Armagh GAA last night decided to pull the pin on all club activity for the remainder of the season.
The remaining fixtures at both adult and juvenile level will be played off in 2021 prior to next seasons competitions.
The announcement was released through an email sent to clubs on Tuesday night.
“At a County Management Meeting tonight it was decided that All Adult and Under Age competitions will be suspended with immediate effect“.
“We plan on completing the 2020 legaues in the new year and prior to commencement of 2021 competitions”.
“Our outstanding under age competitions are also scheduled to take place in 2021 prior to commencement of 2021 competitions.”
“Armagh GAA position will now revert to the statement issued from Cumann Luthchleas Gael on Monday 5th October”.
“We ask all our members to adhere to relevant guidelines”.
This follows a statement released by Armagh GAA on Friday 2nd of October which stated:
“Following an update today on the significant rise in cases across the north combined with a number of our clubs adversely impacted”.
“This decision has not been taken lightly but we believe this is the right and responsible decision to safeguard our members and our communities”.
“We will review this situation in consultation with Ulster GAA in the coming days and we urge all members to continue to follow the public health advice.”
The decision was taken at a County Management meeting on Tuesday night to continue the sustention of club activity in the county.
Promotion spots are still up for grabs while other teams are trying to starve off the possibility of relegation.
The 2020 league campaigns will be completed in the new year, as will the outstanding underage championships.