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IRFU Serious Injury Report Form
For Rugby Clubs and Schools

The IRFU Serious Injury Report Form must be completed by a designated Club/School Official and
returned to the office of the provincial CEO within 1 week of injury occurrence.* The purpose of the
form is to ensure that a record is kept of all serious injuries occurring in rugby in Ireland and for
insurance purposes. Injury reporting is a requirement of the IRFU insurers. Your Club/School
should also maintain an Injury report logbook where details of all injuries are recorded.

*Serious Injury Definition – Any injury occurring during rugby training or game, which
requires that the injured player is transported to and/or treated in hospital.

To download the IRFU Serious Injury Form click here

Contact Information:

Provincial CEO Office
Leinster
Leinster Branch I.R.F.U.,
Newstead Building,
University College Dublin, Belfield,
Dublin 4.

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