|Safe Return to Gaelic Games|
Adult players, parents/guardians of underage players and team personnel are required to complete the online Health Questionnaire once prior to their return to to GAA activities. Using the same system, Adult players, parents/guardians of underage players and team personnel will be required to declare, before each training session/game, that their health status has not changed. The online system is live and can be accessed by visiting the URL https://returntoplay.gaa.ie Personal infromation contained on the Health Questionnaire is stored for a maximum period of three weeks. CoVID Supervisors have been appointed within the Club. The role of the CoVID Supervisor is to verify that individual members of 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.
|Supervalu Glanmire GAA Deliveries|
As part of Community Support during the Covid-19 crisis Glanmire GAA are assisting Ryan's Supervalu with deliveries to vulnerable and older people in the Glanmire area who may need assistance. Commencing Monday 20th April, Glanmire GAA members will assist with deliveries on Mondays between 6pm and 8pm and Fridays between 5pm and 8pm. If you are aware of members of our community who require delivery assistance, please arrange for them to place orders to Supervalu by phone 021-4822500 or 021-4858415 or by email at email@example.com. Orders need to be with Supervalu the night before delivery.
|Glanmire Community Response Team|
A Glanmire Community Response Team has been set up today to link with existing services, identify problems, identify where supports are required, and to solve problems locally where possible. The Local Team includes David O'Brien (City Hall Lead), Elaine McCoy (HSE lead), Kevin Tobin (GACA), Ger Moloney (Mums of Glanmire), Noel Fitzgerald (Community Garda), Cynthia Kelleher, Ann Holland, Eamonn Creech, Peter Falvey, Aidan J Linehan and Lorraine O'Neill.
If you are aware of any vulnerable residents or situations in our area that may require assistance please advise.
Also please note the following contact numbers:
Community Response Helpline: 1800 222226 (8am to 8pm - 7 Days a Week)
Community Garda Helpline: 021 4522069
Local Contact: Cynthia Kelleher: 087 1211214
Local Contact: Lorraine O'Neill: 086 8046314
|GAA Covid-19 Community Volunteers|
Glanmire Football Club are liaising with Ryan's Supervalu Glanmire and Grandon's Centra Sallybrook as part of the GAA Covid -19 Community Volunteer initiative. Volunteers will be required to assist in the distribution of essential foodstuffs to the most vulnerable and most impacted people within the Glanmire area that may be in need of assistance. If you are aged 18+ and not experiencing any potential Covid-19 symptoms and are willing to volunteer over the coming period, please forward your contact details to Secretary.firstname.lastname@example.org.
|"Club Together" Volunteers|
The Government will be launching a Local Authority led initiative tomorrow Thursday 2nd April which will support the elderly and most vulnerable to Covid-19. In order to ensure a seamless service and avoid confusion for those most in need the "Club Together" initiative is being closed down. Glanmire GAA encourages all our volunteers to make themselves known to the Local Authority service when it is launched. On behalf of Glanmire GAA thank you again for your outstanding support and for volunteering your services. Take care.
|"Club Together" Initiative |
Glanmire GAA are supporting the GAA/Musgrave Club Together initiative. The aim of the initiative is to ensure that society members who are most vulnerable to effects of Covid-19 will still be able to shop and receive deliveries from Supervalu and Centra stores. Club volunteers are required to support this initiative by taking and delivering customer's orders in accordance with the process agreed between the GAA and Musgrave. If you are aged between 18 and 59 and are interested in becoming a "Club Together" volunteer for Glanmire please email email@example.com with your contact details.
|HSE - Social Distancing |
Keep a space of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and other people.
Reduce interaction with people outside the workplace and home.
Reduce the number of people you meet each day
Avoid crowded places.
Work from home if possible.
Do not shake hands or make close contact if possible.
Keep washing your hands.
Avoid touching your face.
|Suspension of Club Activities|
In light of the Government announcement on Covid-19, all Club activities including games, training and team gatherings at all ages and grades is currently suspended from today March 12th until March 29th inclusive. All Glanmire GAA Club members are encouraged to continue to follow the guidelines which have been published by the health authorities.
|Advice around Coronavirus for Games and Training|
Rebel Óg has issued the following advice regarding the use of water bottles at games and training. " In the current climate, we are asking Clubs to follow some simple steps in and around Club activities, games and training. Players should have their own water bottles rather than sharing. No handshakes after games. Players use their own towels, soap, hand cleaner etc. when washing and drying after games etc." At the Club Executive meeting last night it was decided to accept this advice and apply it to all teams within the Club. We ask for your cooperation with these precautions for the foreseeable future, thanks.
|Gymnasium Closed 7/8th March|
Gymnasium will be closed from 8am on Saturday 7th March unitil 4pm on Sunday 8th March while repairs are being carried out on the gym floor.
|Gymnasium Closed Sunday 23rd February|
Gymnasium members - Please note that the Gymnasium will be closed on Sunday 23rd February while repairs are being carried out on the Gymnasium floor.
|Postponement Div 5 League Glanmire v Grenagh|
Due to a bereavement in Grenagh, the Div 5 League fixture between Glanmire and Grenagh scheduled for Sunday 9th February has been postponed until a date agreed between both Clubs.
|Insuring safety for all GAA players on the playing field is very important⛑️|
Local St. John Ambulance Glanmire are providing a First Aid Responder Course - Starting Thursday 27th of February from 18:30 to 21:30 for 6 weeks. The cost of the course, which is recognised nationally by PHECC, is €170. The course meets all requirements set out by the HSA.
If you are interested or would like more information contact Frances on firstname.lastname@example.org
|Support local this Valentine's Day|
Love is in the air on Friday, February 14th. Try
to support our local businesses for all your Valentine's gifts❤️
|Vote - GE2020|
This Saturday the 8th of February if you are
over 18 make sure to use your vote in the General election 2020📝
|GCU Enercy Costs Talk||02/03/2020|
|Congratulations to the Dinan Family|
Well done to Glanmire Ladies player Sandra Dinan and the Dinan Family on coming Third in the 2019 Final of Ireland's Fittest Family. A magnificent achievement.
|Blood Donation Clinic - Monday 16th December|
Give Blood. The Irish Blood Transfusion Service are looking for people to donate blood at the next Blood Donation Clinic in the Vienna Woods Hotel next Monday 16th December between 5pm and 8.30pm. Give Blood - Save Lives.
Glanmire U15s/U17s will play Wanderers Australia in two challenge games on the Pairc Uí Chaoimh 4G next Tuesday 3rd December at 7 pm. Please support. Glanmire abú.
|Hands for Life - CPR Training|
Free local CPR Training will take place in the Halla, Glanmire GAA Pavillion next Saturday 30th November at 10am, 12pm and 2pm. Contact Virginia 086-2660831 if you are interested.
|Glanmire GAA AGM Sunday 24th November|
Glanmire GAA AGM will be held in the Halla next Sunday 24th November at 7pm. New members welcome.
|SAFE Glanmire Suicide Awareness Group|
SAFE Glanmire Suicide Awareness Group are running an Open Coffee morning in Cafe Beva next Sunday 17th November from 11am to 1pm. The idea is to promote positive mental health and inform people about SAFE Glanmire. All ages are welcome, parents, teens, pre-teens and babies. Spread the word and promote this great cause on Sunday.
|U16 Premier 1 League Final|
Glanmire U16s will play Douglas in the Central Premier 1 League Final in Sallybrook tomorrow Monday 11th November @ 7.30pm. Please support. Glanmire abú.
|Minor League Final|
Throw in for today's Minor match against Mallow has been put back to 2.45pm.
|Minors in Premier 2 League Final|
The Minors will play Mallow in the Premier 2 League Final next Saturday 9th November @ 1.30pm in the Pairc Uí Chaoimh Astro. Please support. Glanmire abú.
|Glanmire GAA AGM 24th November|
Glanmire GAA AGM will be held in the Halla on Sunday 24th November at 7pm. All members welcome.
|Minor in County Final|
The Minors will play Mallow in the Premier 2 County Final in Páirc Uí Rinn on Tuesday 22nd October @ 6.30pm. Please support the lads as they try and bring a County Title back to Glanmire.
|U14s in Premier 1 County Final Saturday 19th Octtober|
Our U14s will play Valley Rovers in the County Final tomorrow Saturday 19th October @1pm in Páirc UÍ Rinn. Please come out and support the lads as they try and bring a County Title back to Glanmire.
|Best of luck to Sarsfields Camogie|
Best of luck to Sarsfields Camogie Club as they take on Inniscarra in the Senior County Final in Castle Road on Sunday 13th October at 4pm.
|Glanmire Football Club Forum|
Glanmire Football Club Forum follow up next Wednesday 2nd October at 7.30pm in Vienna Woods. All welcome.