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Coronavirus and the GAA

Discussion in 'General GAA Discussion' started by PatMustard, Feb 27, 2020.

  1. PatMustard

    PatMustard Well-Known Member

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    They may get it played off this week! Final on Christmas Day.
  2. ShiftYa

    ShiftYa Active Member

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    Sensible thing to do would be to hold a blitz. 10 mins a half, knockout. Run it off in 1 day.
  3. JoeH

    JoeH Well-Known Member

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    I read that the Tyrone chairperson has said all 32 counties should go back together

    Very short term memory when last year the 26counties started in front of us.

    If the north permits sports, which I suspect will be, from March 29th in line with ingerland the GAA needs to permit the north to start. The south will open for sports on April 5th anyway and they'll move sport to level 4

    But don't shout this to loud as those who don't want society to reopen will be out in force
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    I agree entirely - start back as soon as we can.
  5. PatMustard

    PatMustard Well-Known Member

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    Oh, so we could get a week’s training up on Donegal and Monaghan?

    I didn’t realise the south started ahead of us last season. I had my head in the sand back then.
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    wexford vs kilkenny game in the hurling is off tomorrow due to covid in the wexford camp
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