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Silva was running back to defend she got her foot to the ball to hit it off field,she fell on the floor and the player stepped on her hand by accident.
I took her to the side to calm her down I then asked her to move her fingers she was in a lot of pain, I started walking towards the shed when I saw Ellen who gave her an ice pack and called her dad. The pain got better and she wanted to play, but we advised her not too but can come early next week to have a kick about.
Paul and another player clashed heads at the beginning of the session playing a tag game.
Paul seemed to be worse off, checked him over and a lump immediately appeared.
Sat him out for a while and he said he wanted to go home.
Ice pack is advised to bring down the bump.
Parents called and Paul went home early.
Parents called, sent home early.
Corin and another child in his class clashed heads whilst playing a tag game, both were thoroughly checked over and made to sit out for a while, there was no bump or bruising. Corin insisted on continuing the session and was told to inform us straight away if he started to feel unwell. Continued the session with no problems.
Phone call made, no answer, text message sent to explain.
Checked over and continued session.
Louis had a prior injury which required stitches and bad only recently healed.
Louis fell causing the injury to reopen causing substantial bleeding from the knee.
Myself and Ellen dressed the wound and cleaned Louis up. I called dad and informed him of the situation and Dad came to collect Louis.
Clashed heads with another child, caused Emile to have a nose bleed.
Nose pinched, head down, stopped bleeding within a minute or two.
Continued the session with no further problems.
Accidental knock the the face causing nose bleed.
Assessed by HH and cleaned up. Uncle called and asked to come and collect which he did!
Frankie fell as he was shooting bumping the back of his head as he fell.
I checked he was okay. Asked him my name, the date and the venue which he confirmed all 3 correctly. He said he did not feel dizzy.
This was 5 minutes before the end of the season.
Mum arrived and I explained he had hit his head and at this point Frankie was crying. I explained what had happened and said that if Frankie complained of dizziness or sickness she should seek medical attention due to possible concussion.
Mum was greatful.
We were doing a 3 v 2 drill and Daniel was in goal. One of the players took a shot which Daniel tried to save with his hands. He instantly seemed to be in pain after the save so I removed him from the session to see what was wrong. He was complaining that he was in considerable pain and that he could not move his hand or wrist.
I took Daniel to our Lead Coach who inspected him and then used a bib to make a sling to support his arm. Our coach then attempted to contact with Daniel's parents and waited with him until they arrived. We suggested than Daniel go to hospital to receive an X-ray.
(JD) clipped/flighted Shot hit Honor on the wrist at an awkward angle causing pain during an organised drill. Honor was visibly upset but JD and Team mates helped keep spirits up. No first aid administered and unable to examine thoroughly as Honor was not comfortable with anyone touching her wrist. Dad called immediately by coach JD and he arrived to support within 3-5minutes. Honor left with Dad.
- Dad called - came to take Honor
- Ellen called dad subsequent to session to ask for an update
- Dad confirmed they were at AnE due to amount of pain Honor was in
- Awaiting further updates