The Covid-19 restrictions are due to be relaxed by the NI Executive this Friday, meaning GAA clubs can resume some of their activities.
With pre-season now just around the corner, GAA clubs across Armagh will be delighted to hear they can begin to reopen.
Ulster GAA confirmed on Tuesday night that activities within GAA clubs in the six counties can recommence following the eased restrictions.
GAA clubs will now be able to:
- Hold outdoor group training, with a maximum of 15 participants in each group.
- Reopen gyms for individual training.
- Social clubs can also reopen, serving a main or substantive meal that has been prepared in their own kitchen, restaurant or café.
Ulster GAA also urged clubs to “Please refer to the official CLG guidance issued by the Association’s COVID-19 Advisory Group on the specific guidelines for club and inter-county protocols put in place to manage these arrangements which was issued on 1st December 2020”. Attached below: