Report Injuries to Club Secretary
O’Dwyers Injury Scheme Process
- Head mentors must notify BOTH Club and Juvenile Secretary by completing the ‘Clubs Injury Reporting’ form below if a player gets injured during a training session or match.
- If the injury occurs during a match, the mentor must ensure that
- The injury is recorded in the referee report.
- If a mentor, is notified only after a game of injury, the mentor must contact the referee straight away to have it recorded into his/ her report.
- The relevant Secretary will record injury for club administrations.
- The Club/Juvenile Secretary will make contact with player over 18 or a parent under the age of 18.
- The GAA insurance process will be explained to the player or parent of a Juvenile Player
- Club or Juvenile Secretary will assist the claimant with the forms and the process
Further information on In the Injury Schemes are available here: the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Player Injury Scheme
It is important to note that All Claims will be subject to rigorous scrutiny including:
- The player must be registered on the GAA Injury Fund (this is date/time stamped)
- Only injuries that arise from an Official training/match event will be considered – Mentor must sign the declaration.
- Secretary must sign a declaration
- County Board must sign the declaration
- An official letter signed by the secretary must be provided
- All required documents must be completed in full
- The claim must be submitted within the 60-day deadline