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  • Sat 28 Feb 2015
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 4 2015
    London vs. Longford Ruislip
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Tyrone vs. Derry Healy Park, Omagh
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Cavan vs. Down Kingspan Breffni Pk
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 4 2015
    Waterford vs. Carlow Fraher Field
  • Sun 01 Mar 2015
  • 1:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Roscommon vs. Meath Dr Hyde Park
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Kerry vs. Dublin Fitzgerald Stadium
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Donegal vs. Cork Ballyshannon
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Mayo vs. Monaghan Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Kildare vs. Westmeath Newbridge
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Galway vs. Laois Tuam Stadium
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Limerick vs. Armagh Kilmallock
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Louth vs. Wexford Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Fermanagh vs. Tipperary Brewster Park
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Clare vs. Sligo Cusack Park, Ennis
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 4 2015
    Wicklow vs. Offaly Aughrim
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 4 2015
    Leitrim vs. Antrim Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada
  • 2:00pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 2A 2015
    London vs. Derry Ruislip
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Child Welfare & Protection


Chilld Welfare and Protection

The Association and its sister organisations recently launched (December 2014) online version of Our Games - Our Code, the joint Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport. This Code has been agreed between the GAA, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, the Camogie Association, GAA Handball Ireland and the Rounders Council of Ireland.

The Code replaces all previous Codes and is a mandatory Code of Best Practice for all Gaelic Games Associations in our work with underage players. It is a comprehensive good practice guidance publication and we are anxious that as many players, coaches, parents and other Club personnel have immediate access to its contents.

The Code is also available in Disc format (not printed) form the National Children's Office. For more information or a disc, please contact the GAA National Children's Officer, Gearóid Ó Maoilmhichíl at 01-8363222 or nationalchildrensofficer@gaa.ie.

Download a copy of Our Games - Our Code, the joint Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport (updated as of Dec. 2014).

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The Gaelic Athletic Association is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all young people who wish to participate in our Gaelic Games and activities. We will take all practicable steps to protect them from discernable forms of abuse, from harm, discrimination or degrading treatment and shall respect their rights, wishes and feelings.

We do this by:

  • Recognising that all children have the right to be protected from harm.
  • Ensuring that all of our coaches and volunteers are carefully recruited and selected and that they accept responsibility for ensuring the well-being of children in their care.
  • Responding swiftly and appropriately to protect the welfare of children who participate in our games and related activities.
  • Providing parents and children with the opportunity to voice any concerns that they may have.
  • Appointing Children’s Officers in each of our Clubs and at County Board level.
  • Appointing a National Children’s Officer to oversee the implementation of good child protection and welfare practices within the Association.
  • Appointing a Designated Person in each Club and County who will liaise with the statutory authorities as appropriate.
  • Appointing a National Designated Person to assist in the processing of child protection and welfare matters.
  • Ensuring that all allegations of abuse of young people are confidentially dealt with in accordance the Association's Guidelines for Dealing with Allegations of Abuse (Fourth Edition 2009) and with statutory guidelines and relevant legislation.
  • Reviewing the effectiveness of our Child Protection procedures and policies on an ongoing basis.
  • Ensuring that members, coaches, team mentors, administrators, parents/guardians and spectators sign up to and adhere to our Code of Behaviour.


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