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Laois Hurler Eric Kileen In Favour Of Playing Behind Closed Doors

The GAA has convened a 14-person COVID-19 advisory group.

The GAA has convened a 14-person COVID-19 advisory group.

The association remains committed to producing club and inter-county championships this year, however the latter won’t occur until October.

With that in mind, counties have been instructed to suspend training for now.

The GAA maintains there is no appetite within the association to play games behind closed doors, although that position may change.

Laois hurler Eric Kileen says he'd be in favour of playing behind closed doors, but it would be a strange atmosphere:

Meanwhile, Westmeath Camogie team manager Johnny Greville says if they do decide to press forward with playing games, there should be more consultation with players:

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