We’ve a massive weekend of rugby to look forward this weekend with 3 #CRFC Senior Teams in the hunt for Silverware Our Clonettes travel to @mullingarladiesrfc this Sunday, 03/04 for the Quarter-Final of the Paul Flood Cup. Kick-Off […]
We’ve a massive weekend of rugby to look forward this weekend with 3 #CRFC Youth Teams contesting Semi-Finals Our u13s travel to Westmanstown RFC this Sunday, 03/04 for a Friendly. Kick-Off is 11am. Our u14s welcome Old Belvedere […]
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