The club currently caters for players at all age groups, from Under-5’s (boys born in 2017) to Minor/U17. Training for U5’s to U12’s takes place every Saturday morning from 11am at the Tank Field. New players are always welcome!
Underage Committee 2022
Chairman – Derek Connolly (email@example.com)
Vice Chairman – Phil Littlewood
Secretary – Mark McDonnell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PRO – Caoimhín Vallely
Treasurer – Dan Cassidy
Children’s Officer – Jonathan Boyd (email@example.com)
U17: John Kiely, Finbarr O’Brien, James Corcoran & Eugene Butler
U15: Seán Ó hArgáin
U13 (amalgamation with Delaney’s GAA): Chris Daly, Jonathan Boyd, & Stephen Kearney
U11 and U12: Tony Cooney, Eoin Keane, Kieran O’Mahony, Gerry Daly, & Wendy Sexton
U9 and U10: Pádraig McCaffrey, Cian Russell, Eoin McCarthy, Ciarán Coyne, Derek Foley & Caoimhín Vallely
U7 and U8: Damien Horgan, Ross Loughnane, Paul McSweeney, Damien Roche, Phil Littlewood, Michael Curle & Bill McSweeney
U5 and U6: Steve Coughlan, Stephen Kearney, Joey Campbell, Mark McDonnell, Jacob Thornhill, Johnny Main, Denis O’Leary, & Brian Roche
** New Members are always welcome at all age levels. For all ages under 12 (born 2010 and later), just come to the Tank Field on a Saturday morning from 11am. For older age groups contact Mark McDonnell on firstname.lastname@example.org or 087 7684050.
Code of Behaviour
Brian Dillons adheres to the GAA’s Code of Behaviour, which integrates child welfare legislation and statutory guidance to ensure that the welfare of the children remains paramount in the training and playing of matches, the recruitment of coaches, the active involvement of parents and all other activities. The Code of Behaviour can be viewed in full by clicking here.
2022 Child Safeguarding Statement
The Gaelic Athletics Associations in accordance with our Code of Behaviour (Underage) and our legislative requirements have agreed this Child Safeguarding Statement which is binding on all members and units of our Associations. Brian Dillons strictly abides by this Statement. Click below to view the Child Safeguarding Statement in full.
Brian Dillons GAA Clubstrivess to create a supportive environment where any form of bullying is unacceptable. We adhere to the GAA Anti-Bullying Policy Statement, which recognises that bullying behaviour is in breach of the Code of Behaviour, as outlined above. Click below to view the GAA Anti-Bullying Policy Statement in full.