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Club Registration 2014

posted 5 Feb 2014, 15:34 by Donal Travers   [ updated 27 Feb 2014, 00:09 ]
Friday 28th February 2014 - 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.

There will be one final opportunity to avail of full membership of Rathcoffey GAA for 2014, on Friday evening, 28th February.  This year, after considerable debate at the AGM, it was decided to alter how the club raises money through membership and associated income.  It has been decided to discontinue the practice of collecting €2 per child at each underage training session.  As a result, the membership options and rates have changed to reflect the different forms of membership that the club can cater for and to ensure that the club has enough subscription-based revenue to contribute to its ongoing and substantial running costs.   Rathcoffey GAA has some of the best facilities in Co. Kildare; we hope that you will continue to support the club as it continues to plan for the future with the development of additional pitches and the maintenance of its top class facilities. 

Please come along to the club house, this Friday evening 28th February, between 7pm and 8.30pm to register you or your family for 2014.
Membership Rates for 2014

 Player Membership         €75
 Student Player     €40
 Individual Membership (non-player) €50
 Couple Membership (non-player) €70
 Family Membership     €100
 Juvenile Individual Membership €50
 OAP (single or couple)     €20
 Social Membership (individual) €30
 Social Membership (couple) €50

 What does your membership subscription contribute to? 
  • Light and heat for the sports and social facilities
  • Club maintenance (pitch maintenance, sports hall, painting, repairs, health and safety upgrades)
  • Team expenses - nursery / underage / senior
  • Insurance (facilities, players, mentors and public liability)
  • Equipment maintenance and upgrades
  • Facilities upgrades, drainage & new pitch developments
What does Social Membership mean?

SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP entitles adults (>18's) to the use of the club facilities such as the bar, without having to be signed in.  However, social membership is not full membership.  It does not entitle you to influence the running of the club at the AGM or at an EGM.  Social members are not included in the annual draw for All-Ireland Football and Hurling final tickets.