All-Ireland Final Set For Bloody Sunday Anniversary

The GAA are set to announce their roadmap to returning to play today, after the government announce the country has moved to phase two of reopening.

Club action at county level is set to be begin in mid to late July with a 10 week window set for club county championships.

Northern Sound Sport believes, the inter-county championship is set to begin in October with an All-Ireland final potentially taking place on November 22, the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

Clubs are set to re-open to limited playing activity on June 29 in phase three of the governments reopening plans.

The GAA announced last Friday that clubs could apply to reopen walks ways in club grounds from June eighth, once the government approve phase two of the covid-19 reopening.

The club Inter-provincial and All-Ireland club championship will likely take place in 2021 with the All-Ireland club finals set to return to their St. Patrick’s Day date for 2021 only.

Earlier this year GAA President John Horan announced plans to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, with the meeting of Dublin v Tipperary to be played to a conclusion.