Castledaly GAA would like to thank our patrons and members for their understanding and patience in these difficult times and
Castledaly is a small club, nestled close to the Offaly border between Athlone and Moate, with a proud tradition of perseverance in the face of adversity. A completely rural club, Castledaly is located in the south of Co. Westmeath. In 2011, Castledaly had a total population of approximately 1180 people in its catchment area (according to CSO figures).
Battling against the odds has made success difficult but all the sweeter when tasted. The GAA Club has been the dominant figure in Castledaly life over the past 75 years and has been a binding force in the lives of so many people in the community. There are very few people hailing from this district that wouldn’t be someway affected by Gaelic football in their everyday lives.
In Castledaly Gaelic Athletic Association we are committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all young people who wish to participate in our Gaelic Games and activities. We will take all practicable steps to protect them from discernible forms of abuse, from harm, discrimination or degrading treatment and shall respect their rights, wishes and feelings. Every player, parent, coach, mentor and volunteer who registers with Castledaly GAA Club will be asked to abide by our code of behaviour so we are urging you to be aware and read it carefully.
It is all of our responsibility to ensure that best practice is implemented in Castledaly GAA Club. The Executive Committee of Castledaly GAA is committed to ensuring that we follow the GAA “Code of Behaviour Underage” which is the code of best practice for all persons working with young people and vulnerable adults. We have nominated a Children’s’ Officer and Designated Person to ensure full implementation of the clubs Child Protection and Welfare
Child Protection Officers – Niamh Doyle & Jack Higgins
The Castledaly GAA Club Fundraising Lotto draws which run on a weekly basis play a huge part in the Clubs fundraising efforts. You can now offer your support by playing online. Enter your lines of numbers for up to a year in one go, you need never miss a draw again! When playing online you will receive the Lotto results and club news updates by email after each draw has taken place.
We encourage all of our friends and supporters to play the Castledaly GAA Club fundraising lottery. We also hope that we can all work together to promote this lotto and help get back in touch with all friends, members & ex-members of the Club, from Castledaly, Co. Westmeath, who may now be living all over Ireland and the world. Your continued support is much appreciated and we wish you good luck in future draws.
Best of Luck,
Castledaly GAA Club Lotto Committee
If you’re not in, you can’t win
Our Membership fees are an integral part of the finances of our club. We have membership options which cater to individual players, social and supporting members along with competitively priced family options. Club membership is important to ensure players are registered with our club and respective GAA bodies, the club incurs a number of annual charges per player from our governing bodies, insurance, etc. which membership fee’s directly cover.
Stay up to date with our latest Castledaly GAA Club news and notes. We’ll keep you informed on up-coming fixtures, latest results, some match reports, latest lotto winners etc.
If you’re not it, you can’t win – Buy 7 tickets – Get 1 free!