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Underage Fixtures

Our new underage fixtures post shutdown are now available to view HERE and will be updated on an ongoing basis. The U12s are the first team into action on Saturday July 18th.

 

Donal Brady.

The Club wishes a speedy recovery to Donal, Juvenile Club President and Executive Club Vice-President, after his recent medical operation. We all look forward to seeing you back in Shanbally shortly.

 

Cork GAA Clubs Draw Winner

Congratulations to Kenny Coveney, who won 17th prize in the recent Cork GAA Clubs Draw. Kenny is off on a trip to the Rochestown Park Hotel!

Thanks once again to all who support the club through this draw – a vital source of income.

 

 

Return to training protocol. Update : 22/06/2020

eLearning module : The GAA Covid-19 Advisory Group has created a certified eLearning module which has been developed to facilitate a safe return to Gaelic Games activities.  It contains basic information for Players, Parents/Guardians and Team Personnel on their responsibilities and enables participants to get a Certificate to verify completion to their Club. A printed or smartphone digital copy of the certificate will required to gain entry to first training session  The module will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

This module must be completed prior to anyone entering Club facilities for training sessions/games.

Link for the online eLearning module https://courses.gaa.ie/Covid19ClubEd/#/ 

 

Health Questionnaire : The Health Questionnaire must be completed in hard copy prior to return to training and presented to the relevant Covid Supervisor on entry to the facility at the first training session. Thereafter, it will be the responsibility of the individual to inform the team’s Covid Supervisor of any change in circumstance at
subsequent sessions.

Link for the Medical Questionnaire Covid 19 Revised Medical Questionnaire (1)

Link for the Health Declaration form Health Declaration Form

 

Return to GAA Timeline (19/6/20)

  • Pitches already open for all training. 
  • Both of the 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 (26 Counties). 
  • Coaching numbers for underage teams to be consistent with Code of Behaviour.

From June 29th:

Allow contact training and challenge games for all from Monday, June 29th (26 Counties).

  • We await guidance from the NI Executive in relation to 6 Counties – non-contact training in the numbers outlined above in the interim.
  • 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.

 

Club Covid-19 Supervisor.

The GAA Covid-19 Advisory Group have issued an initial guidance document entitled “Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games”. This document (click to open the following link and again on the GAA Guidelines document on the Website)  Club Covid Supervisor  outlines a set of critical recommendations that would allow a safe resumption of activities within Clubs. One of the main recommendations is a requirement for each Club to appoint a Club Covid Supervisor whilst the pandemic virus is impacting our training and games activities.

It is envisaged that each team in the Club will have a nominated person (Team Covid Officer) with whose main  responsibility will be to ensure adherence to the recommended Covid-19 Sanitisation Protocols after each training session or game.

The main duties of the Club Covid Supervisorwill include;

  1. Facilitate the distribution and collating of players and backroom members Health Questionnaire’s before  training sessions and games. (A copy of the questionnaire is Appendix 1 of the above document link.)
  2. Ensuring sanitising of facilities is completed by each Team Covid Officer before and after each training session or game.
  3. Maintaining records of attendees.

An online Gaelic Games education module will be provided to assist in understanding both the purpose and role of this important function.

The Club would like to receive expressions of interest, before Friday June 19th., from any individuals willing to undertake this task for the next few months.

Please contact any member of the Adult, Ladies or Juvenile Committees if you have an interest in this position