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The Danske Bank Premiership could be back up and running in late July.
Football chiefs are considering two options for finishing the current season.
One is playing the final two rounds of league games before the scheduled split into a top half and bottom half.
The season would then end with all the clubs having faced each other three times.
The five post-split fixtures would be scrapped.
Any matches are likely to be behind closed doors, or with restricted numbers of spectators.
It's hoped the Irish Cup - which is at the semi-final stage - can be completed with the final at the start of August.
The Northern Ireland Football League issued an update on Tuesday night:
Two options to finish #DanskeBankPrem— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 9, 2020
Play last two pre-split games or use a formula to determine league positions.
NIFL wants it finished on pitch. Clubs to decide by 5pm this Thursday. @OfficialNIFL full statement: pic.twitter.com/OUygnb5Q9B
The Irish FA has given the green light for training to resume, with restrictions.
There is to be no contact and groups are limited to six people.
The groups have to be kept separate, social distancing is to be practised and strict hygiene measures must be in place:
It’s all kicking off on Monday...— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 6, 2020
Irish FA issues guidance to clubs or leagues “looking to get back to grassroots football”
New measures in “incremental return” to be introduced as part of #COVID19 recovery plan: pic.twitter.com/PngVsbd2sg
One of the bright young talents of the local game is on the move.
Charlie Lindsay over the weekend completed his transfer from Glentoran to Rangers:
Charlie Lindsay: East End Born and Oval Raised 📚🏆— Glentoran FC (@Glentoran) June 5, 2020
Take a trip back and time with an insight into the youth career of the new @RangersFC signing 👉 https://t.co/u73EZxU8sY #COYG 💚🐓 pic.twitter.com/ie1RKNclHA
Meanwhile, Ulster Rugby is planning for life after lockdown: