Connacht Rugby Vision & Strategy Document
Safeguarding Links and Documents
Medical Links and Documents
Learn more about player welfare with this great resource from World Rugby.
The Irish Rugby Football Union fully recognises the need and its responsibility to remain vigilant at all times to the threat of performance enhancing drugs in the sport and implements
It is the Connacht Branch and IRFU policy that anyone working with or having access to children under the age of 18 to be Garda Vetted. Clubs should undertake to get
Click on the link below to download Official IRFU Codes of Conduct for Players, Coaches and Fans alike.
Once a commitment to the IRFU Child Welfare Policy has been enshrined within a club’s constitution, then all rules and regulations will stem from this. The way we work with
The IRFU is committed to the enjoyment of rugby by young people. It values and encourages the participation of parents, guardians, teachers, “Sports Leaders” and volunteers in the participation of
Safe Rugby The SAFE Rugby, Standard Approach to Field Emergencies in Rugby – programme aims to provide rugby specific, pitch side emergency care training and skills to medical staff and