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The GAA has the largest membership of any sports organization in Ireland. When one becomes a member of a GAA club, they become part of the GAA family and part of a great community based organization that continues to enhance the lives of so many people.
In order for one to become a member of the GAA (Association), one must first become a member of a GAA club. A person can apply for membership of Killavullen club by approaching the membership officer or any committee member or completing the attached membership form.
Killavullen GAA Club membership rates for 2021 (No change from 2020) are as follows;
|Adult Working Player||€100|
|Student / Apprentice / Unemployed Player||€50|
|Ordinary Working member||€50|
|OAP / Unemployed member||€30|
|Gym Supplement to ordinary membership||€30|
|Family membership ( 2 Adults and 2 or more children)||€150|
|Working Couple Membership ||€90 |
Due to the precarious nature of the club finances, as outlined in the AGM of the club, on the 3rd December 2020, the club would earnestly hope that members of the club support the club, by partaking in the Club Lotto, and / or supporting the new Rebel Bounty Draw, that was launched officially on the 4th December 2020.
Paid up members will be entered in a draw for free tickets to league and championship games in this venue, to utilize the Premium level tickets, that Killavullen GAA has acquired in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Contact: Sean Turner @ 086-6015779 or John O Donovan @ 086- 3934232
GAA Club Gym
Please Note: The Gym is ONLY available for use by members who are in their 17th Year. - (Turning 17 that coming year).
Anyone caught leaving non-members or underage individuals into the Gym will have their Access revoked. This is being closely monitored by the Executive Committee. This is due to Insurance reasons.
For access please contact the Club Membership Officer
Juvenile & Family Membership Application Form
Adult Membership Application Form (.pdf, 136kb)
Family - Juvenile Membership (.pdf, 106kb)
Code of Behaviour
Click on the link below to read details of Killavullen GAA Clubs code of behavior
Code of Behaviour (.pdf, 882kb)
Injury Benefit & Claims Procedures
Click on link below for details regarding Killavullen Hurling & Football Club Injury Benefit Fund
2021 GAA Injury Benefit Fund Summary Document - Club and County Final Version.pdf
GAA Injury Claim Form (.pdf, 185kb)
Data Protection legislation is intended to protect the right to privacy of individuals and seeks to ensure that Personal Information is used appropriately by third parties that may have it. In essence Data Protection relates to any information that can be used to identify a living person such as Name, Date of Birth, Address, Phone Number, Email Address, Membership Number, photographs etc., The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is new EU legislation that comes into effect on May 25th 2018. It very clearly sets out the ways in which the privacy rights of every EU citizen must be protected and the ways in which a person's 'Personal Data' can and can't be used. It places the onus on the person or entity that collects a person's information to comply with the legislation and to demonstrate compliance.
Data Protection can be summarised in the following 8 'rules'
- Obtain and process the information fairly
- Keep it only for one or more specified and lawful purpose
- Process it only in ways compatible with the purpose for which it was given to you initially
- Keep it safe and secure
- Keep it accurate and up-to-date
- Ensure that it is adequate, relevant and not excessive
- Retain it no longer than is necessary for the specified purpose or purposes
- Give a copy of his/her personal data to any individual, on request
Every person must give their consent for their data to be collected and processed for a specific reason. This request is included on your Membership Form and is obtained for the purposes of registering players and members with their respective associations. Data that has been collected from our members for the purposes of registration will not be shared with third parties and will be kept solely for the purposes for which it is obtained.
Important Notification As It Would Apply To The GAA
The following Privacy Information is being provided to you as outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation. It is intended to inform you of how the Personal Information provided on this form will be used, by whom and for what purposes. If you are unclear on any aspect of this form, or want any further information, please contact the GAA’s Data Protection Officer (01 8658600 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Who is the data controller?
The Club and the GAA are Joint Data Controllers of the Personal Data and contact details for the Club are as follows [Club Name, Address, Phone / email].
Who is the Data Protection Officer for the GAA and the Club?
Details of the GAA’s Data Protection Officer are available on the GAA’s website gaa.ie/dataprotection. You can contact our Data Protection Officer by emailing email@example.com or by calling 01 8658600, if you have any questions or wish to make any request in relation to your personal data.
What is the purpose of processing my Personal Data?
The purpose for processing your Personal Data is that it is necessary for the performance of a contract in order to register and maintain your membership with the Club and the GAA. The purpose is also to keep you informed of GAA events and fundraisers. We will only use your personal data for this second purpose if you have provided your explicit consent for this by ticking the boxes on this form and indicated your contact preferences and signed below those boxes. If you provide your child’s medical information and your explicit consent for the Club to process this information this information shall only be processed for the purpose of administering medical assistance and where necessary the information provided shall be shared with qualified medical practitioners.
Will anyone else receive a copy of my Personal Data?
Your Personal Data can be accessed by certain members of the County Committees, Provincial Councils and the Central Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association in connection with their administrative functions. This will be done in accordance with our data protection policy only.
In the event of an injury or insurance claim, details of your claim which will include your Personal Data will be passed to the GAA’s Insurance underwriters,
- GAA Benefit Claims Team
2 Dublin Landings,
North Wall Quay
North Dock Dublin,
Where is your Personal Data stored?
Your personal data will be stored in the Club and electronically on the GAA Membership Database which is provided by Foireann
Who is Foireann
The Servasport Games Management System is being replaced with a new system called Foireann (which is the Irish word for Team). This new system brings better functionality for both Clubs and their members including Online Membership subscriptions, on-line payments, streamlined communications, team management, event management, Health Questionnaires and attendance recording. Foireann is a “data processor” who hosts the database on which your information is stored. We have a contract in place with Foireann Limited to ensure your Personal Data is stored safely and securely.
How long will your Personal Data be stored for?
Your Personal Data will be held for the duration of your Membership and it will be deleted by us shortly thereafter in the event that you resign your Membership or you are expelled in accordance with the Official Guide. However, we may retain your Personal Data after your Membership ceases if we decide that it is strictly necessary and proportionate to do so in the circumstances in accordance with our data retention policy.
How can I obtain a copy of the Personal Data held by the Club/GAA?
You have the right to request a copy of all of your Personal Data and can do so by contacting us. This information will be provided to you within one month.
What are my privacy rights relating to my Personal Data?
You also have the right to have your Personal Data updated, rectified, or deleted if you so wish. You have the right to object to your Personal Data being processed and to withdraw your consent to processing - You can do so by contacting us at the details above.
Where can I get further information?
Further information regarding your rights can be obtained through the Data Protection Commission, Canal House, Station Road, Portarlington, Co. Laois, or on the website www.dataprotection.ie
How do I make a complaint or report a breach?
Should you wish to make a complaint or report a breach in relation to your Personal Data, you can do so by emailing the Data Protection Commission using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org