Your Club Membership can be paid online here by Credit or Debit Card.
The available membership plans are listed below and you can pay your membership by clicking on the Pay Membership button.
“PARISH RULES APPLY”
“The GAA operates on a parish basis and you must live in the parish of Dunshaughlin-Culmullen as shown below to become a member of Dunshaughlin & Royal Gaels.”
See Parish Map below for list of the 43 Townlands of Dunshaughlin Parish.
Map courtesy of Jim Gilligan, Black & Amber.
The membership year runs from January 1st to December 31st and memberships must be paid in advance of any member commencing training with the club or using any of the club’s facilities. There is an option to pay in 3 equal monthly instalments, provided the first instalment is paid not later than March 2021.
Last June the club decided to reduce fees by 50% for those who had not already paid their membership due to the Covid lockdown. Those who had already paid the full membership fee last year will benefit from the 50% reduction this year, if they wish to avail of it. If you already availed of the 50% discount in 2020, you will pay full fees this year.
Those entitled to the reduction this year will receive a discount code for use when paying. The code will be unique to you, and can be used once only. It will be sent to the email address that is registered to your clubforce account. If you have changed your email account recently or have not received your code please contact club secretary Jim Gilligan at email@example.com or 086-8291816.
Membership Closing Date is 31st March 2021.
Anyone having difficulty affording membership should contact any of the following in confidence. Club chairman, Colum Bracken on 087 8548532, secretary, Jim Gilligan on 0868291816 or PRO Andrew Smith on 086 2524280.
Available Membership Plans
Members of the Dunshaughlin & Royal Gaels Club undertake to further the aims and objectives of the Club, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Cumann Lúthchleas Gael (The Gaelic Athletic Association) and to abide by its rules. That includes rules regarding catchment area, or the “Parish rule” provided for in Coiste Contae na Mí Fo- Dlighte (Meath Bye-law 14) that “Competitions shall be on a strict Parish basis except where otherwise provided for in these bye laws or in the Official Guide. No team can play any boy/girl who lives outside the parish unless permission to play has been granted by County Committee. If a boy/girl is attending a school outside the Parish but returning home he/she can assist his Parish team.