Inter country players will not be permitted to train behind closed doors now due to the rising numbers of Covid-19 around Ireland. The GAA Championship went ahead over the winter months in 2020 which was a great success and a big well done to the Irish Government and the GAA for managing it in such a professional way.
GAA announce inter-county training not permitted until February due to Covid-19 crisis https://t.co/dhWNOgpjkQ
— Oneangrypaddy☘️🇮🇪 (@Oneangrypaddy1) January 5, 2021
Just before Christmas the GAA announced that they would be changing the structure of the Championship again this year due to the pandemic with the inter county taking place before the club Championship this year. Being an inter county player these days demands a lot of commitment and there’s no doubt that this latest ban will be tough for inter country managers throughout the country.
— Kilkenny People (@KKPeopleSport) January 5, 2021
Due to growing COVID numbers, the GAA have shutdown the return of inter-county training this month. pic.twitter.com/wthjLp93s3
— GAA Wrap (@gaawrap) January 5, 2021
A lot of the inter county players will surely be given their own fitness plans to prepare themselves physically for Championship 2021. Hopefully this year fans might be able to see their county teams play our national games.