The GAA has issued a document called “Covid-19: Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games”. This document outlines the responsibilities on all parties; The Club Executive, Mentors, Players and Parents and Guardians. Each and every one of us has a part to play. If we all work together, we can look forward to getting back to playing Gaelic games safely when restrictions are eased.
The document can be downloaded here. In the event of a new version being made available, we will ensure the link above refers to the latest available version. We request all players, mentors and parents/guardians to familiarise themselves with this document.
Páirc Gairinis remains closed for training due to Civid19 restrictions. The GAA Issued a statements in early January, which stated:
“Given the current exceptional rise in infection rates of Covid 19 and the increased risk of community transmission, the GAA has taken the decision that there will be no collective training permitted for inter-county teams for at least the remainder of the month of January. In addition, Club and County gyms must stay closed until further notice. As previously advised, and under the current Government Regulations in both jurisdictions, neither training nor games are permitted at club level currently.”
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Dealing with Positive or Suspected Cases
Control Measures for Club Meeting Rooms