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GAA has declared training in small groups according to RTE Sport. It also means that he will not reopen pitches, playing areas and will also not allow teams to return to training in the second phase of the government's five-phase plan.
In fact, the government's roadmap for the next stage, stage two, is due to come into effect on June 8. Leo Varadkar said that the country is on the right track at the moment to move to this stage. Phase 3 will allow activities behind closed doors to be resumed, but it is necessary to establish a social distance. GAA teams will be able to resume activities from July 20 (phase 4). Limitations on viewers and social distance would have to occur.
GAA said in a statement on Friday: "The association notes that we remain in Phase One and await an update on the possible move to Phase Two on June 8, as described by the authorities." However, the statement noted that they "did not anticipate a return on GAA stage two". He said: “We do not foresee the return to training in small groups in Phase Two, and the fields and playing areas must remain closed. However, according to the government's roadmap, this can be reviewed in Phase Three ”.
In addition, GAA said it will publish a Return to Safe Activity document. This will be published when the government says the country has moved on to the second phase of the roadmap. GAA said walking trails could reopen on the club's premises. This will happen in phase two, but GAA said it is "subject to involvement with Croke Park around a facility management plan".
There is also an update on the ever popular Cul Camps for kids. GAA said that progress has been made and that the 2020 camp reorganization has been carried out. However, more details will be published in due course, as we proceed with the phases they said.