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Skating is a great way to keep fit and have fun, but with Irish weather being so unpredictable it can be difficult to find time or a safe place to practice. Our Open Skate sessions allow our members to skate with friends and other members with music and training aids available. Sessions are under qualified coaches and experienced Skaters. 

Booking & Payment

Members: Please use the SPOND app to mark attendance and pay for sessions, this helps us monitor attendance and plan sessions.

New/Non Members: Cash at sessions is acceptable while you are on trial with the club. After this trial period participants must register with the club and Inline Hockey Ireland. More details here.

SPOND Invitation link :

 Protective Equipment 



Helmet *

Skater / Bike / Hockey


Skates *

Inline / Quad



Knee / Elbow / Wrist

Open Skate Code of Conduct

Roller Skating can be a dangerous sport, which you do at your own risk. The Club requests that
all visitors to an Open Skate Session observe the following safety code.


  • All participants must be registered with the club and Inline Hockey Ireland. (visit to do this)

  • All visitors to an Open Skate Session are expected to treat the facility, its sports leaders/volunteers and all other visitors with care and respect.

  • The use of abusive, threatening, dangerous, criminal or violent behaviour and foul or abusive language is not permitted anywhere in the building or grounds.

  • Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building.

  • Photographers with no relationship to anyone taking part in the session MUST make themselves known to the Child Safety Officer)

  • We recommend that children under 12 years old are accompanied by an adult.

  • Do not climb or sit on the barriers/wall at any time.

  • Do not throw any objects on the skating surface.

  • First time skaters are strongly advised to take formal lessons, details of which can be found on our website

  • Skating with particular injuries, medical conditions and/or when pregnant is not recommended. Please consult with your doctor prior to skating if you have any medical condition.

  • We would strongly encourage patrons to wear appropriate safety gear, e.g. helmets, elbow and knee pads.

  • Flashing and strobe lighting is sessionally used which can bring on adverse medical conditions.


  • Please put on your skates in the changing area only. (See signs on the day or ask a sports leader)

  • Lace your skates tightly and securely and avoid loose ends.

  • No headwear, scarves or any other loose clothing are to be worn as these can cause accidents, however we do recommend that long sleeved tops and long trousers be worn on the skating surface if not wearing elbow and knee protection.

  • No headphones to be worn on the skating surface.

  • No mobile phones or other equipment to be used on the skating surface.

  • Walk around the facility as running can cause accidents.

  • Persons who are under the influence of drugs, alcohol or other control-impairing substances are not permitted on the skating surface.

  • Please see a sports leader prior to taking part in the session to take attendance.


  • If you hear a long whistle, STOP SKATING IMMEDIATELY.

  • Do not carry children, especially infants, on the skating surface.

  • Do not push, trip or kick any other skaters.

  • Skate in an anti-clockwise direction unless directed otherwise.

  • No speed skating or weaving through other skaters is permitted.

  • No horseplay, tag or other games that result in reckless skating.

  • Do not skate backwards without due care and attention to other skaters.

  • No chains of 3 or more skaters on the skating surface.

  • In the interests of safety, do not stand still on the skating surface unless directed by a sports leader.

  • If an injury is sustained, notify a sports leader immediately.

  • No food or drink is permitted on the skating surface.

  • No jumps to be performed on the skating surface during open sessions.

  • You may be asked to leave the skating surface if you engage in dangerous practices.

  • Follow instructions from sports leaders at all times.



The club reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone in violation of this code. When in the facility please take care of yourself and your possessions. In the absence of any negligence or other breach of duty by Mayo Bulls Ice & Inline Hockey Club, the club does not accept responsibility for loss, injury or damage suffered by patrons.

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