Here you will find information on our Club, Our Policies and Procedures, Our Privacy Policy and Information on Garda Vetting. Use the table of Contents on the left to Navigate to Individual Sections of the page.

Club Membership

Membership fees are a vital source of funding to the club. Membership fees are used by the club throughout the year to cover registration, insurance, referee fees, entry to championships and leagues and facilities maintenance.
Membership fees are as follows;
    • Adult-Playing: €80
    • Adult-Non Playing: €40
    • Student (Requires valid Student ID): €40
    • First Child: €40
    • Second Child: €30 (Total €70)
    • Third Child: €20 (Total €90)
    • Family Membership: €120

All forms should be returned to club registrar Michael Higgins or any committee member.


Committee 2019

Honorary President:
Jim Miller

Executive Committee:
Contact Number
Email Address
 Chairperson: Declan McGrath 086 2237571
 Secretary & Registrar:Michael Higgins
086 3585580
 Mel O'Dowd
Public Relations Officer:
Louise Fitzgerald
 Juvenile Coordinator:John Reilly

Children's Officer:
Maureen Fitzgerald

Extended Committee:
John Kilbride
Brendan Abbey
Liam O'Donovan
Robbie Irvin
Fergal Gilbert
Charlie Sexton
Willie Heffernan
Gabriel Murtagh
Luke Sweeney
Dave Fitzpatrick

Mission and Vision

Mission, Vision and Values of the GAA

The GAA’s values are the heart and soul of our Association. In every club around the world they are what binds us, what makes us unique and what attracts more and more players, members, volunteers and supporters.

1: Mission

The GAA is a volunteer organisation. We develop and promote Gaelic games at the core of Irish identity and culture. We are dedicated to ensuring that our family of games, and the values we live, enrich the lives of our members, families and the communities we serve.
We are committed to active lifelong participation for all and to providing the best facilities. We reach out to and include all members of our society. We promote individual development and well-being and strive to enable all our members achieve their full potential in their chosen roles.
“The GAA is a community based volunteer organisation promoting Gaelic games, culture and lifelong participation ”.

2: Vision

Our vision is that everybody has the opportunity to be welcomed to take part in our games and culture, to participate fully, to grow and develop and to be inspired to keep a lifelong engagement with our Association.
“We welcome everybody to be part of our Association”.

3: Values

Community Identity
Community is at the heart of our Association. Everything we do helps to enrich the communities we serve
We foster a clear sense of identity and place

Amateur Status
We are a volunteer led organisation
All our members play and engage in our games as amateurs
We provide a games programme at all levels to meet the needs of all our players

We welcome everybody to be part of our Association
We are anti sectarian
We are anti racist

We respect each other on and off the playing fields
We operate with integrity at all levels
We listen and respect the views of all Player Welfare
We provide the best playing experience for all our players.
We structure our games to allow players of all abilities reach their potential

Effective teamwork on and off the field is the cornerstone of our Association
Ní neart go cur le chéile (There is no strength without working together)

All Ireland Tickets

One of the key benefits of being a member of Kildangan GAA is the opportunity to attend an All Ireland Hurling or Football Final. Tickets for these events are strictly rationed, every GAA club in Counties not in the All Ireland receives four football and four hurling tickets. All Ireland tickets are usually in short supply. 

Kildangan GAA, in common with all other GAA clubs, have a protocol to ensure fair distribution of these tickets. The main points of this protocol are detailed below.
  1. If the ticket is for an Adult member, who wishes to attend the All Ireland, this member gets preference over all other requests. 
  2. If the number of ticket requests in section (1) exceed the available tickets, a lottery will held for adult members who wish to attend the All Ireland. 
  3. If a surplus of  tickets exist after the application of section (1) and (2) above, tickets will be allotted to Adult members who intend to transfer the ticket to non members wishing to attend the All Ireland.
  4. If the number of ticket requests in section (3) exceed the available tickets, a lottery will held for Adult members who intend to transfer the ticket to non members wishing to attend the All Ireland.. 
  • For 2013, all paid up Adult members as of 31st May 2013 will be eligible to enter the lottery.
  • For 2014 and subsequent years, all paid up Adult members as of 31st March of that year will be eligible to enter the lottery.
  • Requests for tickets must  be submitted  to the Club Secretary at least ten days before the relevant All Ireland, on the relevant form.
  • Successful applicants will be notified seven days before the event.
  • Tickets must be paid for in full on collection.
  • A person must be 16 years or older on the date of the event to qualify as an adult member.
  • Where allocation is by means of a lottery, two committee members will be present for the lottery.
  • Where a ticket is being transferred to a non-member, the Adult member is responsible for ensuring that the request is a bona fide request. In the past, All Ireland tickets have been offered for sale on ebay or by ticket touts. It is up to the member transferring the ticket to ensure that this does not happen. 
  • Tickets must not be sold for more than face value.
  • In the event that there are any unused tickets after the application of sections 1-4 above, the allocation of these unused tickets is at the discretion of the Chairman/Secretary of the day.
  • In any dispute, the Chairman's decision will be final.

Kildangan GAA Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement, Terms of use and Cookies Notice

Kildangan GAA are committed to protecting your privacy and security. 

Please read this Privacy Statement and our Terms of Use carefully so that you are aware of the steps we take to protect your privacy, what information we collect and how we use it now or may use it in the future.

Controllers of information

Any personal information provided to or gathered by is controlled by Kildangan GAA.

Types of information

We retain two types of information:
Personal Information
This is data that identifies you or can be used to identify or contact you and may include your name, date of birth, address, email address, telephone number (mobile and land line).We only collect personal information that is knowingly and voluntarily given. 
Non-Personal Information
Like most websites, we automatically gather statistical and other analytical information collected on an aggregate basis of all visitors to this website. The information obtained in this way is purely statistical and only used in aggregate form – it cannot be used to identify you.

Purposes for Processing

If you submit information to this website and choose to receive further information from us, we may use the information you provide us with for the following purposes:
we monitor customer traffic patterns and site usage to help us to develop the design and layout of the 
personal details may be for purposes such as notifying you of GAA news, events, fixture,ticket, merchandising and player information which we think may be of interest to you;
we will not put any information about you on general release nor will we disclose such information to 
organisations not associated with the GAA.
We employ other companies and individuals to perform functions on our behalf such as delivering packages, analysing data, providing marketing assistance and designing and operating our website.
Such companies and individuals have access to your personal information for the purpose of carrying out this work only. These enterprises will not use your data for any other purpose. Under no circumstances will these enterprises use any additional data about you to which they are party for any other purposes.


We may obtain information about your general internet usage by using a cookie file which is stored on your
browser or the hard drive of your computer. Cookies are widely used in order to make websites work, or work 
more efficiently, as well as to provide in formation to the owners of the website. Cookies contain information that 
is transferred to your computer’s hard drive. They help us to improve this website and to deliver a better and more personalised service. 
Some of the cookies we use are essential for this website to operate. You may block cookies by activating the setting on your browser which allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be to access all or parts of this website. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system will issue cookies as soon you visit this website.


We recognise that we have legal obligations in terms of the collection and use of personal data made available 
to us.This website is provided on an “AS IS” basis and we exclude all warranties or representations of any kind 
with respect to this website or its contents. In particular, we do not warrant or represent that the information 
contained on this website is accurate or up to date.The contents of this website are designed to comply with 
the laws of Ireland and we cannot be held responsible for non-compliance with any local advertising or other laws 
in relation to this website or its contents.

Your Consent

By using our website you consent to collection and use of any information you provide to us by the GAA for the purposes described above. If we decide to change our Privacy Statement, we will post those changes on 
this page.
We recommend you re-visit this page periodically to check for changes.We endeavour to take all reasonable steps to protect your personal data including the use of encryption technology, but cannot guarantee the security of any data you disclose online. You accept the inherent security implications of sending information over the Internet and will not hold us responsible for any breach of security unless we have been negligent.
If you are under the age of 18 you may register on the website to receive newsletters and other information but only with parental or guardian consent.
If you do not wish to receive information about our products and services,or about services offered jointly
with or on behalf of other organisations, you can decline the opportunity during registration. You can request a copy of the personal information we possess and have any inaccuracies corrected.
We may make a charge of €6.35 for providing such information to you.We will request proof of identity before processing such a request. Please make any requests for information to the Club Secretary.

Disclosing Personal information

We may provide non-personal data to third parties,where such information is combined with similar 
information of other users of this website. We will disclose your personal data if we believe in good faith 
that we are required to disclose it in order to comply with any applicable law, a summons, a search warrant, a court or regulatory order or other statutory or legal requirement. Otherwise we will not disclose personal data to third parties unless you have consented to this disclosure or unless the third party requires such personal data to operate this website (in such circumstances, the third party is bound by similar data protection requirements). The third parties to who me may allow access to your personal data include our service providers which require to process such personal data in order to operate this website.

Changes to Privacy Statement

We may change this Privacy Statement from time to time by posting revisions on this website. Each time you 
enter this website you agree that the current version of the Privacy Statement current at that time shall apply to 
all data we hold about you. If you have any queries or concerns about the privacy of your information, or how we use your information, please contact our[club/county].

Terms of Use

Your access to and use of this website is subject to these terms, the website Privacy Statement, the website 
copyright and any other terms contained on this web site (“Terms of Use”), whether or not you become a member of this website.

1) What you must do

1.1 You must use this website in a responsible manner.
1.2 If you are under 18 years of age, you must obtain a parent/guardian’s consent prior to using this website

2) What you must not do

2.1 You must not:
(a) use this website for any activities or post or transmit to or via this website any information or materials which breach any laws or regulations, infringe a third party’s rights, or are contrary to any relevant standards or codes;
(b) use this website in a way or post to or transmit to or via this website any material which interferes with other users or defames, harasses, threatens, menaces,offends or restricts any person or which inhibits any  other user from using or enjoying this website;
(c) make any fraudulent or speculative enquiries, bookings,reservations or requests using this website;
(d) use another’s name, username or password without permission;
(e) post, or transmit via this website, any obscene, indecent, inflammatory or pornographic material or material that could give rise to civil or criminal proceedings;
(f) tamper with, hinder the operation of or make unauthorised modifications to this website;
(g) knowingly transmit any virus or other disabling feature to this website; and
(h) attempt any of the above acts or permit another person to do any of the above acts.

3) Third party content

3.1 Much of the information or advertising related to products, services provided on this website are the products, services and information of parties other than the GAA (“third parties”).
3.2 The third party products, services and information are not provided or endorsed by us and your legal relationship is with the third party supplier.
3.3 We have not checked the accuracy or completeness of the information or the suitability or quality of the information, products and services of the third parties.You must make your own enquiries with the relevant third party supplier direct before relying on the third party information or entering into a transaction in relation to the third party products and services supplied via this website. You should check with the third party supplier whether there are additional charges and terms which may apply.
3.4 We may receive fees and/or commissions from third parties for goods and services of such third parties displayed or made available on this website or accessible through a hyperlink on this website. You acknowledge and consent to us receiving the fees.

4) Prices and products and services are subject to change

4.1 All prices displayed and products and services offered to be supplied on this website are subject to change without notice.

5) Security

5.1 For security reasons we may require you to re-authenticate yourself from time to time, for example after a period of inactivity on the connection between your browser and the website servers.We are not responsible for any information you may lose if the website servers terminate your browser session due to prolonged periods 
of inactivity between your browser and the website servers.

6) Indemnity

6.1 You indemnify us and our officers, employees,agents and related bodies corporate from and against all actions, claims, suits, demands, damages, liabilities, costs or expenses arising out of or in any way connected to the use of this website by you or someone using your name and password. 

7) Use of your information and material

7.1 When you send us any feedback,suggestions, ideas or other materials in relation to or via this website, you agree that we can use, reproduce, publish, modify, adapt and transmit them to others free of charge and without restriction,subject to our obligations in our Privacy Statement.

Garda Vetting

Kildangan GAA Club requires that any individual working with people under the age of 18 years of age be Garda Vetted. 

Garda Vetting is but one part of the overall recommended GAA recruitment and selection procedures for those who work on our behalf in areas of responsibility with children, young people and vulnerable adults, or who may at a later stage seek to work in such areas of responsibility

It is no longer possible or permissible for an individual to have a vetting application processed for themselves. Vetting applications will only be accepted from organisations that have been recognised by the Garda Central Vetting Unit (GCVU) to fulfill such functions.  The GAA is recognised by the GCVU to carry out vetting on behalf of our members and a number of Authorised Signatories have been selected by the GAA to facilitate this role.


The GAA has agreed to the implementation of vetting for all persons who on behalf of the Association work in any capacity with children and young people in the delivery of our games or activities.  In effect this means that any person working on behalf of the Association or on behalf of any of our clubs with people under the age of 18 years of age will be required to be vetted.


For more information and to download a GAA e-Vetting Form Click Here

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association administers the Garda Vetting checks of all persons who on behalf of the LGFA work in any capacity with children, young people and vulnerable adults.

This service is but one part of the overall recommended recruitment and selection procedures for those who on our behalf work in areas of responsibility with children and young people, or who may do at a later stage.

For more information on the Vetting Process please see Section 4 (pdf)of the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Young Players booklet.

For more information and to download a LGFA Vetting Form Click Here