St Aloysius Sports Complex

bghMISSION STATEMENT

St Aloysius College Sports and Recreational Complex aims to develop its members’ mind, body and spirit, by enhancing the quality of life through physical activity thus guiding future generations to a healthier lifestyle.

Our Christian values drive our mission to provide indoor and outdoor sport facilities as well as quality pastoral care to College students, their families and the wider community.

We strive to provide excellence in the formation of our members in leading meaningful lives with and for others.

FACILITIES

  • Health and fitness centre
  • 11-a-side FIFA approved synthetic Football Pitch
  • Six-lane IAAF approved Athletics Track
  • Indoor multi-purpose pavilion for handball, volleyball, netball, basketball, badminton and futsal
  • Aerobics/Dance studios
  • Physiotherapy Room
  • Conference Room
  • Cafeteria
  • Two outdoor tennis courts


OPERATIONAL HOURS

SPECIAL OPENING HOURS FOR THE COVID-19 TRANSITION PHASE CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING HERE

The following are the normal opening hours (pre-COVID-19 restrictions):

  • MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS – 15:00 hrs and 22:30 hrs
  • SATURDAYS and PUBLIC HOLIDAYS falling on a weekday – 07:00 hrs and 17:00 hrs
  • SUNDAYS closed

PLEASE NOTE THAT SPECIAL MEASURES ARE IN PLACE regarding new responsibilities and duties in observing the obligatory mitigation conditions issued under the Public Health Act. Click here for full instructions.

STANDARDS OF CONDUCT

On being accepted to make use of the facilities, members assume new responsibilities. Among these are the following:

  • Proper behaviour is expected from every member on or around the premises of the Sports Complex. Respect should be shown to members of other social, religious or political leanings;
  • The property of others is to be respected. This includes care for the environment, furniture and equipment. All damage done should be reported immediately. Members are also requested to inform the Management if any article or fixture is found broken, damaged or missing. Property damaged will be replaced or repaired and the expenses charged to the guilty party or parties. The Management, whose decision is final, may also impose a fine according to the circumstances. Malicious damage will be subject to disciplinary action.
  • Cleanliness is to be respected. Care must be taken to avoid leaving personal belongings or litter lying about the premises of the Sports Complex or grounds.
  • Vigilance is kept against any damage to property. Nevertheless, the Management does not accept any liability for the loss of or damage to the property and/or personal belongings on the part of the members or for any damage caused by members to one another within the confines of the Sports Complex premises or grounds. It is not advisable to leave valuable articles in the locker/changing rooms. A safe deposit is available in the instructor’s room.
  • The proper sports wear (kit and shoes) are to be worn while making use of the facilities. The Management may object to any kit, which it considers inappropriate. Spike shoes with spikes longer than 6,, are not allowed on the track. Spikes for field events should not exceed 9mm. Football shoes with metal studs are not allowed. Football boots (with studs) are not allowed on the Athletics Track.
  • No food or drink (except water and energy drinks in unbreakable bottles), are allowed in specified areas of the Sports Complex. Particularly in the Health and Fitness Centre, the Aerobics studio, the Multi-Purpose Pavilion, the Football Pitch and the Athletics Track.
  • Glass bottles are strictly prohibited on the track and/or football pitches. Chewing of gum is also prohibited in the premises or grounds.
  • Athletes are expected to observe the ‘lane code’ of the Track: Lane 6 – for warming up or jogging; Lanes 5 & 4 – for sprinting; Lanes 3 & 2 – for repetition running (longer runs); Lane 1 – for specific users as approved by the Management.
  • Smoking is not permitted in the Sports Complex. It is strictly prohibited to smoke on the Athletics track or Football Pitch. Smoking is only permitted in the open-air areas.
  • Children are allowed into the common areas of the Sports Complex only if accompanied by members/patrons and are to be regarded as their dependants. Children are not allowed to run about on the premises or grounds of the Sports Complex.
  • Rude, vulgar and obscene language or behaviour is strictly forbidden at all times on or around the premises of the Sports Complex.
  • Parking in front of the entrance gates, in the reserved bay, or parking overnight in the Car Park is not permitted. The Management does not accept any liability for the loss or damage to any car or property left in the Car Park.

No Subscriber is absolved from the effect of these regulations on disclaiming any knowledge of them for any reason.

HEALTH AND FITNESS CENTRE MEMBERSHIP FEES (incl. Use of Athletics Track)

Adults (20+ years)
12 months – €210
6 months – €163
3 months – €105 

Juniors (14-19 years)
12 months – €163
6 months – €128
3 months – €82

Couple (Married Couple)
12 months – €326
6 months – €233
3 months – €186

*SAC students (14+ years)
12 months – €116
6 months – €93
3 months – €58

Parents of SAC students (both)
12 months – €116
6 months – €93
3 months – €58

*SAC staff spouses
12 months – €116

6 months – €93

3 months – €58

One Workout (day member)           €8 p/person 

*SAC students – during school hours and till 4:30pm free of charge

SAC staff – free of charge

ATHLETICS TRACK MEMBERSHIP FEES (incl. Use of Changing Rooms)

Adults (20+ years)
12 months – €105

6 months – €70

3 months – €58

Juniors (14-19 years) 

12 months – €82

6 months – €58

3 months – €47

Couple (Married Couple)

12 months – €150

6 months – €105

3 months – €80

*SAC students (14+ years)

12 months – €58

6 months – €47

3 months – €35

Parents of SAC students (both)

12 months – €58

6 months – €47

3 months – €35

*SAC staff spouses

12 months – €58

6 months – €47

3 months – €35

One session (aprx. 90 min)  – €5 p/person.  

*SAC students – during school hours and till 4:30 p.m. free of charge

SAC staff – free of charge

FOOTBALL PITCH RATES

Half Pitch  (7-a-side)
€46.50 for 60 mins
€58.00 for 90 mins

Full Pitch (11-a-side)
€93.00 for 60 mins
€116.00 for 90 mins

PAVILLION RATES

Half Court
€19.00 for 90 min

Full Court
€35.00 for 90 min

AEROBIC CLASSES RATES

One Class – €7.00
Block Ticket (15 classes) – €70.00

N.B. – subscribed members (health and fitness centre) free of charge.

RATES FOR USE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY ROOM

€5.00 per client per visit (c.30 mins).

RATES FOR USE OF AEROBICS / DANCE STUDIO

€25.00 per hour

RATES FOR USE OF CONFERENCE ROOM

€25.00 per hour

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