These changes were subsequently endorsed by the GAA, the Camogie Association and the LGFA.
* Open pitches for Adult training next Wednesday, June 24th.
* above on a non-contact basis and on the understanding that players and all participants have completed the eLearning module and are following the control measures in place (health questionnaire etc).
* On the basis of a maximum of 15 players in a designated area of the field
Allow contact training and challenge games for all from Monday, June 29th
* We also await clarification on what will constitute a close contact versus a casual contact.
* Restriction on participants-only attending training sessions to be relaxed from June 29th – subject to government specified maximum of 200 people in the ground.
* Allow Club Fixtures from Friday July 17th.
* No change to inter-county dates (Sept 14th for training; competitions to start on Oct 17th as planned).
* All control measures for players, coaches and other team personnel (completion of health questionnaire, eLearning education etc) is to remain in place until advised otherwise; dressing rooms to remain closed until July 20th
* The Advisory Committee is considering the position in relation to other GAA buildings (such as Club bars that are serving food, Gyms, Handball alleys etc). Guidance will be provided in this context before June 29th.
Link for update GAA roadmap for safe return to play
Link for Webinar on Safe return to play
Link for E-Learning Module - to be completed by all
Certificate can be emailed to secretary when completed (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Link for guidance on Health questionaire:
Return to play online will be available from tomorrow 23rd June 2020
Any queries or worries please do not hesitate to contact an officer of the club
you can email secretary Jean O'Connor on email@example.com
or contact any Club officer.