The NI Executive this evening announced that from tomorrow (24 July) “spectators will be enabled to attend outdoor competitive games with numbers to be determined by the venue in line with public health advice.” This applies to games in the ‘Six Counties’ only. We must however be mindful that there remains a pandemic in our community […]
The Covid Health Questionnaire each person participating in Gaelic Games must complete prior to the first occasion that they return to their club is now available. Forms can be accessed by visiting the URL https://returntoplay.gaa.ie. Each person participating in Gaelic Games must also re-confirm that their Health Status hasn’t changed on each subsequent occasion that they […]
The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association have announced the launch of an eLearning module to inform club volunteers on the guidelines for the safe return to Gaelic Games. The eLearning module has been prepared for Covid Supervisors/Club Officers, Players/Team Personnel, and the Parents/Guardians of Underage Players. Anyone attending training sessions or games in Club facilities must also […]
Watch the Club Education webinar detailing the Covid 19: Safe Return to Gaelic Games guidelines. Armagh GAA strongly advise club officers, committee members, covid supervisors, coaches/team personnel, players, parents/guardians, club members and volunteers watch the webinar. The webinar explains the key roles and responsibilities within each club, and addresses common questions.
On June 12, the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association published updates to its document entitled ‘Covid-19 Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games’ which was originally published on June 5.
The GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have today published a plan for a safe return to Gaelic games for the three organisations. The plan (attached) is the work of a specially appointed Advisory Committee, which included representatives of all three bodies, the GPA and a number of medical experts (see below for committee […]
Wednesday 6 May 2020 The GAA notes and welcomes the plans published by the government last Friday and some of the dates included relating to the possible return of sporting activity, including Gaelic games. The Association will attempt to seek clarity around some of the issues that have arisen in internal discussions since last Friday […]
Sport NI, in partnership with the Department for Communities, has launched a Sports Hardship Fund to deliver immediate funding to those most in need. It’s specifically targeted at sports clubs, and other organisations in the six counties delivering sporting activities, who are experiencing immediate financial hardship. The types of organisations eligible include governing bodies of […]
At tonight’s Ulster CCC meeting, held via teleconference, the following decisions were taken in relation to Ulster GAA fixtures. These difficult decisions were taken in an effort to create more space in a tightening calendar, to allow our counties to make contingency plans for their respective club competitions. 2020 Ulster GAA Club Football Leagues – have […]
The GAA acknowledges last weekend’s Government announcement of the extension of current restrictions until May 5th and its impact on the scheduling of sporting events and working practices, and has factored the extension of the arrangements into its contingency planning. To that end, the Association can confirm that club activity remains suspended until May 5th. […]