It's three months since a ball has been kicked in anger and Ladies footballers across the country are counting down their return to club training in the coming days. For Aishling Sheridan, who missed all of the Lidl National Football League, the wait has been even tougher.
The GAA have outlined significant changes to their Return To Play roadmap in a statement this afternoon, with pitches set to open for adult training from next Wednesday, June 24 and club fixtures will be allowed to resume on Friday, July 17, two weeks earlier than originally planned.
There is a chance that Covid-19 could prematurely end the longest current inter-county football career, but after first kicking a ball for Derry at 13 years of age, 22 years later Antrim's Emma Kelly is still reluctant to walk away for the game she loves.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association, its official retail partner, Lidl Ireland, and Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health, are teaming up to roll out five days of special online activity from Monday June 1-Friday June 5.
The quality of Inpho Photography's work over the last three months has been breathtaking and they have put together a brilliant compilation of GAA photographs as players share special moments with their families.
THE Ladies Gaelic Football Association and its official retail partner, Lidl Ireland, are delighted to announce details of #LidlLegends - an initiative to celebrate the voluntary work of LGFA members throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
The GAA, LGFA, and the Camogie Association, in partnership with Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health, are delighted to make available across their memberships a new online mental health course called One Good Coach™.
Not too many people have crossed the border at Ballindine and changed colours in the Galway versus Mayo battle, but former Mayo manager Frank Browne says he is hellbent on bringing TG4 All-Ireland Senior glory to Galway.
Are you enjoying being back at your club with a shorter defined season?