The player is central to the GAA and all its activities. The skill and dedication of our players at all levels have captured the imagination of the public since the founding of the GAA and have been fundamental to the on-going success of the Association. The welfare of players is therefore of paramount importance to the GAA and its future success. During the development of the GAA’s Strategic Plan and Vision, a key objective was the enhancement of the experience of all our players within the Association. Click on the various links below for more information.
- Killoe GAA Code of Conduct
- Killoe GAA Healthy Club
- Killoe GAA Healthy Eating Guidelines
- Community & Personal Development
- Physical Activity & Social Games
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Youth Leadership
- Mental Fitness
- Transfers & Sanctions
- Managing Injuries
- Training & Lifestyle
- Cardiac Screening
- Respond to Critical Incident
- Anti Doping
- Gambling Awareness
- Player Safety
GAA Community & Health: Since its formation, the GAA has been about more than just providing a sporting and cultural outlet for our members. It has become part of the fabric of Irish life and we pride ourselves on the work carried out by our clubs, counties, and provinces on behalf of the health and well-being of our members and our communities. The GAA Community & Health Section was created to enhance and support this work. This section includes resources on Health & Well-being, Mental Health, Gambling, Drug/Alcohol Addiction and Community Development. Click here for details.
Killoe GAA Code of Conduct: A Code of Conduct document has been circulated to club members and officials since August 2015 with specifics on codes of conduct to be followed by those involved with the club. Click here for details.
Healthy Club Programme: Killoe GAA were pleased to be involved in the Healthy Club Project in 2018. Click here for details.
Healthy Eating Guidelines: Killoe GAA released healthy eating guidelines in 2019 aimed at creating a supportive environment in which it promotes healthy eating for all its members and the wider community, to make the Association a healthier place for everyone to enjoy. The club is committed in supporting a whole organisational approach to embed and implement the following healthy eating guidelines. The guidelines describe the types and amounts of foods people need for healthy eating. It is important to note that these are general guidelines and can be adapted by clubs/ teams to meet their needs. Everyone has different food needs depending on body size, age, gender, underlying medical conditions and activity level. Following these guidelines and being active gives people the best chance of being healthy and well. Click here for details.