Crowds will be back inside some GAA grounds this weekend for the first time since March of last year.

The GAA has confirmed that matches played in the Six Counties will be allowed to have 500 supporters present.

The move is in line with the easing of restrictions by the Northern Ireland Executive.

It means Saturday’s Division One North meetings of Armagh and Donegal, and Tyrone and Monaghan will have fans present.

As will the Division Three North match-up of Fermanagh and Longford, and Sunday’s Division Four clash of Antrim and Leitrim.

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