Offaly County Board Chairman Says There Shouldn't Be Any Rush To Cancel Games

One of the big talking points has been how pitches and training sessions could be safely monitored.

The Chairman of Offaly County Board Michael Duignan doesn't think there should be any rush to cancel the GAA calender for 2020. 

The Banagher man believes the relaxation of lockdown measures in the next couple of weeks will give the association a great steer on what will happen with sport in the coming weeks and months. 

One of the big talking points has been how pitches and training sessions could be safely monitored.

Duignan remains optimistic aboout the prospects of championship action taking place but says too many unknown factors remain for now:

However, Laois hurling team manager Eddie Brennan doesn't believe a championship should be played as a box ticking exercise. 

The eight time all ireland champion says gaelic games without the fans is a non-runner for him:

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