There will be no GAA activity, including training, until Easter at the earliest.
The Association's fixture calendar is now up the air after it was revealed Gaelic Games is no longer covered under Level 5 exemptions for elite level sports during the pandemic.
It follows a meeting with government officials this week.
Last year’s senior hurling and football championships had been allowed to play out under previous level-5 restrictions.
The GAA say no decision about the fixture calendar has been made, but it seems likely their will be a ‘club first’ approach to the split season.
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