Roscommon GAA are still hoping their postponed trip to London could be rescheduled if the Covid-19 crisis abates in time.

 

The Connacht SFC quarter-final, originally fixed for Saturday, May 2, was officially called off yesterday.

 

The Irish Independent reports that Connacht Council has clarified the fixture is "postponed" and not completely cancelled as was first thought.

 

Connacht secretary John Prenty says that the Connacht Council is monitoring the situation.

 

He admits they don't know what's in store for any competition at club or inter-county level at this point in time.

 

The only decisions taken to the Connacht SFC are the cancellation of the trip of Galway to New York and the postponement of Roscommon’s journey to London.

 

Roscommon PRO Hugh Lynn expressed a belief that, whenever sport gets back on track, "the game will be re-fixed.”

 

The postponement complicates things for their fundraising team in Club Rossie, which was planning to stage its 'Win a Home in London' draw on the second weekend in May and it may need to be deferred.

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