MUNGRET ST. PAUL’S GAA CLUB NOTES
As part of the Limerick COVID-19 Community Response, we have a team of volunteers ready to assist vulnerable people in our community. Please call the dedicated helpline –
1800 832 005
– if you are in need of any assistance. We are here to help so please just ask. Please stay safe.
Mungret St. Pauls hope all our members and their families are keeping healthy and coping well in these current challenging times.
Our primary concern is the health and well-being of all our members, volunteers and those from the community. In light of the latest government restrictions, Limerick County Board have informed us that the Club Grounds must be closed, and nobody is to enter for any reason, even on their own. This position has been adopted to limit community transmission of the Coronavirus and in order to protect vulnerable people in our community. We would ask all club members, young and old, to respect the closure for the duration of the current restrictions. The sooner everyone adheres to the HSE guidelines the quicker we can get back playing GAA.
We urge all our members and their families to please follow all the protocol that is being asked of you. Please be responsible, cough into your arm, wash your hands properly, avoid close contact with people, avoid crowded places, especially indoors. Follow HSE advice, stay at home and ring your doctor if you think you have the virus to help stop the spread of whatever infection you may have. Only leave your house if it is a necessary journey and keep to a 2K distance for excercise.
The LIT Gaelic Grounds has been announced as becoming a test centre. These centres are by appointment only. Do not go to a test centre without an appointment – you will not be seen.
Club Lotto draws are suspended until further notice. For people playing online and for those that have paid in advance, your entries will carry forward and still be valid for the next draw.
CASH FOR CLOBBER
We are still collecting items for our cash for clobber, while you are stuck in your house why not ‘Spring Clean’ your wardrobes and hot presses. When restrictions are removed, bags can be left under the canopy at the back of the club house.
The club would like to wish continued good health to all members and the wider community. Please adhere to HSE guidelines and show consideration to those around you. We look forward to a return to regular action, whenever this may be. All the information you need is on the HSE website.