Inter-county squads are permitted to start training from today and Cork hurling manager Kieran Kingston says they have to follow the example set by clubs.
Speaking to RTE’s Marty Morrisey in the wake of confirmation that the inter-county championships will proceed as planned, the Rebel County boss admitted: “There’s apprehension across all levels of society as we head into the first winter dealing with this pandemic and the inter-county scene is no different.
“However, I think, when you look at the games we’ve had right across the country, the clubs have led the way, volunteers and players, in ensuring that we can play games, we can train and we can play games.
“Now at inter-county level we have to do the same.”
Today is the day inter-county panels can return to training. @MartyM_RTE chats to @CLGLaois football manager Mike Quirke and @OfficialCorkGAA hurling boss Kieran Kingston #RTEGAA pic.twitter.com/ajZbTA3cn0— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) September 14, 2020