GAA TO REVIEW TRAINING RETURN IN PHASE THREE

5 June 2020 No Comments by The Northern Standard

COLM SHALVEY

The GAA has confirmed that walking tracks on club grounds may be allowed to reopen from next week. Any training, even in small groups, remains off-limits during the second phase of the Government’s ‘roadmap’, but the situation may be reviewed in phase three. In a statement released late last week, the Association said: “The GAA continues to monitor closely the ongoing pandemic and the Government’s roadmap relating to the relaxation of restrictions. The Association notes that we remain in Phase One and await an update about the possible move to Phase Two on June 8, as outlined by the authorities. Should the country move to Phase Two as planned, GAA Clubs will be able…

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