Clondalkin Rugby Club
Kingswood Farm, Baldonnell
Dublin 22, D22 Y9H9
Official Charity Partner of Clondalkin RFC
Aoibheann’s Pink Tie will help and offer practical support to the families of children diagnosed with cancer and who are attending St John’s Oncology Ward in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital and are the National Children’s Cancer Charity.
To donate €2, text Pink Tie to 50300
➡️ Anti Bullying Policy - CRFC
➡️ Anti-Doping/Drug Policy - CRFC
➡️ Changing Room Policy - CRFC
➡️ Code of Conduct - CRFC Coaches
➡️ Code of Conduct - CRFC Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - CRFC Age Grade Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - IRFU Mini Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - IRFU Youth Players
➡️ Code of Conduct - IRFU Parents
➡️ Player Responsibilities - Age Grade Rugby - IRFU
➡️ Parent Responsibilities - Age Grade Rugby - IRFU
➡️ Declaration of Intent for u18s Coaches
➡️ Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Policy - CRFC
➡️ Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Statement - CRFC
➡️ Gym Rules and Regulations - CRFC
➡️ Health & Safety Statement-Operations Manual - CRFC
➡️ Inter Club Youth Transfer Form
➡️ Inter Club Adult Transfer Form
➡️ Player Registration Form - IRFU
➡️ Safeguarding Policy for Age-Grade Players - CRFC
➡️ Safeguarding Policy 2021 - IRFU
➡️ Travel Code of Conduct - CRFC
➡️ Welfare Officer_CRFC_Version 2.0
The IRFU have put together an information guide on concussion which can be downloaded from this link. Although this guide is directed at adult and youth/child rugby players, concussion is not just a rugby event and can occur during any activity (e.g. playground, GAA, soccer, falling off a bike, etc.).
The key points of note are:
Concussion MUST be taken extremely seriously. Any player with a suspected concussion MUST be removed immediately from training/play and not return. They should be medically assessed. They MUST not be left alone and MUST not drive a vehicle.
There are also a very useful series of videos on the IRFU site that can be accessed here.