Return to play information
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We are delighted to welcome the reopening of our club activities and return to training from this weekend.  The last few months have been difficult for everyone however it’s great that we are in a position to get doing the things we enjoy most again. The club has a robust plan in place to ensure the safety of everyone who attends training in the coming weeks. New protocols need to be adapted in line with guidelines published by the GAA. These guidelines are set out below and you will also receive information from your coaches outlining the steps that need to be followed in order for you to resume training. Our plan is to start with everyone from U 12’s up to and including senior players for both Ladies and Men. We will monitor the situation closely over the coming weeks and decide on an appropriate time to recommence training for U6, U 8’s and U 10’s. Below is a step by step quick guide on what needs to be completed prior to your return or your child’s return to training


*** Please note that each step below must be completed for the health & safety of everyone ***


1. COVID 19: Guidelines on safe return to Gaelic games must be read.


https://learning.gaa.ie/covid19


2. E-Learning module

At the end of this module, you will gain a certificate of completion which must be shown/given to the COVID supervisor prior to returning to training.


https://learning.gaa.ie/covid19learning


This module must be completed by:

• Players, parents/guardians (of all underage players)

• COVID Supervisors

• Managers & Coaches


3. Complete Healthcare Questionnaire


https://returntoplay.gaa.ie


Using the same online system, players, parents/guardians (of underage players) & team personnel will be required to declare before each training session/game that their health status has not changed.


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