Earlier this week, Croke Park asked all teams to cease training.
The latest statement from the GAA regarding a return to play is one step forward, two steps back.
That's according to Offaly's former All-Ireland Hurling Final referee Brian Gavin.
Earlier this week, Croke Park asked all teams to cease training, with no opportunity to resume club fixtures before July 20th and inter-county games slated for a possible October start.
There is no player injury scheme during this period and there will be no collective training for club players that had hoped to resume training on May 18th.
Brian Gavin says the possibility of championships going ahead is getting increasingly slim: