Ulster GAA ceases all club activity

The Ulster Council of the GAA has announced that all club activity in the province, including training, is to cease from today, Friday, October 16th.

This follows the measures being introduced by the NI Executive for the next four weeks and subsequent decision by the Irish Government to place Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan in Level 4 restrictions.

The only activity that is exempt from this cessation across both jurisdictions is elite level Inter County activity.

For the purposes of clarity this includes Gaelic Football, Hurling, Camogie and Ladies Gaelic Football from U16 level up as recognised by both Governments.

GAA clubs have also been reminded of the following:

  • Club Gyms remain closed.
  • GAA Social Clubs remain closed.