Kilmacud Crokes Covid-19 Restrictions Update

Members Advisory

As most people are now aware, Dublin has moved as of mid-night on Friday Sept 18th into Level 3 of the Governments Covid-19 Framework.  This has imposed additional restrictions on business and sports in the capital. It is anticipated these restrictions will be in place for at least 3 weeks at which time the situation will be reviewed.   These restrictions have impacted the running of GAA activities.   At a summary level – All Minor and Juvenile games have been cancelled for the duration.  Adult games can go ahead behind closed doors.   Minor and Juvenile teams can train in pods of up to 15 but it must be non-contact. All Adult teams can train as normal.  All of the Return to Play protocols which are already in place must be observed.   All Kilmacud Crokes volunteer coaches, mentors and managers have been briefed at a section level of the changes.   More detailed information can be found at the following link on the Dublin GAA website under the latest news section - https://www.dublingaa.ie/

We are currently accepting expressions of interest for the 2020 boys and girls Nursery intake, with a view to staring in early late Sept/October. Given the current Covid 19 restrictions, we are reviewing this position, and as a result the start date may change

In addition, the restrictions being applied to restaurants & bars have forced the closure of the Village Café until further notice. The following service will be offered.  Village Cafe will be open on Saturday September 26th for takeaway Coffee and Freshly Baked Soda Bread, Apple Tarts,  Rhubarb Tarts, Teabrack and lots more goodies for you to take home. If you are training we will have hot snacks. Open 9am to 2pm. If you would like to pre order baking, please text your order to 087 3967711 Will open each Saturday on same basis

We hope that all members and their families stays safe in these challenging times. By working together will get through this.  As the situation evolves, we will provide further updates to members.

Kilmacud Crokes Club Executive