Waterford GAA put on hold until at least May
The GAA in Waterford has gotten fully onboard with the national effort to curb the coronavirus and has cancelled all GAA activity including.
The county board has told all clubs there will be no games at least until at least May 1st and that all clubs must shut down training at least until March 29.
“The Competitions Control Committee have decided to postpone all grades of club championship games scheduled for April,” a spokesperson for the county board said, “due to the uncertainty surrounding the resumption of activity.
“Should the current situation continue beyond April it is proposed to engage with the Munster Council and the National Competitions Control Committee with a view to restructuring our games programme for 2020.
“This may involve a change to the current Championship formats and should this be necessary we will engage with the clubs prior to any decision being made.
“County Leagues will resume once sanction is approved by the Statutory Bodies.
“Please ensure that your club teams are adhering to the directive that games, training and team gatherings at all ages and all grades are suspended until March 29,” the spokesperson concluded.