Child Protection Update

Thanks to everyone who attended the child protection update. Just one of the many things that goes on behind the scenes. Thanks to Ashleen McCaul from Derry GAA for presenting the course.

The club is commited to setting the best standards from all our selfless volunteers, through support with training and education, and having processes in place as required by law, and in line with guidance from Ulster GAA.

This ensures the best and safest possible environment for our young people to flourish and develop to be the best they can be.

If you are a volunteer or coach and your training needs updated let the coaching officer know and we can arrange further learning opportunities.

The futures bright…..

Thanks to Joanne Murphy

We would like to extend our thanks to Joanne Murphy for running  a really professional and relevant first aid and AED course. We learned so much, and it has highlighted the importance of having trained first aiders in the club and community.

First Aid Refresher Course

There will be a first aid course in the Gaelic Centre on May 27th starting @ 9am.

This is part of the clubs drive to promote education on health and wellbeing in the local community. It should be of particular interest to coaches and managers, as well as those that work in manual jobs, with potential for accidents.

Contact Pamela on 07776083693

Social Initiative Programme 

Social Initiative Programme for older members. Trip to Croke Park, including a visit to the G.A.A museum. Lunch and bus 25.00 per head. This trip is subsidised. For further information contact any committee member.

Social Iniative Programme

Social Initiative Programme for older members. Trip to Croke Park including a visit to the G.A.A museum. Lunch and bus £25.00. This trip is subsidised. For further information contact any committee member.