GAA Sports and Mouthguards

Mouthguards, also known as gum shields are mandatory for players in all age grades, in all Gaelic football practice sessions and games.

Mouthguards have been mandatory for players in grades up to Minor since 2013 and applies to all age grades since January 1st 2014.

• Gaelic footballers in all age grades must wear a mouthguard from January 1st 2014
• It is the responsibility of each individual player to use a mouthguard
• A properly fitted mouthguard is the best available protective device for reducing the incidence and severity of sports-related dental injuries
• Players can be sent-off in a game for not wearing a mouthguard
• Players will not be covered under the GAA player injury scheme if they don’t comply with the mouthguard rule
• No Mouthguard? No Game!

South Kildare Dental Practice have supplied Mouth Guards to the Kildare minor team and the Athy team.

Doctor Patrick O’Brien’s Dental Practice is located in the Monread Dental Medical Practice at the Monread Centre, Monread Avenue, Naas, Co Kildare

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