Will Covid ever end? The GAA is to be pushed back more now till at least Easter till inter county teams are allowed resume team training. The GAA teams are now longer seen as elite level and will not be permitted to train under level 5 regulations.
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) February 10, 2021
A letter was sent to county boards this evening following a meeting of the GAA’s Covid Advisory Group.https://t.co/CzZqjsUkyX
— The42.ie GAA (@The42GAA) February 10, 2021
Should also be mentioned Professor Mary Horgan sits on #GAA Covid-19 advisory committee and NPHET. All eyes on Government now.
— John Fogarty (@JohnFogartyIrl) February 10, 2021
Full credit has to go to the GAA and the government last year for successful holding a GAA Championship. In which the super powers Limerick and Dublin won the Liam McCarthy cup and Sam Maguire Respectively
The GAA is the heart and soul of Ireland and it gave a lot of joy to supporters around the country over the winter period, even if there was no fans. Hopefully with the vaccine being dished out daily we might get some level of a Championship with even spectators at the later end of the year is that too much to ask or will it be same as 2020?