On this page, you will find some of the correspondences that we have received in relation to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. You will also see a number of documents pertaining to our imminent return to play.
The page will be updated frequently and content will be “top down”, with the latest information and any other supporting files or collateral highest on the page.
In the first section, you will see a list of Club Members who have volunteered to be COVID-19 Supervisors. You may contact them if you have queries about your playing group.
Naturally, there are multiple new criteria to which we must adhere in order that we may return to training and games. Information relating to these criteria is available below the list of COVID-19 Supervisors.
Please take a moment to review and to familiarise yourself with all of the information contained on this page. Please also be advised that this is a constantly evolving situation and that any documents contained herein are liable to change at short notice.
If you need further clarification or assistance, you may leave a message via the contact form at the bottom of the page. A member of the team will contact you by return mail, or by telephone.
COVID-19 Supervisors and their associated teams/groups are listed here
Senior Men - Football
087 249 1990
Senior Men - Football Group 2
087 285 6749
087 240 6144
086 822 8635
U14 Ladies Football (2)
087 907 5927
087 262 1550
U12 Boys Football & Hurling
087 232 0692
U10 Ladies Football
U9 Ladies Football
087 989 5457
Under 7 Nursery Hurling
086 604 9693
086 339 3941
087 166 9083
U16 Boys Football
085 174 0338
U14 Boys Football
086 822 8635
U14 Ladies Football (3)
086 231 4015
U12 Ladies Football
086 028 6779
U11 Ladies Football
086 881 6386
U10 Ladies Football (2)
083 142 9278
Under 9 Boys Football & Hurling
086 363 0878
Under 6 Football & Hurling
086 837 1705
Senior Ladies Football
087 258 8379
Junior/Minor Ladies Football
086 850 0670
U16 Ladies Football
087 820 1581
086 822 8635
Under 14 Camogie
087 262 1550
U11 Boys Football
086 823 2567
U11 Ladies Football (2)
087 990 0553
086 044 9120
U8 Boys Football & Hurling
087 906 6430
Nursery Under 5
087 262 9952
086 812 1456
U17 Boys - Minor Football
087 240 6144
U15 Boys Football
086 822 1537
U14 Ladies Football
086 809 9125
U13 Boys Football & Hurling
086 044 9120
087 419 2400
U11 Ladies Football (3)
087 969 8359
U10 Boys Football & Hurling
087 988 1386
Under 7 Nursery Football
087 798 7091
Nursery - Tots
087 262 9952
COVID-19 Updated Documents for Return to Play
June 24, 2020
The documents in this section are a high-level review of the roles and responsibilities for all members so that we may facilitate a safe and efficient return to play.
We are very much looking forward to returning to Club activities. Please familiarise yourself with these documents in order that everyone understands their roles and responsibilities as we resume.
COVID-19 Health Questionnaire Released Today
June 23, 2020
The Covid Health Questionnaire is now available. Each person participating in Gaelic Games must complete this questionnaire prior to the first occasion that they return to the Club.
Forms can be accessed by visiting the URL https://returntoplay.gaa.ie.
Each person participating in Gaelic Games must also re-confirm that their Health Status hasn’t changed on each subsequent occasion that they participate.
Parents/Guardians can submit forms on behalf of their dependents and forms can also be submitted on behalf of persons who may struggle with completing the electronic form themselves.
COVID Supervisors in clubs can verify that individual members of their teams/panels have submitted forms and are permitted to participate.
They do not have access to view the specific information provided via the Health Questionnaire, they will simply be able to see that the questionnaire has been submitted. Personal Information contained on the Health Questionnaires is stored for a maximum period of three weeks.
Go HERE for information on how to fill out the Covid Health Questionnaire.
All Covid Supervisors/Club Officers, Players/Team Personnel, and the Parents/Guardians of Underage Players must also complete the GAA’s Covid-19 Club Education eLearning Module.
Go HERE to access the GAA’s Covid-19 Club Education eLearning Module.
Both of these elements must be completed prior to your return to Club activity.
COVID-19 Club Education eLearning Module launched for Gaelic Games
June 19, 2020
The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association have announced the launch of an eLearning module to inform club volunteers on the guidelines for the safe return to Gaelic Games.
The eLearning module has been prepared for Covid Supervisors/Club Officers, Players/Team Personnel, and the Parents/Guardians of Underage Players. Anyone attending training sessions or games in Club facilities must also take the module to gain an understanding of the Safe Return Guidelines.
The module takes 20-minutes to complete and can be accessed anytime via any PC, mobile or tablet device. Those who pass a simple quiz will be able to gain a Certificate which they can print or take a screenshot of to show the Covid Supervisor for their team before their initial return to Club activity, e.g. a training session or game.
Any major changes to the content of the module will be made as soon as possible after policy updates are confirmed and such updates will also be highlighted in the latest updates section of the Covid-19 Education page on the GAA Learning Portal.
The recent Club Briefing Webinar and other resources such as posters/FAQ lists etc. are also available.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Return to Play Guidelines – June 15, 2020
We are very excited at the prospect of a return to play in the near future. Currently, it is planned that we will return to non contact training in the week beginning June 29, 2020.
In the week commencing July 20, we will be allowed to have full contact sessions in preparation for games and competitions that will be scheduled in late July, early August and beyond.
We look forward to welcoming all players, mentors, parents and friends back to the Club’s facilities soon.
Each team within the Club will need to appoint a COVID-19 Supervisor. As outlined elsewhere, this role and its associated responsibilities is currently under review by GAA HQ. However, some of the possible roles for this person are outlined below:
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Press Release and Return to Play Guidelines – June 2020
We have received correspondence and content from the GAA, An Cumann Camógaíochta and the LGFA.
A copy of a Joint Media Release and a document presenting the guidelines for a safe return to play are presented here. You are urged to take the time to familiarise yourself with these documents.
The current target date for the opening of GAA grounds and a return to limited activity under strict guidelines remains as June 29, 2020.
Media Release from Meath GAA on return to play – June 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Update from GAA
We have received the following message by email from the GAA. We ask you to give it your full attention.
Additionally, we have added the latest messaging from the HSE covering guidelines around volunteering referenced in this communication.
I wish to draw your attention again to our previously issued guidance document of March 20th.
We advised you that, until March 29th, games and training were suspended, club gyms were to close, and Player Injury Fund cover was suspended.
We subsequently instructed that club bars should also close for the period.
Please be advised that, in line with recent government announcements, these measures and closures are now extended to Sunday April 19 inclusive, at which stage arrangements will be reviewed.
In addition, we are now instructing GAA Clubs to close their facilities completely.
This is to include the use of all pitches and property for recreational purposes, including walking, casual games or gatherings.
Where it is not possible to restrict access please erect signage to the effect that all GAA facilities are closed and all activity suspended.
In order to facilitate an orderly resumption of activities when circumstances permit, Clubs are encouraged to proceed as normal with their membership registration process where practical. Clubs of course should be mindful of the possible changed financial circumstances of members.
Similarly, club lottos may proceed if they are run on an online basis and do not involve wholesale engagement with the public.
Clubs are also advised to refrain from undertaking new capital projects while support funding for this type of work is suspended.
As a national / international organisation, we have a part to play in emphasising the need to practice social distancing, as outlined by the authorities.
It is imperative that we exercise extreme caution keeping two metres between people when taking physical exercise while encouraging people to consider using off-peak times when they are less likely to meet others.
Attached is the latest messaging from the HSE covering guidelines around volunteering which we advise our clubs to consider as they involve themselves in community-based volunteer efforts.
Individual volunteers are asked to register with Volunteer Ireland (26 Counties) and Volunteer Now (Six Counties).
We would like to thank everyone who has helped the GAA adhere to government guidelines up to this point.
We would also like to assure you that we, and the wider GAA team across our counties and provinces, are working hard to ensure that we are in the best possible position to return to our games when that time comes.
In the meantime, please stay safe, look out for one another and continue to adhere to the instructions of the Government and the Health Authorities at this most challenging time.
Go raibh maith agaibh,
Tomás Ó Riain Seán Ó hÓráin
Ard Stiúrthóir Uachtarán
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Community Update
We have today taken the decision to close all of our facilities with immediate effect.
This includes our meeting areas, rooms, hall, gymnasium and Club Bar.
We are also aware of the potential hardship the challenges of the COVID-19 situation present for many vulnerable people in our community.
We have set up a small volunteer group to provide assistance as required to our elderly or those who are isolated at this time. People can contact us if they need deliveries of food, fuel or other necessities such as medical prescriptions during this period.
If there are people living outside the area concerned for loved ones in the area please let us know and we will endeavour to check in as appropriate, and within HSE guidelines.
You can contact us on –
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mobile: (087) 285 6749
- Facebook: DunboyneGAA (Private Message)
All requests will be treated in confidence.
Important Notice – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Please note that St Peter’s GAA Club will continue to follow all advice from the HSE / State and the GAA regarding COVID-19 as appropriate.
All club activities are now suspended until further notice.
We appreciate your understanding and patience at this time.
For further information and advice, please refer to the HSE website – www.hse.ie