Life begins at 40….ticket number 40 in the Annual Club Draw!
Congratulations to Declan Doyle winner of a brand new Kia Picanto!
Thanks to all who supported the Draw, and to our great friends at Airton Kia!
Congrats also to our 6 winners of €1,000:
The 4 Amigos (Paddy Fitzmaurice)
And our 6 winners of €500:
On behalf of the Irish Rugby Football Union, Aon design and manage a range of insurances for all individuals whilst active in rugby in Ireland. The Irish Rugby Football Union arranges Group Personal Accident cover for all players and certain officials who are members of affiliated Clubs.
Further information regarding insurance is available by contacting the IRFU’s insurance brokers, Aon on 01 2666 400. Or for more details please visit: http://www.irishrugby.ie/club/clubhouse/insurance.php
As we look to the future, and building on the hugely successful legacy of Vision 2020 – we’ll be hosting the next wave of our future-proofing for the Club with Vision 2030. Our first meeting will take place on November 8th – SAVE THE DATE! We want to to hear your ideas! More details to follow.
The SAFE Rugby Level 1 course is specifically targeted at non-medical club and school coaches, players, referees and parents. Following the same key principles as the other levels, it is very user friendly and allows plenty of time to have all of those questions that you had stowed away to be answered by our instructors.
SAFE Rugby has been designed to provide a standardised method of assessment and management of the initial stages of injuries occurring in rugby. Our programme recognises the fact that most people involved in rugby will only deal very occasionally with a significant injury. Our step by step, practical approach will ensure that the participant is confident and competent in looking after all eventualities until professional help arrives.
The SAFE Rugby techniques are adapted from emergency medicine and pre hospital emergency care best practices and are taught by highly experienced and skilled pre hospital care practitioners and senior medical staff from a variety of specialities including anaesthesia, orthopaedics and emergency medicine.
SAFE Rugby courses at all levels include Basic Life Support / Advisory External Defibrillation training and certification by the Irish Heart Foundation as well as a SAFE Rugby certificate from the IRFU, both valid for 2 years. Core skills include the initial approach to an injured player, managing suspected spinal and head injuries, managing fractures and joint injuries and concussion awareness. The instructor / participant ratio is normally 1:6 which allows for plenty of skills practice. The training days are mostly practical in nature and have been extremely well received by all those who have attended.
Terenure College Rugby Football Club is committed to protecting the personal data we hold about you and with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we are taking the opportunity to update our Data Protection Notice and provide you with further information about your personal data rights and how we use your information.
How we use your information
We use your personal data to facilitate your engagement with Terenure College Rugby Football Club and to help us run the administration of our club. For further information, please see our updated Data Protection Notice here: TCRFC GDPR 2018-2
If you have any queries in relation to our processing of personal data, including how to exercise your rights under the GDPR, please consult our Data Protection Notice above or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.