Updated - Tuesday 23 June - 7.15pm
Attached information and links relating to the GAA Health Questionnaire that all active participants have to fill out or have filled out on their behalf, before a return to activity. This along with the elearning module, which must also be undertaken, are two key parts of the return to play roadmap for Gaelic games. Click here for access to the Questionnaire guide.
Forms can be accessed by visiting the URL https://returntoplay.gaa.ie.
Click below for further information.
Click here for the formats and regulations for adult club competitions as passed at County Board Management meeting on 22nd June.
Draws will take place on Saturday 27th June and will be broadcast on local radio and live-streamed. Details of how to access the draws will be published on the Kilkenny GAA website beforehand.
Following the Government announcement yesterday about the easing of phase three COVID restrictions the GAA have today (Saturday) issued new guidance to clubs. To read this guidance please click below.
The GAA have released further resources for clubs to assist with the return to play. It includes a link to the Covid-19 Club Education eLearning module for Gaelic Games. The module takes 20 minutes to complete. It must be done by anyone entering club facilities especially club officers, players, team personnel and parents/guardians of under-age players.
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Click here for eLearing module.
Virtual Relay gaining momentum as sports stars from across Kilkenny and around the country turning out to support cancer charities. On the 27th June, under the dwindling restrictions of the Covid-19 lockdown, a 24 hour virtual relay – Ronnie’s Relay -is being hosted by St Martins GAA club in north Kilkenny. In this event, men, women and children of the parish will be walking, running or cycling “virtually” between every GAA pitch in the county, and for the record, there are 42 of them over a distance of 426km.
A whole host of stars have endorsed this via a video campaign from across all walks of life including Brian Cody, Jim Bolger, DJ Carey, Henry Shefflin, Davy Fitzgerald, Marty Morrissey, Colm Bonnar, Lee Chin, Derek McGrath, Stephen Ward, Ken McGrath, Ian Dempsey, Mags D’Arcy, Edwina Keane, Jon Egan, Ursula Jacob, Martin Kavanagh, Richie Hogan & Seanie Maguire.