St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom8 hours ago
Big thank you to Kenny and the FAS lads.

The pitches are looking in top class condition. 👏👏👏
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom1 day ago
🚨St Brigid's Club Notes week ending
July 12th🚨

👉Return to play

All of our teams are now back in action with many involved in challenge games at the club over the weekend. It was great to see a welcome return to activity at the club and to see our many supporters back enjoying football action after such a long break. A big thank you also to Kenny and the FAS lads for ensuring the grounds and pitches are in top class condition ahead of a busy but shortened season.

We want to thank everyone again for respectfully observing our Covid-19 protocols to date and we ask that everyone continue to take note of the club’s guidelines in relation to maintaining a safe environment for our players, coaches and mentors.

The closure of a number of clubs around the country due to Covid-19 is a stark reminder for all club members to observe and follow our health guidelines when they arrive at the club.


We are holding another registration morning next Saturday morning at 10am, July 18th. It is essential that all players are registered in order to participate in training and club games. If at all possible, the club would prefer if people would register online through our website facility, www.stbrigids.gaa.ie.

👉U-16s Boys: The U16s have a challenge against Kilbride on Thursday at 8pm in Kiltoom.

👉U-8s/10s Girls: Our U8 and U10 girls are starting back on Saturday next, July18th, at 10am on pitch 3.

👉Academy Update

The Academy, catering for U-6s, U-8s, U-10s and U-12s, warmly welcomes all of its players back and extends a special welcome to new players and their parents. We remind all parents/guardians of players of the following important information in relation to Covid-19 protocols:

1. Parents/guardians of players must complete the online e-learning module:
https://www.gaa.ie/news/covid-19-club-education-elearning-module-launched-for-gaelic-games/ At the end of the module, you will receive a certificate that you email to secretary.stbrigids.roscommon@gaa.ie.

2. For underage players, parents are also asked to complete a health questionnaire for each child. Link to questionnaire: https://returntoplay.gaa.ie. This health questionnaire must be completed before each training session/game.

3. Ensure you are a registered club member. Due to GDPR, the GAA can only hold information such as the health questionnaire for registered members. To register go to the bottom of the club’s homepage, www.stbrigids.gaa.ie and click on club membership.


We are still collecting bags of unwanted clothes, shoes, bags, belts and bed linen. Dressing room 6 at the back of the clubhouse is open every afternoon for bag drop offs.


St Brigid's Lotto results for week ending July 12th 2020. Numbers Drawn: 9, 14,
17 and 29. There was no jackpot winner with three match three winners receiving €70: Brian Carroll, c/o Brian Lennon; Tommy Dolan (jnr), Cam Lodge, Brideswell and Leigh Moran c/o Kevin Dooley. Well done all. The Lotto Jackpot for this week is €6,600. The next draw takes place on Sunday night next, July 19th, at the St Brigid’s Sports and Social Centre, 9pm. Our Lotto is on sale in local shops, McHugh’s and Menton’s in Curraghboy; Tavanagh Meats, Brideswell, Dooley’s Fruit and Veg, Athlone and the Strawberry Stand across from Collin’s Shop on the main Roscommon road. You can also play online via our club website, http://www.stbrigids.gaa.ie/lotto. Through the online system, you can now do three entries in the one draw for €5 and add a further 3 lines for €10 (equivalent of a normal lotto book). Thank you for your continued support.
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom2 days ago
👉Delighted to announce that our U8 and U10 girls are starting back on Saturday next, July18th, at 10am on pitch 3.
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom2 days ago
🚨Update regarding GAA facilities🚨

Tuesday, July 14th 2020

By Cian O'Connell

Arising from a meeting of the GAA's Covid Advisory Group on Monday, it was agreed on a risk stratification basis that the following GAA facilities should remain closed after July 20.

All GAA dressing rooms, club and county gyms aren't allowed open until further notice.

It was agreed that Handball alleys could be opened from July 20, but can only be used subject to the guidance and control measures outlined in the GAA Handball Return to Play Document.

Club Bars that do not serve food, are permitted to open from July 20 provided they follow the Government Regulations for the relevant sector and all required third party insurances and assurances are in place.

Feargal McGill, GAA Director of Player, Club, and Games Administration, has outlined the reasons why the decision was taken for facilities to remain closed.

"One of the key parts of our control measures around keeping clubs safe is trying to keep players outdoors as much as possible," McGill explains.

"The reason for that is you are 19 times more likely to contract the virus indoors than you are outdoors. Purely from a common sense basis it doesn't make any sense for the GAA to open dressing rooms or gyms at this stage.

GAA dressing rooms are to remain closed until further notice.

"The other reason it lessens massively the possibility of a player being considered a close contact.

"If they have only been undertaking activities that are outdoors it lessens massively a player being considered a close contact if one of his teammates or one of the backroom personnel happens to test positive."

With club activity making a welcome return in recent weeks McGill believes the control measures adopted by the GAA are working well this far.

"To the best of our knowledge nobody has contracted Covid due to GAA activity," McGill adds.

"Where GAA players or members have contracted Covid, it appears to be outside of GAA activity. That is hugely encouraging.

"It means, and I don't want to speak too soon, but our control measures appear to be working. We do realise it is an inconvenience to people that dressing rooms can't open, but there is good common sense behind that.

"It is designed to ensure that clubs are able to complete their fixtures and that no club is placed into lockdown."
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom2 days ago
Our first championship game against Clann will be streamed live. 📺
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom
St Brigid's Gaa Club Kiltoom2 days ago
Wise advice for every player and indeed club member who wants to play their part in preventing a second surge of Covid-19, more deaths and a return to a full lockdown.

Source: Shane Brophy, Nenagh Guardian Sports Editor


2 days ago
👉Delighted to announce that our U8 and U10 girls are starting back on Saturday next, July18th, at 10am on pitch 3. https://t.co/bBOfc3Omxp StBrigidsRos photo
4 days ago
🚨Our Lotto draw takes place tonight, Sunday, July 12th, at St Brigid’s Sports and Social Centre, 9pm. Jackpot this week, €6,400. We will broadcast the draw live on our club Facebook Page. Thank you for your continued support.
5 days ago
👉We are holding a registration morning at the club tomorrow morning, Saturday, starting at 10am.
Please observe our health protocols if you are attending, thank you. https://t.co/JH7caP0EvM
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7 days ago
Registration Night this evening, Thursday, July 9th, 7pm. https://t.co/BZNDzju0yt StBrigidsRos photo
1 week ago
🚨Covid Tracker App🚨
Anyone who is over 16 years of age is advised to download the Covid Tracker App. Covid Tracker is a free app for your mobile phone and will help protect each other and slow the spread of COVID-19 in Ireland. Read here: