If a risk to players, should be no games according to provincial GAA President

Club Players Association chief Micheal Briody says it’s “fanciful” that players will get a four week window to prepare for inter-county games.

Mayo’s Lee Keegan and Galway’s Conor Whelan have both suggested that a month’s collective training would be needed – should the Championship take place.

Briody claims it makes sense for club fixtures to resume first and he’s urging the G-A-A to use the current downtime to look at the fixtures calendar.

Meanwhile, President of the Connacht GAA Gerry Mc Govern, believes that no games should take place for the reminder of this year.

Speaking on the J.F show the Cloone clubman remarked that we should not be putting players at risk