Code of Behaviour & Best Practice

The Gaelic Athletic Association is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all young people who wish to participate in our games and activities. We shall take all practicable steps to protect them from discernable forms of abuse, from harm, discrimination or degrading treatment and shall respect their rights, wishes and feelings.

For detailed information, please visit the Child Welfare & Protection website.

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On a very cold Thursday night our U/16 lads took on St Laurences (Kildare) in a challenge match.We had a great panel of players over 20 in total on the night, with all of them having a part to play in the 60min of football.
Under the watchful eye of Enda and Bernard they certainly didn't let them down.A big thank you to our very own Mick Kealy who did a great job refereeing.We were narrowly beaten but after all it's only mid February and one training session under our belt.
Well done all !!!!!

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Tonight kicked off the season for U/12 and U/14 girls.It was cold and miserable but a great crowd of girls turned out.We had a tough but very enjoyable session.
Thanks to Davy and Declan for mentoring the girls.Looking forward to a successful year wearing the blue and yellow jersey.