Child Welfare

The Juvenile section of the Garda GAA Club, Westmantown Gaels strives to uphold the best standards of Child Protection.


A central facet of this is the Garda Vetting Process and it must be completed by all mentors of underage teams in the club as per Child Protection Guidelines.
Completed forms should be placed in the Garda Westmanstown Gaels post tray in the reception area of the Westmanstown Sports Complex  in a sealed envelope addressed to the Children's Officer Shauna Murphy.

Shauna Murphy can be contacted at 01 440 4200 or at murphyshauna1@gmail.com for any queries or questions regarding Garda Vetting and Child Protection.

                          Code of Behaviour for Members 

                          Give Respect-Get Respect.

PLAYERS SHOULD ALWAYS:

Play fairly,do their best and enjoy themselves.
Respect fellow team members regardless of ability,cultural or ethnic origin,gender,sexual orientation or religious beliefs.
Support fellow team members regardless of whether they do well or not.
Respect their team,their club and their family with pride and dignity.
Respect all Coaches,Referees and Officials and their decisions.
Be gracious in defeat and modest in victory.

PARENTS/GUARDIANS SHOULD ALWAYS:

Respect Referees/Officials decisions and encourage children to do likewise.
Never admonish your own child or any other child for their standard of play.
Show approval for effort,not just results.
Never embarrass a child or use sarcastic remarks towards a player.
Applaud good play from all teams.

Shauna Murphy
Childrens Officer
Garda/Westmanstown Gaels GAA Club,
01 440 4200
murphyshauna1@gmail.com

Please find attached below a process document to assist you in the vetting process;

Vetting Process Document.pdf


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