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Key Messages for Parents/Guardians and Players    This information applies to Adult Players and Parents/Guardians of Underage Players (i.e. Minors and below)

Parents/Guardians and Players must complete the online education module.

Parents/Guardians and Players shall ensure compliance with COVID-19 guidelines for their own health and safety and that of their team colleagues.
Parents/Guardians are responsible for dropping underage players to, and collecting underage players from, training sessions or games.
All Players are required to travel separately, exception for family members.
For drop off and collection, the principle of “get in, train and get out” will apply.  Training times will be clearly identified.
Prior to commencing training, parents/guardians and players must complete the self-administered standard risk assessment health questionnaire.  (“Health Questionnaire” – this will be covered in the Gaelic Games online education module).
This self-administered questionnaire will need to be completed only once, prior to initial return to training.
Before each training session and match, adult players and parents/guardians of underage players must sign declaration that health status has not changed
Do not attend training or matches if any of the following symptoms are present:
Temperature over 37.5°C
Sore throat
General weakness
Shortness of breath
Change on taste or smell
All Players are required to change at home, including any strapping to be applied.
There will be no dressing rooms open, therefore no showers.
No sharing of drinking bottles, all players must bring their own individual and clearly labelled water bottles.
All Parents/Guardians and Players must abide by the instructions of the Club Covid Supervisors

Seniors    The senior team resumed training on our pitch in Killeen on Thursday evening last and players and management are all delighted to be back after the long lay off. They now have a month to prepare for the Intermediate Championship which kicks off on Sat/Sun July 25/26 so it’s full steam ahead for everybody involved. We wish them the best of luck for the rest of the season.

U14    The U14 squad were back training on Sunday evening in big numbers under the guidance of J.J. and Tomás. This very enthusiastic group of players were very excited to be back after such a long break and really enjoyed interacting with their friends again.   The next training session for this group of players is on Wednesday evening from 6pm to 7.20pm. Players and mentors would like to wish Daragh Morris who has a hand injury at the moment a speedy recovery.

U10    After months of pitch closures Sunday morning marked a return to training for our U10’s. Over thirty boys donned their green and white colours and were over the moon to be back in action again. The main focus was on practising the basic skills and you could see how much these young lads were enjoying themselves. Training continues on Thursday evenings from 6pm to 7.15pm.

National League    The National Football League will resume on the weekend of October 17th/18th with Kerry playing Monaghan away  and Kerry playing Donegal at home the following weekend.

All Ireland Finals    The All Ireland Hurling and football fFinals have been fixed for Saturday, December 13th and Sunday, 19th respectively. The Munster Final is scheduled for Sunday, November 22nd and the Munster Champions will face the Connacht winners.

Na Gaeil Volunteers    The demand for this service has reduced since the restrictions on shopping for the elderly have been lifted but Na Gaeil volunteers are still available to help. So do not hesitate to contact us

Clubhouse    The clubhouse and the gym will be closed until there is further clarification from GAA Headquarters as to when they can re-open. This means that our Monday night bingo, Tuesday night lotto and Wednesday night card playing are suspended until then as well as all other activities that normally took place there on a weekly basis.

Clothes Collection    There is now a Clothes Collection Bin situated in Na Gaeil car park for use by all members of the public.

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