Community Key Sports

Following on from the "Isle of Man Sport & Recreation Strategy 2002-2012" Isle of Man Sport offered the Island's Governing Bodies of Sport to apply for CKS (Community Key Sport) status. Each sport was asked to complete a comprehensive questionnaire showing that they had a strong development structure in place, or have the potential to develop such an infrastructure and have an appeal to young people.

 

Once selected the sports were required to establish a Development Group which would identify the structure for development of the sport across the Island; identify their strengths and weaknesses and prepare action plans and identify responsibilities. If they were able to identify funding sources, Sports Council agreed to help them with a grant to employ a Sports Specific Development Officer for their sport.

Isle of Man Sport are actively seeking sponsors to assist these invaluable roles.


The Community Sports that have been selected are:


Athletics

Part Time Development Officer - Vaccant Position

Badminton

Part time Development Officer - Josh Green (Tel: 651572)

Cricket

Full time Development Coach - Greig Wright

Football

Full time Men's Development Officer - Lewis Qualtrough

Full time Girls & Womens Development Officer - Amy Beggs-Cairney

Golf

Part time Development Officer - Melanie Jansen

Hockey

Part time Development Officer - Josh Green (Tel: 651572)

Netball

Part-time Development Officer - Rachel Andrews

Rugby

Full time Development Officer - Chris Brannigan

Swimming

Part Time Development Office - Angela Katz


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News

24, July 2018

Isle of Man Sport Needs You!

Isle of Man Sport is recruiting for voluntary members to serve on the Isle of Man Sport Committee for a four year period commencing October 2018.



26, April 2018

Commonwealth silver medallist ..

An informal homecoming reception will be held this evening (Thursday, 26 April) at the National Sports Centre to congratulate Manxman Tim Kneale on his recent silver medal win at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.