Season News (13th Aug)
August 13, 2020
***** All information below subject to Government and FAI Covid-19 protocols *****
****(Contact for any Covid -19 issues in Munster Senior League is
Sean O Sullivan (Hon.Secretary) 087 9046870 firstname.lastname@example.org )****
Leagues proper for season 2020/21
Senior Prem: 2 relegated.
Senior 1st: 2 Promoted - 2 relegated
Senior 2nd: 3 Promoted, 1st and 2nd auto promoted, 3rd play 6th and 4th play 5th - winner's play-off for 3rd promotion spot.
Junior Prem: 2 relegated.
Junior 1st: 2 Promoted - 2 relegated.
Junior 2nd: 2 Promoted - 2 relegated.
Junior 3rd: 2 Promoted.
We will continue to communicate by email or by phone for the foreseeable future, should you have any queries please contact the Hon. Secretary.
Sean O Sullivan
Munster Senior League
email@example.com 087 9046870
Registration issues: contact Hon. Registrar Leslie Doyle via email
( firstname.lastname@example.org ) in relation to all matters concerning registration.
Notifications of Changes / Clarifications to Laws of the Game 2020 - 2021.
Social Media policy : Each Affiliated club has overall responsibility for the effective implementation and operation of a Social Media Policy.
FAI Social Media policy and templates are available on the FAI website.
2 rules from FAI Rule book 2019 (Currently in force) which may be used to process a complaint.
RULE 18. BRINGING THE GAME INTO DISREPUTE
Any Member or Participant who has brought the game of football or the FAI into disrepute by any means, written, verbal, by action or otherwise shall be sanctioned with a suspension and/or fine and/or a ban on performing any football related activity or other sanction deemed appropriate.
RULE 19. DISPARAGING COMMENTS AND/OR ACTIONS
1. Public comment and/or actions of the following nature may result in disciplinary sanction:
a) Comments and/or actions which are offensive or threatening in any way and/or;
b) Comments and/or actions causing damage to the game or the FAI or bringing the game or the FAI into disrepute and/or;
c) Unsubstantiated allegations or comments which question the integrity of any person or body or are disparaging in any way;
d) Publication of material which questions the integrity of any person or body or are disparaging in any way.
Garda Vetting: It is a statutory requirement under the National Vetting Act (Children and Vulnerable Persons) 2012 to 2016,
that all individuals, volunteers or paid, working with Children (U18) and Vulnerable Persons have completed Garda vetting clearance
before engaging with an Organisation or services. The Munster Senior League permits players from the Cork Youth Leagues to participate
within our league therefore it is required all volunteers/coaches/committee members to be garda vetted.
Each affiliated club has overall responsibility for the effective operation of Garda vetting within their respective club.
Updates on any new FAI or Government Protocols will be issued to clubs as they arrive.