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U12 (2009)

Hi All,

We are training as usual this Wednesday 28th Oct, 5.45-6.45pm on the all-weather pitch & Sunday 1st Nov, 10.30-11.30am on pitch 2 in St Annes.

*Please adhere to the below protocols:

  • An online Covid Assessment Declaration Form must be filled in & submitted before every training session, please view this link. Failure to do so will prevent participation in the training session. 

  • Every parent must confirm their child’s availability on Teamer so that we can assign your child to a specific team & coaches prior to each training session.  Arriving to a training session without having accepted via Teamer creates issues & delays.

  • All players & coaches must arrive down 5 minutes before every training session & not any earlier, & leave promptly when the session is over.

  • Please make sure your child has their GUM SHIELD, a strict NO GUM SHIELD NO PLAY rule applies.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact myself or Warren.

Ross Bolger, U12’s Manager: ross@clontarfrugby.com & 087 642 6641

Warren Bolger, U12s Head Coach: warrenbolger@hotmail.com & 086 817 6607

IMPORTANT NOTES

  • Registration – players must be registered to train & play for insurances purposes.

  • Training – Wednesdays 5.45-6.45pm (alternating between the all-weather & grass pitches) & Sundays 10.00-10.45am on the grass pitch, unless you are notified otherwise.

  • Matches – details of upcoming matches will be posted on this webpage & Teamer.

  • Gear and Hydration – gum shields are compulsory for all training and matches – no exceptions.  Please ensure that players are appropriately kitted out for the weather conditions (including base layers, hats and/or rain wear during the winter months).  Players should have a water bottle at all times.

  • Notifications – details of matches, schedule changes and any additional training sessions will be notified on this web page, by email & Teamer.  Please refer regularly to this web page, particularly during periods of bad weather when it may be necessary to advise of schedule changes at short notice.

  • New Players – are always very welcome, whether or not they have played rugby before.  If you are interested in playing please contact Ross Bolger (contact details above).

  • Footwear – the Club has a strict policy on the type of footwear that may be worn on the 4G pitch (where most of our training and home matches take place).  This applies to players and coaches.  Only boots with screw in studs (metal or plastic) or round moulded studs may be worn.  Blades and runners are prohibited.  Please bear this in mind if buying boots for the new season.

  • Concussion – we deal with cases of concussion or suspected concussion in line with the IRFU Concussion Guidelines.  These can be accessed on www.irishrugby.ie (go to tab “Playing the Game” and select “Medical” & “IRFU Concussion Protocols”).

  • Code of Ethics – all coaches, players and parents are expected to abide by the Club’s Code of Ethics, details of which can be accessed under the “Youth & Mini” drop-down tab on the Club’s home page.