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To assist in the fundraising efforts of Coolderry GAA this year and in keeping with Covid 19 restrictions , our club players are going to run a 6km sponsored relay solo run on the roads of the parish on St Stephens Day.
We understand this year has been an unprecedented year in all our lives and we appreciate your support at this time. We have set up a gofundme page to help in our endeavors to fundraise and link can be found below.
We ask when donating to this fundraiser you drop a small comment at the end when prompted to which team you wish to donate to with each team competing to raise the most. Below is the list of team captains and their team mates.
1 . Mark Bergin- Conor Bergin, John Tooher, Brian Kelly, Stephen OConnor & Damien Maher
2 . Eoin Ryan – Declan Parlon, Cathal Parlon, Marty Ryan, Paddy Larkin & AN OTHER
3. David King – Barry Teehan, Mark Teehan, Liam Brophy, Mark Maloney Snr & Stephen Corcoran
4 . Billy Burke – Cathal Burke, Cian Burke, Conor Molloy, Adam Kennedy & Kevin Brady Jnr
5. Daniel Miller – Will Malone, Liam Miller, Trevor Corcoran, Paul Ryan (Leap) & Conor Hogan.
6. Stephen Connolly – Andrew Connolly, David Connolly, James Masterson, Seamus OConnor & Shane Connolly
7. Ciaran Teehan – Paul Hensey, Darren Dooley, Brian Larkin, Paul Maloney & Tommy Teehan
8. Paddy Maher – Gearoid McCormack, Kian Morris, Shane Ryan, Mark Murphy & Brendan O’Meara
9. Kevin Connolly – Paul Hudson, Joe Malone, Nigel Dooley, Stephen Burke & David Tooher.
10. Eoghan Parlon – Cian O’Connor, Joe Larkin, James Tooher, Eamonn Delaney & Martin Corcoran
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On-Line Registration Now Available – REGISTER NOW
Club membership for 2020 is now available online. All membership options can be sought through the below link. Simply click the link, select the option that best suits you, create a clubforce account and follow the steps to complete payment.
We thank all for using this option as it helps with administration duties within the club.
PLEASE NOTE ALL GYM MEMBERSHIP IS DUE FOR 2020 ON FEB 1ST AS ALL ENTRY FOBS WILL BE TURNED OFF ON THIS DATE IF NOT PAID. ALL GYM USERS MUST BE A CLUB MEMBER TO COMPLY WITH INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
GAA GARDA Vetting
In line with best practice in the selection of persons to work with children, all Coolderry GAA coaches are Garda vetted and are required to attend a child protection workshop.
To get garda vetted please follow the following process:
Step 1 The initial application vetting process – Gather your information
Applicants for vetting in Coolderry GAA need to provide 2 documents which must be scanned and attached by the applicant as part of step 2 below.
1.proof of identity
2.proof of current residence.
Additional details available at the following link GAA E-Vetting ID form
Step 2 Completing the Vetting Application form
Applicants, club members can complete the GAA on-line E-Vetting Application Form by selecting this Vetting Application link
- The two documents (proof of their identity and proof of current residence) should be uploaded and attatached and sent along with this form. PLEASE SELECT YES WHEN ASKED IF FROMS HAS BEEN UPLOADED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE FIRST PAGE AND CLICK SUBMIT. THIS WILL BRING YOU TO THE LINK TO UPLOAD YOUR DOCUMENTS.
- When the applicant selects SUBMIT the form is sent automatically to the NVB (National Vetting Bureau) by the GAA
The details entered will be emailed back to you, for your own records.
Our Club Secretary will also receive an email informing him/her that you have applied as a member of the club, to be issued with the NVB Vetting Application Form.
If the applicant is under 18 yrs. of age?
A parental consent form (NVB Parent/Guardian Consent Form) must be completed; all applicants between 16 and 18 yrs. of age should complete the form scan and attach.
Step 3 NVB Vetting Application form
The NVB will issue the applicant/club member with the NVB Vetting Application form, to the email address provided in Step 2.
The applicant must complete this form.
Completing this form is a confidential matter between you and the NVB. All sections of the form including current and previous addresses, email address and contact telephone numbers, information on convictions and prosecutions (if any), plus other information will be required when completing the form.
Completing this form is a confidential matter between the applicant and the NVB. All sections of the form including current and previous addresses, email address and contact telephone numbers, information on convictions and prosecutions (if any), plus other information will be required when completing the form.Once all sections of the form have been answered, the application process for E Vetting in the GAA is complete.Within a short period of timeThe applicant shall be contacted by the GAA to inform them as to the outcome of the vetting applicationOur Club Secretary will be notified by NVB when the vetting process is complete for the applicant.The Club Secretary will notify the club Children’s Officer who maintains the information in the club vetting database
For additional information please contact our club secretary or Children’s Officer
You must be vetted for GAA even if you are vetted for other organisations e.g. Rugby, Soccer
Please accept notice that Coolderry GAA 2018 Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday the 30th November 8pm.
Nominations, Proposals and Motions should be submitted to the Secretary by Friday 9th November.
Coolderry GAA welcomed Lusmagh, CRC Gaels and Ballyskenagh/Killavilla GAA Clubs to Coolderry on 29th September to host the annual Fr. Christy Kennedy Cup. Four great U11 teams lined out and played some fantastic hurling on a beautiful Saturday morning in ideal conditions. After some very competitive matches with great skill, commitment and effort on display from all teams Lusmagh and CRC Gaels progressed to the Shield final while Coolderry and Ballyskenagh/Killavilla were set to contest the Cup final.
Two thrilling finals were played with some fantastic scores and displays of attacking and defending play. CRC Gaels emerged as winners of the Shield final while Coolderry managed to hold off their near neighbours in the Cup final and bring the Cup back to Coolderry (after it had left for a brief holiday to Kilkenny last year!).
Thanks to all the mentors, supporters and especially the players who made the competition a great success. Special thanks to the Kennedy family for supporting the competition which is held in honour of a great Coolderry supporter. Oliver Kennedy was on hand to present the teams with their trophies on behalf of the Kennedy family. Thanks also to all those who provided and served refreshments on the day.