Respect for Our Underage Players

People make the GAA what it is and Donegal GAA are fortunate to have some of the best supporters and volunteers in the Country. Our volunteers dedicate themselves to the promotion of Gaelic games at club, school and county levels. Without these volunteers and supporters, sport would not be possible.

 

One of the core values of the GAA is mutual respect and this is so important in instilling values in our young people who lead very much by example shown. The video below illustrates the effect that our conduct and behaviour as adults can have on our children. Respect towards all of our juveniles is paramount. Let’s respect each other and do more:

 

 

Right now we’re mid-season with all age groups in action and it’s important that all of us involved in Gaelic games be it players, coaches, referees, officials and spectators always maintain good practice and behaviour as per the Code of behaviour. The Code can be accessed via the following link:

 

https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/child-safeguarding-and-protection/code-of-behaviour.