Young people are the lifeblood of any sport and Irish Rugby is no different to other sports in this regard. It is important that young people are welcomed into our clubs and schools so that they can enjoy the great game of rugby.
It goes without saying that parents are entitled to know that their children are involved and playing rugby in an environment that respects young peoples’ saftey, health, welfare and dignity. At Ballina Killaloe RFC, we take this responsibility seriously.
Follow the link below for IRFU Safeguarding guidelines regarding coaches and volunteers
Safeguarding Frequently Asked Questions
Supporting Your Age-Grade Player
Positive Sideline Behavior –
Are you positively contributing to your child’s rugby experience?
A copy of Ballina Killaloe RFc Code of Conduct for Coaches, Players and Parents is available from the link below. All are encouraged to read it and make themselves aware of the contents
Follow the link: http://www.irishrugby.ie/concussion for the IRFU guidelines on concussion