Sport plays a vital role in a child's development, building confidence, resilience and physical health.

Our challenge in coaching underage sport is to do what's best for each individual child, taking into account their workload across all sports, clubs and school, their biological development and their mental and general wellbeing. After all, if they're not enjoying the game, will they continue playing?

SURPASSPORT uniquely combines sports science and best practice for modern, child-centred coaching, aiming to help keep more kids playing through their teens, building stronger adult teams and building habits for an active life.

Used by

  • Naas GAA

    Coordinating Juvenile Hurling team availability and attendance.

  • Cumann na mBunscoil, Kildare

    Management of primary school leagues

  • Basketball Ireland

    Tracking workload and more for the Irish Juvenile International squads.

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SURPASSPORT goes beyond efficient communications and scheduling, securely sharing data between parents, teachers and coaches to inform training, match preparation and player development.

  • Workload Scoring

    Realtime insight into each player's workload across all teams and scored to indicate consistency and associated risks of own injury.

  • Medical Notes

    Parents indicate medical concerns to authorised coaches, highlighted on team sheets, even when the child plays for another team.

  • Monitoring Fun

    After each activity completes, every participant is asked how they enjoyed the event, keeping conversations around fun, the only reason we play sport.

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Some are ready to eat now. Some tomorrow. And some need a few days longer. One thing you are assured of, each of the bananas will ripen, given a little patience.

Children also develop at their own pace. Any group of boys aged 12 years will clearly demonstrate a 5 year spread in their maturation, visible in height and muscle structure.