Pallasgreen GAA Club officers are currently reviewing the GAA document setting out terms and requirements for a return to play. Non-contact training may recommence on June 29, subject to the GAA giving a final go ahead, and reinstating player insurance, in groups of 10 with two coaches. However, there are a number of additional requirements and protocols, including completion of a health questionnaire, the presence of a Covid Compliance Officer, players arriving fully togged, amongst others. All buildings must remain closed. Officers from each section of the club will begin to put all of these measures in place, and we will keep all of our members informed of the steps being taken. Unfortunately, in the meantime, and until otherwise notified, no GAA activities can take place. There is no insurance for any injuries. All members are asked to respect the position of the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association as set out in their joint document. We look forward to your support over the coming weeks and months.

As with a lot of Clubs, the early curtailment of the season meant a loss of revenue, from our Club Lotto, Club Limerick Draw & the hire of Astro pitch.

However it has given us an opportunity to upgrade our facilities, regarding pitch maintenance & refurbishment of dressing rooms, meeting room and toilets, which are now near completion. In order to complete outstanding works and keep up with on going maintenance of pitch area, the Club is organising “Pallasgreen GAA’s Virtual Munster Championship Journey”. On Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st of June 2020, we are asking all Club members along with the Community to complete a 5Km walk/run/cycle, and donate on the Go Fund Me Page

We will cover the distance from Pallasgreen to each of the six County grounds in Munster and back over 2 days. That is a total of 1000KM !! Take part & donate.

50% of funds raised will be donated to Milford Hospice.…