The CCC of the Mayo County Board will meet tomorrow night to discuss and plan towards the restart of games.

The GAA released it’s roadmap on Friday for the return of action.

From tomorrow dedicated GAA walking tracks may be used for recreational use in groups of no more than four people.

All other GAA grounds will remain closed.

On Monday June 29th all GAA pitches will open with training to commence for Adult and Juvenile teams in small groups  only for non-contact training under social distancing guidelines.

All forms of team and group training permitted from July 20th and Club championships at all ages and grades will be allowed to begin from July 31.

On August 10th access to GAA buildings and indoor facilities permitted with social distancing in place.

Inter-County training will resume on September 14th with a view to Inter-county competitions starting from Mid October.

Mayo GAA Chairman Liam Moffatt has welcomed Friday’s announcement and will look forward to the Executive planning and make an informed decision about a return to play in Mayo.



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