Fermanagh GAA suspends activity as ‘number of players’ test positive for Covid-19 Fermanagh GAA suspends activity as ‘number of players’ test positive for Covid-19
Fermanagh are due to face Clare and Laois over the next few weeks Fermanagh GAA suspends activity as ‘number of players’ test positive for Covid-19
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Fermanagh’s remaining games in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League are in doubt.

The county board has suspended all activity in the county, including inter-county training.

It’s after a ‘number of players’ on the senior football panel tested positive for Covid-19.

A statement issued earlier today by Fermanagh GAA said: “We commend the pro-active role played by the clubs of those affected by Covid-19 in recent days and the prompt steps they have taken to protect their members and the wider community by immediately suspending all activity.

“Going forward, we appeal for all members of the Association to comply with the public health guidance to prevent the spread of Covid-19.”

Fermanagh are due to play Clare in Ennis in 11-days time, before a meeting with Laois.

Their Ulster Championship campaign begins against Down in early November.

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