Code of Behaviour

Good behaviour is essential for the effective promotion of GAA games within our club. This Code of Behaviour provides a just and reasonable system to ensure responsible behaviour and conduct from our young players, coaches, mentors, supporters, parents/guardians, referees and club officials.

The club is responsible for ensuring a fair and efficient Code of Behaviour is applied and we want to be associated with promoting good practice and assisting those who promote and deliver our games to the highest possible standards.

Therefore, we will be promoting this Code of Behaviour which complements the ISC Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport and addresses the appropriate levels of behaviour, practice and conduct required from everyone associated with the club.

To download a copy of the Code of Behaviour please click the following link: CODE OF BEHAVIOUR (3rd Edition)

This is the most recent edition and covers the following items:-

  • 1 – Introduction to the Code of Behaviour
  • 2 – Young Players
  • 3 – Coaches, Mentors & Trainers
  • 4 - Parents & Guardians
  • 5 – Supporters
  • 6 – Referees
  • 7 - The Club
  • 8 – How to deal with alleged breaches of the code

Should parents have any questions or require any further information regarding this Code of Behaviour you can contact our Youth Officer Pascal Smyth or our Children’s Officer Colm McCormick and they would be delighted to talk to you.