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Corduff GAA could face sanction over Monaghan footballers' Covid breach

Apr 8, 2021 16:04 By News Northern Sound
Corduff GAA could face sanction over Monaghan footballers' Covid breach Corduff GAA could face sanction over Monaghan footballers' Covid breach
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The incident has been widely condemned today.

The GAA could sanction Corduff GAA Club in Monaghan after its ground was used for a senior training.

Senior manager Seamus McEnaney has been suspended for 12 weeks by the County Board as the training session breached Covid-19 restrictions.

The incident came to light after footage of the training session last month was sent to the Department of Justice.

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Monaghan GAA has acknowledged there was a breach of the Covid-19 regulations and guidelines by the team.

McEnaney has admitted that holding a training session was a serious error of judgment and has apologised unreservedly.

It follows similar incidents in Dublin, Cork and Down where teams were found to have been training in breach of guidelines.

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Sports Journalist from Monaghan Shane Hannon told The Wider View that Corduff club could face repercussions for its involvement:

Gardaí have confirmed that they are investigating the breach, saying fines may be issued. The GAA is also investigating.

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Journalist with the Irish Independent Frank Roche told The Joe Finnegan Show this latest controversy involving GAA teams comes on a bad day for the organisation:

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