GAA give formal approval to All-Ireland championships GAA give formal approval to All-Ireland championships
It was confirmed UK county teams will not be involved in this year’s championships GAA give formal approval to All-Ireland championships
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The GAA’s Central Council have formally given the go-ahead for the 2020 All-Ireland championships to take place from next month.

At a virtual convening of Ard Chomhairle today, the staging of the senior, U20, and minor All-Ireland schedules were rubber-stamped. Exact dates and throw-in times for provincial games could be confirmed by the end of next week.

In a statement from Croke Park today, the GAA warned there will be restrictions on the amount of funding supplied to counties for the preparation of teams due to the organisation’s adverse financial situation.

“The decision was made following positive interaction with the Government and an understanding that specific financial supports will be made available.

“Due to the reduced level of funding available as a result of the pandemic, a series of strict financial controls will be put in place by the Association which will govern the costs and preparation of teams.

“In addition to this a plan and series of protocols produced by the Association’s Covid Advisory Group and which will facilitate the safe staging of inter-county games will be circulated to counties.” 

It was confirmed UK county teams will not be involved in this year’s championships, while the special emergency powers for the administration of the Association have been reapproved and extended until December 4.

Leinster show killer instinct as Ulster fail to grab opportunities
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