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Child Welfare

The St Peregrines Children’s Welfare Officer Paul Donnelly is responsible for promoting a child and youth focused ethos within the Club. 


The key role of the Club Children’s Officer is to ensure the implementation and promotion of the relevant Child Welfare and Protection Codes and Guidelines for good practice in the Club, so as to ensure that young people can participate, enjoy and benefit from our Gaelic Games in safe and enjoyable surroundings.  

St Peregrines follows the Children's Welfare guidelines set out by the GAA to view these please click: Child Welfare Policy

The Children's Welfare Officer ensures the implementation of Garda Vetting checks, as appropriate, within the Club. For further details please click: Garda Vetting

For Further Details please contact Paul Donnelly on:

Child Welfare Officer - Paul Donnelly


Player Welfare
The Player Injury Scheme

The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Boards have an injury scheme/fund which is funded entirely from Club memberships. The scheme/fund are NOT an Insurance cover and do not seek to compensate fully for injury, rather lessen the hardship to players and officials. The scheme/fund supplement other schemes/insurance cover where applicable e.g. VHI, Aviva. These should always be leveraged in the first instance.

To avail of these schemes you must have your membership paid in full by 31st March each year.

Full details of the protections provided by each can be found via the links below:

To apply please contact the Secretary Dave McEneaney on:

Club Policies

At St Peregrines we have a number of guidelines issued by the GAA that are strictly adhered to. For details please click the links below:

COVID 19 Policies

Disciplinary Procedure

Social Media Policies

Player Responsibilities