On behalf of the club we want to thank all our members and the wider community for their support and cooperation over the past number of months, it has been greatly appreciated. A huge well done and a round of applause has to go to our members and the community who set up the Covid-19 Assistacne Volunteer Group, who helped out those in our community that needed it during these current times. It has been fantastic to see the community pulling together and helping each other during these tough times.
On Friday An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar moved the country in to phase two of reducing the restrictions, this is turn means that we are one step closer to getting back out on the field and playing. The GAA, Camogie Association, and the LGFA have come together and released their roadmap to reopening. There are a number of steps to reopening and a number of dates that are important for us as a club and our members.
From the beginning of phase three (June 29th) small groups of ten can start back non-contact training and our pitches will be back open. All other faciliaties in the club (dressing rooms, club house etc) will remain closed. All forms of competition remain postponed and entry to our pitches is for players and management only.
Phase four (July 20th) will see a return to all forms of team and group training. Club competitions will resume from July 31st. However, the clubhouse and indoor facilities in the club will still remain closed.
From August 10th our remaining club facilities will reopen to our members.
We are so looking forward to getting back out on the field and playing, however please respect all the guidelines that are still in place so that we can continue with the reopening and continue to move forward.