Changes to the dates outlined for the 2020 Clare GAA club championships could be on the way.
It is after the GAA’s Covid-19 Advisory Committee outlined their latest set of proposals, which will see GAA pitches reopened on Wednesday next.
Adult training will be permitted first, with training for minors and below from Saturday June 27.
Sessions must be for a maximum of 15 players in a designated area of the pitch and on a non-contact basis.
Players must also have completed the GAA’s E-Learning module and follow all control measures which are in place.
Contact training and challenge games are now sanctioned from June 29 onwards, while club championships can get underway from Friday July 17.
The Master Fixtures committee of Clare GAA has set out their proposed plans for this year’s club championship with a start date of July 31 being pencilled in, but it remains to be seen if that date will now be brought forward on account of this latest announcement.
There are no changes to the dates already outlined for the resumption of inter-county activity with county panels to be back training on September 14 while games will resume on October 17.
The recommendations have also been adopted by the Camogie and Ladies Football Associations.