1. Donegal v Monaghan Ulster MFC Sold Out – Páirc TV Live streaming it
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Covid Update from Croke Park

Below is  a letter send to all clubs from Croke Park outlining the latest GAA Covid Updates   2ú Iúil 2021   A chara,   The past week has seen some important updates for GAA clubs in both the 26 and 6 Counties   GAA Covid-19 Update for Clubs in the 26 Counties   Attendances;…

Graphic Illustrations of the new Rule Changes

The new rule changes which have come into force in this year’s Allianz League remain a source of confusion for some spectators. Below are some graphics to help clarify these new regulations.    

Donegal GAA leads the way on Sustainability

Donegal has put itself forward to lead the charge within the GAA on sustainability. According to CLG Dhún na nGall chairperson Mick McGrath “we are uniquely positioned within the community to make a real difference when it comes to sustainability which is the most important issue of our time, so we felt that we had…

Re-Instatement of “Loss of Wages” Cover into the GAA Player Injury Fund

The GAA Players “Loss of Wages Cover” will be re-instated back into the GAA Player Injury Fund with effect from 1st June 2021 and will form part of the GAA “Players Injury Fund” in line with previous years. Associated cover benefits will be restored in full. Following representations made by clubs and members of Ard Chomhairle…

NHSC Guidelines for Return of Spectators on June 7

The Government are relaxing Covid-19 restrictions. From June 7th, competitive and challenge games at all levels of club and inter county are permitted to take place. It is essential to proceed with caution and Return to Play Protocols should be followed. 100 to 200 spectators (depending on ground capacity) will be permitted to attend GAA…

Government takes first step in phasing back the return of spectators

The Irish government has announced the latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions, which paves the way for spectators returning to sports events. From Monday June 7, 100 attendees can attend matches, with that number rising to 200 at venues which can hold more than 5,000. The government also announced a list of official trial events, which…