KILLEEDY GAA CLUB NOTES
Killeedy GAA branded O’Neills sportswear
In a move to developed a Club shop through O’Neills. Kileedy GAA have been working to build an initial order to kick-start the process.
With kids and adult sizes available, the Killeedy GAA branded items include; shorts, a sky blue jersey, royal blue jersey and a crew neck jumper.
The Shop Killeedy GAA Sportswear brochure is widely distributed on the Killeedy GAA Social Media platforms. If you wish to purchase one or more of the items, please contact Mairead Lynch, Margaret Mullaney or Micheal Barry.
Return to Play /Foireann:
As per health & safety Guidelines all parents of Underage children will have to complete a Health Questionnaire/Declaration online before each training session
Please select the following teams for children born in
Killeedy-Tournafulla Hurling U17 – 2004 & 2005
Killeedy-Tournafulla Hurling U15 – 2006 & 2007
Killeedy-Tournafulla Hurling U13 – 2008 & 2009
Killeedy-Tournafulla Hurling U11 – 2010 & 2011
Killeedy U9 Hurling & Football – 2012 & 2013
Killeedy U7 Hurling & Football – 2014 & 2015
Killeedy U5 Hurling & Football – 2016, 2017 & 2018
With the recent changes to Garda vetting renewal (now every 3 years as a result of changes in the Law )
Our Child Safety officer has flagged that a lot of the GAA vetting is now coming through. Recent applicants are reminded to search your email for “evetting” and complete your final part of application(Step 2 of the application process below). Thanks to all who have sent it on already. Everyone on the field or helping out in any way should also have the Temporary Child Safeguarding 1 complete https://learning.gaa.ie/tempsafeguarding1
E-Vetting application process
Applications are processed as follows:
1. Applicant completes basic information and submits to Limerick Garda Vetting Co Ordinator
2. an email is returned to applicant with a link to complete a full application ( must be completed within 30 days)
3. an email is triggered to adult club Runai informing them that applicant has applied for Garda Vetting
4. once full application is completed its submitted to the Garda vetting Unit
5. Garda vetting unit submits report to the GAA
6. GAA decides on suitability and sends email to applicant and Senior Club Runai
There is a lot of new volunteers in the club, please contact email@example.com or Cecilia 0871214920 if you have any questions in relation to Garda Vetting
Girls wishing to train & play with Bord na nÓg:
Killeedy GAA would like to welcome girls up to the age of 12 to train and play with Bord na nÓg teams. We would also strongly encourage girls to train and play with Killeedy camogie teams. Any girl interested in training with the Bord na nÓg teams should contact the appropriate team co-ordinator.
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club Project:
Help Killeedy GAA & Camogie Club to receive a brand new, state-of-the-art AED / Defibrillator:
The GAA are participating in the Community Heart Program to assist in raising the funds required to enable the placement and upgrade of existing AED’s, or automated external defibrillators, in every Club. What is an AED? An AED is used to help those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. It is a sophisticated, portable, easy to use medical device that can analyse the heart’s rhythm and, if necessary, deliver an electronic shock, or defibrillation, to help the heart re-establish an effective heart rhythm. Please use link to donate. Closing date for fundraising is 11th June 2021.
Killeedy – Limerick | Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (communityheartprogram.com)
#KeepWellKeepWalking – 6 week Walking Initiative with Get Ireland Walking, Sport Ireland, Healthy Ireland and sporting organisation such as GAA has been launched. Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club Project has signed up. Tonight Week 4 – from 8-9pm. All members of the community Welcome, as this initiative is open to everyone, not just GAA and Camogie members.
Download the app https://getirelandwalking.ie/app
Click on Ireland Lights Up. Select Limerick. Select Killeedy GAA and Camogie Healthy Club Project. Book your slot and number of people. Wednesday at 8-9pm until 16th June.
Back on the Field: Supporting players return after lockdown
The past fourteen months have been difficult for many during the COVID-19 pandemic. Huge credit must go to all clubs in supporting your players, members and communities during this time. As our adult players return to the playing field, Cavan GAA Health & Wellbeing Committee hosted t wellbeing webinar with Dr. Paul Gaffney (Clinical Psychologist HSE & Cavan Senior Footballers) and Ciaran Boylan (Assistant Psychologist) on Wednesday 19th May. The aim of this webinar was to help those coaching / working with our adult players to support these players through the current challenges. To watch the recording of this, please follow this link: https://youtu.be/zogbZd2hQfg
Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative
The Expression of interest for DEYLI 2021-2022 is now open. The ideal is that your club take the DEYLI initiative on board and recruit young people to get involved in the programme. We ask clubs to have a minimum of two DEYLI facilitators. Facilitator training is delivered by Foróige and brings you through the running of the programme within your club. The running period for a club tends to be the school year, I have attached some FAQ’s regarding the programme. Kevin Spain a former DEYLI tutor hosted an excellent webinar last week that went through all the details regarding DEYLI. Click HERE to re-watch the webinar. It’s a great initiative and a really good opportunity for that age group to get some valuable skills and a significant qualification. Blánaid will be happy to answer any questions you have on the programme on 01 819 2387.
1. Expression of Interest: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx…
Two articles relating to this year’s DEYLI and the benefits of the programme:
Diversity and inclusion Club Webinar 7- 8.30pm,
Responding to Racism educational Workshop. The agenda will focus on 2 areas:
The educational content combines with governance procedures to guide GAA clubs on matters of best practise in preventative, proactive and responding to racism and discrimination.
This workshop supports the GAA’s long-standing Give Respect, Get Respect program.
Option for training dates are:
Tuesday evening 22nd of June 7-8.30pm
Tuesday evening 20th July 7-8.30pm
Registration form: GAA Responding to Racism Educational Workshop:
Saturday morning youth club:
Children from the age of 3 up to 7yrs enjoying the Saturday morning training sessions.