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Saturday May 30, 2020
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May edition of the GAA's Club Newsletter

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Click on the link to access the MAY 2020 edition of the GAA CLUB NEWSLETTER. MAY 2020 - GAA CLUB NEWSLETTER

This month’s edition includes important information on:

  • -   Landmark Gaelic Games survey launched
  • -   Impact of our volunteers in the community during Covid 19
  • -   Irish Life Healthy Clubs Challenge
  • -   #GAAPrimary challenges thriving
  • -   Online workshops and webinars attracting significant interest
  • -   Coach education survey launched

Moynalvey GFC 4 Ball Buster Lotto will resume Monday 1st June!!

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Lotto ResumptionMoynalvey GFC 4 Ball Buster Lotto will resume next Monday 1st June!!

Firstly, all outstanding draws for Standing Orders/Online Players/Yearly players from 27th March to present will take over the Next Week as follows:


Gaelic games coaching survey

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The biggest ever coaching survey conducted in Irish sport will see the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association join forces to help shape the future development of Gaelic games.

Over the next three weeks, coaches at every level of football, hurling and camogie are being encouraged and urged to make their voices heard via the online survey. The Gaelic games Coach Survey 2020 is a unique opportunity for coaches to provide an insight into their role, and their needs. It is the first time that such an approach has been taken across the entire Gaelic games community. 

Targeting more than 10,000 responses, it makes it one of the most comprehensive coaching studies ever undertaken.


Meath Local Sports Partnership - Covid-19 Activity Update

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As the Coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions continue, our aim in Meath Local Sports Partnership is to continue supporting responsible sport and physical activity participation while minimising the spread of COVID-19 and adhering to the most recent guidelines from the HSE on social distancing and outdoor activities.

We understand the challenges which this request presents to both our mental and physical health. Keeping active not only has physical benefits but plays a huge role in maintaining good positive mental health.

We have developed a wide range of activities & games which will suit all ages and abilities. There really is something there for everyone!


Kelloggs - giving you the chance to WIN cash for our GAA club

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We are giving you the chance to WIN cash for your GAA club.

There are three cash prizes to be won of €25,000, €10,000 and €5,000.

All you have to do to nominate your club is buy a promotional pack of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies or Bran Flakes. Then, select your club using your unique on pack code above.



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Following the decision of the GAA management committee to suspend all GAA playing and training activity with effect from 13th March 2020,
The GAA Injury Benefit Fund cover has been suspended from this date and will continue to be so until such time that playing and training activity are sanctioned for return and can resume.
This period of closure has now been extended until July 20th.


Mental Health Resources - during COVID-19

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It is important that during these times we look after ourselves and in particular our mental health. It is normal to feel overwhelmed, stressed and confused during a crisis so making sure that we take some time to support our mental health is now more important than ever. This week we developed a resource outlining a few tips for looking after your mental health, this has been attached to this email and is also available to access here; .


Advice for online training sessions

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Please find attached two documents relating to the safe and secure staging of on-line training sessions for our players and teams.

The first document provides guidelines around organising these sessions, explaining safeguards that must be taken.

The second is a guide to using ‘Microsoft Teams’, an online collaborative tool which is available to holders of official GAA email addresses and can be used to organise club activities with members 

This information should be shared with anyone organising this type of training within your club/county.


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