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Mouthguard Usage 2014

posted 10 Feb 2014, 14:12 by Kissee Wardlaw
Skellig Rangers GAA club executive met on Wednesday January 23rd and on the subject of mouth guards the executive decided unanimously that Skellig Rangers Club are making it mandatory that all club players adhere to the rules of the association in regards to mouth guards

• Gaelic footballers in all age grades must wear a mouth guard from January 1st 2014
• It is the responsibility of each individual player to use a mouthguard
• A properly fitted mouth guard is the best available protective device for reducing the incidence and severity of sports-related dental injuries
• Players can be sent-off in a game for not wearing a mouth guard
• Players will not be covered under the GAA player injury scheme if they don’t comply with the mouth guard rule
• No Mouth guard? No Game!