SINGLE ON-LINE PAYMENTS
Select the Credit Card option.
Select the PayPal option. PayPal can also be used to process Credit Card payments. You do not need to have, or need to open, a PayPal Account to make a one off single payment using a Credit Card.
MONTHLY AUTOMATED ON-LINE PAYMENTS
Select the Credit Card Option and the monthly payment will be automaticaly deducted from your credit card.
Open a PayPal Account to process the automated monthly payment.
Print and fill out the "Registration / Fee Payment" form (which includes a Bank Standing Order form) and return the Bank Standing Order to the Club Treasurer or a Club Officer or to your Bank as appropriate. To download a form CLICK HERE
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GAA AND LGFA RULES (GAA 2.1 (d) / LGFA 41 & 42) REQUIRE THAT ONLY MEMBERS THAT HAVE PAID THEIR MEMBERSHIP CAN BE REGISTERED AS ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATIONS OR THE CLUB.
ONLY PLAYERS THAT ARE REGISTERED AS ACTIVE MEMBERS WITH THE ASSOCIATIONS CAN PARTICIPATE IN TRAINING SESSIONS AND GAMES.
The GAA Injury Benefit Fund Membership year runs from April 1st to March 31st. To be covered by the fund each year members must registered with the club before playing or training each year.
The LGFA Injury Benefit Fund Membership year normally runs from May 1st to April 31st. To be covered by the fund each year members must registered with the club before playing or training each year.
Should any member, player, parent or guardian have a genuine difficulty with paying the registration fee they should contact the club treasurer who will work with them, in strict confidence, to find a resolution. This is the only situation where the club will consider the use funds raised from other memberships or from fundraising efforts to pay for, or contribute towards, a player’s or member’s annual registration fee.
If a team manager, coach or mentor (knowingly or unknowingly) use an unregistered player in a game (and it is identified) the club will forfeit the game and be exposed to a fine.
Should a team manager, coach or mentor knowingly use an unregistered player in a training secession or a challenge game and something goes amiss, such as an injury, the club, the LGFA and the GAA have no liability whatsoever. Any player that misleads an official in charge of a game or training secession in relation to their registration will be personally liable for anything that may occur.