Faughs GAA Club
12
MAR
2020

Covid-19 update 8 May: Latest Statement from the GAA

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Update 27 March

Please see below latest statement from the GAA which includes instructions to refrain from any small group/training activities until July 20th at the earliest. We will  update you as we learn more.

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Update 27 March

All Faughs facilities are closed until further notice. This decision is made in the best interest of club members and our community to minimise the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus. Please follow all the HSE Guidelines on dealing with Covid 19.

Dorry Murray Tournament

We have made the decision to postpone the U13 Dorry Murray Tournament on May 10th; as we all continue to follow the HSE guidelines in dealing with Covid19. We hope to reschedule the tournament if possible, later in the year.

National Feile

The National Feile for Camoige and Hurling unfortunately but understandable is cancelled and will not go ahead on June 5th and 6th as we all continue to follow the HSE guidelines in dealing with Covid19

Update 15 March

The Club house bar will now be closed until further notice. This decision is made in the best interest of club members and staff and to minimise the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus.

Be safe, please follow the guidelines issued by the HSE.

 

Update 12 March

In light of statements from Dublin GAA / the GAA / An Cumann Camógaíochta and the Government on 12 March, all collective training and matches for Faughs hurling and camogie teams are cancelled until further notice.

The planned St Patrick’s Day Celebrations and events at the Club House are cancelled.

All Faughs social events and all organised collective team activities are cancelled until further notice

The Bar remains open and will operate under the HSE guidelines.

 

Statement: Dublin GAA Covid-19 update

Statement: GAA, Camogie Association, and the LGFA