Our club grounds will be re-opening for training, matches etc from Wednesday 24th June for adults and from Saturday 27th June for youths (Under 18). While this is great news, there are a lot of hurdles to be addressed over the coming days and weeks so that we can ensure that all our members can return to training and playing matches in as safe an environment as we can possibly provide.
We will be following the guidance as laid out by the GAA nationally. This guidance is constantly being updated so the latest info available along with our own club specific plans regarding pitch re-opening, procedures around attending training / matches etc. will be uploaded here.
GAA Covid 19 E-Learning Module
A Covid-19 Club Education eLearning module for Gaelic Games is now available. Participants will be able to gain a certificate of completion which they can present to the relevant Covid Supervisor in their Club as per the return to activity Guidelines. The module should be completed by anyone entering club facilities especially players, team personnel, parents / guardians & supporters. You can access the GAA E-Learning Module by clicking here.
Guidelines for Parents / Guardians
The GAA have published a short 4 page document outlining guidelines for parents / guardians around the safe return to club activity. You can access these guidelines by clicking here.
2020 Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camps
In view of the current COVID-19 pandemic, please note that the safety of our playing members and club coaches is of the utmost importance to us. With this in mind we are currently evaluating the risks associated with hosting a Cúl Camp on our grounds. We should be in a position to confirm if it is going ahead or not within the next couple of days.
Return to Play Health Questionnaire
In addition, one of the key control measures that has been put in place as part of a Safe Return to Gaelic Games is a Health Questionnaire.
- Adult players, parents/guardians of underage players and team personnel will be required to complete the online Health Questionnaire once prior to their return to GAA Activities.
- Using the same system, Adult players, parents/guardians of underage players and team personnel will be required to declare, before each training session/game, that their health status has not changed. The online system for the Health Questionnaire will go live tomorrow, June 23rd and this is the only system that should be used.
You can access the online health questionnaire by clicking here. The GAA have also put together a short video explaining how you complete the questionnaire which you can watch below.