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The GAA has published its plan to leave the lockdown.
It will see inter-county competition resume in October.
The 'Return to Play' roadmap is dependent on government advice and the ‘R’ rate of infection remaining low.
The plan has the backing of the camogie and ladies football ruling bodies.
Here are further details:
The #GAA, @OfficialCamogie and @LadiesFootball have published a plan for a safe return to Gaelic Games for the three organisations— The GAA (@officialgaa) June 5, 2020
The President says safety is the number one priority:
GAA President, John Horan, discusses the COVID-19 roadmap for a safe return to Gaelic Games which was published today, the requirements that will place on clubs, and how club and county championships will be structured this year. #GAA #GAABelong pic.twitter.com/J3xvttvLO8— The GAA (@officialgaa) June 5, 2020