In 2016 we set up a sub-committee for Health and Wellbeing. The role of the Committee is to assist the club in supporting the health and wellbeing of all club members and, where possible, the local community.

This is facilitated by communicating and signposting information and guidance which, in line with GAA headquarters, targets 5 main areas: training and personal development; drug, alcohol and gambling addictions; community development; mental fitness; nutrition and healthy eating.

We have also recently formed links with the Irish Support Agency to help promote and support each other’s activities.

Michael Cusacks Health & Wellbeing Pack

Within this Health & Wellbeing Pack you will find useful information and resources that are available to you whilst you stay in Australia. Download the pdf, or ask your Player Rep to provide with a copy of this pack.

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Surviving & Thriving in Australia

Travelling abroad for any extended period of time, whether by choice or through necessity, brings with it great opportunities but also many challenges. Download this information pack to equip yourself with very useful tips for living in Australia.

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Irish Support Agency

The Irish Support Agency NSW Inc. has been serving the Irish Community in Sydney and New South Wales since 1995. Whether you need a friendly voice, a helping hand or something more tangible to get you back on track, you can get in touch today.

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Crosscare Migrant Project

Have you recently left Ireland to live abroad? Or have you recently moved back to Ireland from abroad? Get in touch with the team at Crosscare Migrant Project to find out about the great free services they provide.

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It is mandatory for all Men’s and Ladies Football players to wear a mouth guard both during training and in games. Custom-fitted mouth guards offer the best protection against dental and oral injury. Speak to your club player rep for more info.

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Defibrillator Information

Our club has two defibrillators, to ensure there is one at every club training throughout the season. Players will be made aware of the individual responsible for each defib. A trained facilitator will speak with each code about an emergency situation.

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