SAFE RETURN TO TRAINING - 11 June 2020
On 8 June the FAI issued its Safer Return to Training Protocol for all clubs. On 9 June the club Committee met to discuss how best to implement the protocol for Baldoyle United.
The club decided:
1. To appoint Helen Galgey as Lead Covid Compliance Officer for the club.
2. From Mon 15 June: Senior teams (LSL) can resume training under the protocol. LSL currently due to recommence 2019/20 season on 28 August.
3. From Mon 29 June: Underage teams can return to training on a phased basis. The new NDSL and MGL season does not start until 4/5 September.
Every player will be required to complete a Covid Return form before any training. Further details available at:
Any training must take place on club astro and there is no team training in public parks until further notice. Please contact your manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Along with our new website we have launched a new YOUTUBE Chanel of our own - BUTV-Baldoyle
We have a put up a few Baldoyle United videos from recent years there and will be adding more over the next few weeks.
Training by Zoom - 10 May 2020
Coronavirus hasn't stopped Baldoyle United Under 9s from practicing their skills. Coaches Eoin Leeson, Barry Byrne and Sean Russell have set up weekly 30-minute training sessions by ZOOM. The boys join the session from the safety of their own gardens and the coaches put them through their paces. It's all finished off with a fun quiz.
U16 girls coach Justin Reilly has also used Padlet, Strava and coach education webinars to help develop his team.
It's a fantastic initiative from the lads and we hope to see other coaches doing it over the next few weeks.
Under 12s win North Leinster SFAI Cup
Baldoyle United U12s are Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland Nth Leinster Cup winners. The boys beat a very strong Skerries Town side 2-1 at the Oscar Traynor Centre in Coolock. Cheered on by a large Baldoyle crowd the boys conceded the first goal but showed great spirit to equalise before half time. A key moment in the game came early in the second half. A penalty awarded to Skerries was brilliantly saved by Oisin. Then with 10 minutes left a cross from Aaron found Kit at the back post who stuck it away in the corner to give Baldoyle a 2-1 win. A fantastic achievement for the team and the club. Huge credit to coaches Sinead McKenna and Paul Lally, and everyone involved in coaching the boys over the last few years. Pictures and videos on our Facebook site