Two GAA clubs in Derry have suspended activity "as a precautionary measure" because of reported Covid-19 cases in the local community.
The clubs in question are Banagher and Craigbane. It's understood that no club members have yet reported they have the virus.
Covid 19 Update
Due to a Covid 19 case in the local community, the club as a precautionary measure have decided to suspend all activities apart from the walkway which will remain open but subject to guidelines currently in place. Updates will be posted as things change .
— Craigbane Gac (@CraigbaneGAC) July 16, 2020
Meanwhile The GAA has said it will be left to individual county boards how to deal with "worst-case" scenarios involving positive Covid-19 tests.
While they are hopeful of avoiding situations where club championships could be in jeopardy it will be a matter for each county to decide its own fate.