Here’s some downloads that may be of use to mentors.
Any mentor who manages underage teams should be familiar with the GAA’s Code of Behaviour. A full copy can be downloaded here: GAA Code of Behaviour (Underage)
If a visiting team is playing on PNU2, we recommend that you let them know in advance they will be playing on a synthetic surface. There’s also a useful flyer you can send on to them to advise them of the acceptable footwear.
PDF Handout for Visiting Teams Playing on PNU2
JPEG version of Handout for Visiting Teams Playing on PNU2
The GAA have issued social media policy and guidelines. This is appropriate for all mentors who manage a social media account for a team, or if they communicate with team members using messaging apps such as WhatsApp. This can be found here
The central county committee have published this years regulations for Adult games. You can read them here
They have also published the Fixture plan for adult club games, a copy of which is available here
You can use the following word template for team sheets .
If you prefer to use excel, here it is in excel format.
GAA Official Guide, 2019
The GAA have produced their official guide 2019, which includes the constitution, and full rules of both Hurling and Football. It is published in two parts.
GAA Injury Benefit Fund
Please note the GAA Injury benefit fund had changes applied in December 2019. Full notice from the GAA is here
If you’re planning a trip, the club guidelines along with a template for consent forms is available at this page
On Saturday, 23 April 2022, Senior Footballer Dr Brendan Egan gave a talk to juvenile players and parents on the importance of Nutrition. Dr Egan is Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Physiology, and Deputy Head of School, in the School of Health and Human Performance at Dublin City University. A recording of the talk can be viewed here