I hope that you and all your families are doing ok in these surreal times for us all. Since the publication of the Road Map for reopening the country by the government last Friday we are seeking clarification on the guidelines and some of the issues that have arisen in relation to sport.
As you are aware the GAA will remain closed until July 20th as part of the efforts to prevent gatherings which might breach the restrictions set out by the government. They have set up a Covid-19 Advisory Group which will advise on return to play protocol etc. and we will work closely with the GAA in relation to all these matters.
The health and safety of all our members is our priority and at all times the association will adhere to the safety guidelines issues by the government and health authorities.
The following decisions were made by the Management Committee of Central Council last night;
In light of the current situation the following changes are being made to registration dates for the coming years;
1st August 2020
1st July 2021
1st June 2022
1st April 2023
Club & County Football
Over the weekend we will consult with county captains, managers, referees, club and county executives through surveys to gather their viewpoint in relation to the current situation.
The TG4 Championship will not take place in the format and timeline as planned and further clarification will be issued on this shortly.
I thank you all for your support over last few challenging months and for the tremendous work you are all doing in your communities.
I urge you all to continue adhering to the guidelines and stay safe.
CEO Ladies Gaelic Football Association