Irish Sports Council

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Irish Sports Council
ISC
Sport Development of Sport in the Ireland
Founded 1999
Chairman John Treacy
Secretary Alan O'Hare
Official website
www.irishsportscouncil.ie
Republic of Ireland

The Irish Sports Council or ISC (Irish: Comhairle Spóirt na hÉireann) is the organisation which directs the development of sport within the Ireland.[1]

The ISC is a statutory authority and was established in July 1999 under powers provided by the Irish Sports Council Act. Its remit is to plan, lead and co-ordinate the sustainable development of competitive and recreational sport in Ireland.

The ISC comprises eight major divisions including: the Anti-Doping Unit; Corporate Services, Finance, High Performance; Local Sports Partnerships; National Governing Bodies; National Trails Office and the Irish Institute of Sport.

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  1. ^ ""Irish Sport Council - Supporting Irish Sport"". Irish Sport Council. Retrieved 16 November 2008. 

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