Dublin's preparations for the All-Ireland camogie senior championship have been hampered by an outbreak of Covid-19.
Dublin camogie board have announced that three members of the county senior squad tested positive for the coronavirus
A statement by the board on Friday night said they are working closely with the relevant authorities to monitor the situation and to ensure the health and safety of all associated with the team.
The Dubs will get their All-Ireland championship campaign underway against Tipperary on the weekend of October 17/18.
DCB confirm3 players on Dublin Camogie Snr Panel tested COVID-19 positive.— Dublin Camogie (@CamogieDublin) September 18, 2020
DCB are in contact with Public Health authorities throughout to manage situation +ensure H/S of all assoc with team.
Dublin Camogie will not make any more statements on this for the privacy of our players