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Name: conrad
13/2/2010
Re: Coopers Helmets

From the 1st January 2010, the following applies to  all players at all levels up to and including Senior grade:

(a) In all Hurling Games and Hurling Practice Sessions it is mandatory for all players to wear helmets with a facial guard.

(b) Helmets shall be approved for use on the basis of compliance with standards and tests
     set out in IS:355 as determined by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI).

Currently the approved helmets are the Mycro, Marc and Azzurri.  

The GAA Injury Scheme will only operate for hurling injuries if the injured player was wearing an approved helmet.

-------from antrim county board website:note that it only covers these helmets coopers are not allowed
Name: Joe Robinson
12/2/2010
Are you aloud to wear the old coopers for hurling or have they been banned?
Name: Kevin Mc Veagh
11/2/2010
Many thanks to the twenty three people who turn up for training last night . It was most enjoyable for me to take. This is more like it but there are still some players not turning up . Their loss.See you Sunday
Name: Kevin Lynch
10/2/2010
Kevin I have passed your observation on the the club secretary
Name: Pearse McCormick
9/2/2010
Guys.
Just letting you know that physiotherapy sessions are no longer covered by the GAA insurance scheme. This means that if you're attending a physio for any pulls or strains you're going to have to pay for it yourself - clubs won't be getting billed anymore.
Name: Mick
8/2/2010
Hurling helmets will arrive tommorrow, the batch was depatched today, and should be with me either tommorrow night or wednesday morning.
Name: Mick
8/2/2010
Re Helmets,
Lads the order is in, i have phoned the guy again towards the end of last week.  ill phone before the end of the day to see if there is an update.  thats as far as i know!
Name: conor compston
5/2/2010
no problem Granda
Name: RAYMOND SNR
5/2/2010
CONOR, I HAVE GOT THE LAPTOP
WORKING NOW THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

ANGELA AND ANN SORTED OUT THE CONNECTION. WHEN I NEED HELP, I KNOW WERE TO GO TO.
Name: Donal Rooney
5/2/2010
Here mick any idea of when the helmets will be ready??
Name: Kevin Mc Veagh
5/2/2010
Hi Kevin I have sent this to Chris
Name: Pearse McCormick
4/2/2010
Guys

Belfast City Council is running a Sports Development Conference on the 25th February, at the Holiday Inn. I can email the flyer to any of the committee if you're interested. It's a fiver a head or 15 for 4 delegates.
There's merit in the club sending a few reps to this, not just because its a good conference, but also because the Council is about to employ a consultancy firm to put together a 3 year development plan for about 20 clubs in Belfast. I'm sure the club would be interested in being one of the 20 clubs so it would be good to get our faces seen at an early stage. The development plans won't cost the clubs anything!

Name: Kevin mc Veagh
2/2/2010
Training Wednesday at Queens.Would it be remotely possible to get a turnout. Many Thanks
Name: Mick
2/2/2010
I have yourself and young Niall both recorded singing irelands Call and the Glens of Antrim.  Im trying to get them downloaded onto the site for all to see.  Good Man yourself.
Name: Raymond Sr
2/2/2010
Thanks to everybody in
Casement last friday night.
had a great time. Saturday
was'ent that good.
Getting to old.
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