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Tuesday October 20, 2020
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Updated Covid-19 Communication - 7th October 2020

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Following confirmation that all 26 Counties will move to Level 3 of the Irish Government’s Plan for Living with Covid 19, the GAA’s Covid Advisory group has issued the following key updates for those involved in Gaelic Games in the 26 Counties. The Executive in the North is due to meet later this week and it is anticipated that further restrictions may be imposed due to the rising infection levels in the six counties.

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September edition of the GAA's Club Newsletter

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

This month’s edition includes important information on:

  • -   The success of the 2020 Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps.
  • -   The Calendar Review Tasforce's work on split season recommendation.
  • -   How Samaritans Ireland and the GAA are working together to prevent suicide.
  • -   The GAA's planned tributes to the Croke Park Bloody Sunday victims.
  • -   How the Global Games Development Fund has helped 450 projects in six years.
 

August Edition of the GAA's Club Newsletter

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

This month’s edition includes important information on:

  • -   The initial results from the Gaelic Games Coach Survey
  • -   The GAA Museum's plans to commemorate Bloody Sunday 100 years on
    -   The Club Leadership Development Programme
    -   How Montreal Shamrocks GAC have welcomed the LGBTQI+ community with open arms
    -   Oola GAC's highly succesful Gaelic for Mothers and Others initiative
 

Covid Advisory Group – Updated advice on attendance at underage games 26 August 2020

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Please see below the latest update from the GAA's Covid Advisory Group. It relates to a Government requirement to ensure that all parents attending underage activity complete a Health Questionnaire in addition to that completed by their child. This applies with immediate effect in the 26 counties. 

Covid Advisory Group – Updated advice on attendance at underage games - 26 August 2020

The GAA’s Covid Advisory committee have issued updated guidance to all clubs in relation to attendance at underage games. This advice is based on updated guidelines issued on behalf of the Government by Sport Ireland:

Clubs should note that:

• No more than 1 designated individual should attend a training session or game per child/family/group of children.

• The GAA Health Questionnaires MUST be completed by parents/guardians in advance of attendance.

• Overall numbers should be kept to a minimum and in line with the space available in the venue/facility.

Parents are NOT permitted to be in attendance at adult games where their child (U18) is participating.
However, provision can be made to allow an adult to be in close proximity (e.g. in the car park etc) in case medical or other emergency needs require their presence.
It has also been clarified that a parent/guardian attending an underage game in these circumstances shall not be subject to vetting as they are only the supervisor in a guardianship role for their own child and not any other child on the team.

 

Updated guidelines from the GAA Covid Advisory Group

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The relevant updated Government advice on Sport, issued on Tuesday August 18th 2020, is as follows:

“Sporting events and matches can continue to take place but behind closed doors with:

  • -   strict avoidance of gatherings, including social gatherings, before or after events
  • -   strict adherence to 2 metre physical distancing before and after events, during breaks in play, on the sidelines and avoidance of team huddles
  • -   limits of 15 apply to groups outside including training sessions (with exception of elite/professional sports and horseracing). There should be no mixing between groups”

The additional implications of the above for Gaelic Games are as follows:

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July edition of the GAA's Club Newsletter

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

This month’s edition includes important information on:

  • -   Covid Education Resources for Gaelic Games attract record views
  • -   GAA Clubs take part in Irish Life Healthy Clubs Steps Challenge
  • -   Guidelines for GAA clubs/units undertaking development work during the Covid 19 crisis
  • -   GAA Playing Rules update
 

NHSC Guidelines on return of spectators to GAA Club Games

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*  Spectators should be aware that all the risks posed from Covid-19 cannot be eliminated, including attending GAA games but that essential control measures have been put in place to reduce risks for members.

*  Spectators must not attend games if they display any symptoms of Covid-19 and instead should phone their GP and follow public health advice

*  Individuals that are considered high risk or are in close contact with others who are considered high risk should not attend games (click here)

*  Individuals must be informed that much of the responsibility for managing Covid-19 risk remains with themselves particularly in relation to social distancing, wearing of face coverings and sanitation

*  All spectators should be encouraged to bring their own hand sanitiser

*  The use of face coverings is strongly advised for all patrons over the age of 13

*  Spectators must not enter the field of play at any time including pre-match, at half-time and other intervals and after the final whistle or at end-of-match presentations

*  Spectators should be advised to keep their own record of contacts at a match for potential tracing purposes

*  All spectators should be encouraged to download the HSE tracing app (click here)

Capacity:

*  A maximum gathering of 200 persons is permitted in the 26 Counties. This will therefore restrict the total capacity at GAA grounds to 200 until further notice

*  The figure of 200 includes all present at the ground, including staff, volunteers, players, backroom staff, media, contractors, and spectators of all ages

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Summary of GAA Playing Rule Changes | July 2020

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Please find attached a summary of the GAA playing rule changes introduced in 2020 covering the following;

  1. Kick-out Rule
  2. The Mark (Kick-out & Advance)
  3. The Sin Bin
  4. Role of the Sideline Official

The 2020 GAA Official Guides can be found at the following link;https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/rules-regulations/ 

2020 GAA PLAYING RULE CHANGES

 

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