Child Protection Committee:

Sean Waldron (Club Chairman)

Suzanne Barry (Website Administrator)

Sean will also be our Child Protection Officer, and can be contacted on 086 6014584

Our Club Coaches, Martin Currie and Paddy Byrne have also been successfully vetted by the National Garda Vetting Bureau.



Juniors are expected to:

  • Enjoy their chess activity
  • Behave acceptably and listen to the supervisors and chess coach
  • Respect club officials and club equipment
  • Refrain from using bad language and racial/sectarian references
  • Refrain from bullying and rough/dangerous play
  • Respect other children and adults
  • Keep safe
  • Report inappropriate behaviour and risky situations
  • Play fairly
  • Respect officials and accept decisions
  • Show appropriate loyalty and be gracious in defeat
  • Respect opponents and team mates
  • Not cheat
  • Not use violence

Juniors have the right to:

  • Safety
  • Be listened to
  • Respect
  • Privacy
  • Enjoyment of sport in a safe environment
  • Protection from abuse
  • Equality and fair involvement
  • Experience competition and a healthy desire to win
  • Be believed
  • Ask for help

Any misdemeanours and general misbehaviour will be dealt with by the immediate supervisors / coaches and reported to the Child Protection Officer where deemed necessary. Persistent misbehaviour will result in dismissal from the club. Parents/Guardians will be informed. Dismissal can be appealed with final decisions taken by the full club committee.

Naomh Barrog Chess Club
October 2019