The GAA have announced that Club competitions will run from July 31st to Sunday October 11th with inter-county competition resuming after October 17th.
The GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have today published a plan for a safe return to Gaelic games for the three organisations.
Juvenile and Youth competitions are proposed to take place between between July 31st To Mid-October.
Adult competitions (involving county players) to take place from July 31st to Sunday October 11th. Inter-county competitions to take place no sooner than October 17th.
Some of the stand-out elements of the report include:
- A gradual return to on-field non-contact activity in Phase Three of the Government plan in small groups.
- The need for an online education programme and new measures around temperature checking and completed documentation before training and games.
- A return to contact sport on July 20.
- Provisional windows for club activity and the return of inter-county training and competitions.
The document mirrors the Government roadmap and outlines the opt-in approach of the wider Gaelic games family regarding a possible return to activity and play.
It is being distributed to all units today with a view to providing them with time to put in place the necessary arrangements to facilitate a return to activity.