Copies of all documents relating to Child Welfare & Protection - which applies to all of the Gaelic Games Associations – GAA, Ladies Football, Camogie, Handball and Rounders – may be downloaded here



The new Code of Behaviour (Underage), highlights the levels of behaviour that the GAA seeks from those who are playing, coaching, officiating or attending our underage games.

Packed with 10 different sections the Code of Behaviour (Underage) has been updated to reflect recent child safeguarding legislative requirements that are now enshrined in our Rules and in the day to day organising of our games.

Sections include guidance on maintaining appropriate levels of behaviour when working with children and young people, how to promote the Code and also deal with breaches of the Code, useful guidance on recruiting coaches and managers for underage teams, how to plan away trips, the Club child safeguarding statement, dealing with bullying of children and young people, social media guidance and how to report any concerns or allegations of abuse.

"Code of Behaviour (Underage)" and "Maintaining Appropriate Levels of Behaviour in our work with children and young people" can be accessed by clicking below


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Young UK singer Discovers the Secrets of Irishmen


A young UK singer, songwriter and saxophonist, Kathleen Devine from Chester, claims to reveal the secrets about Irishmen in a toe-tapping, hand clapping, light-hearted song appropriately titled The Irishmen.


"Hopefully it will provide even a little bit of light relief for people who listen to it, sing-along with it, dance to it or watch the video anywhere in the world. It's a time when we all need some good humour in our lives again amid all the doom and gloom," she said.


Tom Gilmore. Broadcaster / Journalist


Great to see some of our own Intermediate stars, featured along with the one and only Tom Gilmore




 Update 26/08/2020 Regarding Underage Games




Reeling in the Years


Found this great photo in our archives ?


Do you recognise anyone? Do you know what year this photo was taken?


Head over to Sylane Hurling Facebook page and let us know