That's despite no activity being permitted until Easter.
The GAA are hoping the Allianz Leagues can be staged despite the delay to the inter county calendar.
There will be no matches or training until Easter at the earliest because of the COVID 19 crisis.
Hurling and Football are no longer deemed elite sports which are exempt from Level 5 restrictions.
The Association had originally planned to finish inter county activity by July before freeing up the schedule for clubs.
GAA Director of Communications Alan Milton says losing the Leagues would be a last resort: