The GAA have today confirmed plans to formally proceed with the 2020 All-Ireland senior, U20 and minor inter-county football and hurling championships from next month after having had positive talks with the Government in relation to funding.
During the toughest of all summers, when people called out for support, the GAA community helped answer the call, as shown by those who feature in AIB's The Toughest Summer documentary which will air on RTÉ One tomorrow, Tuesday, August 25th at 10.10pm.
A season of positives ended with a winter of regret for Megan Glynn and the Galway ladies footballers, but after learning so much from the group's first TG4 All-Ireland final appearance she feels there is much more to come.
The GAA tonight has called on acting CMO Dr Ronan Glynn and the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) to provide "empirical evidence" to back up the decision to ban spectators from attending matches.
Getting back to training with her U10s and U12s at Maheracloone Mitchells GAA club was a satisfying feeling for Monaghan great Niamh Kindlon, and even though there will be no competitive action for the teams this year it has been a worthwhile exercise.
GAA president John Horan and director-general Tom Ryan has commended the "hard work and diligence" of club volunteers on the return of competitive action and urged members to continue to respect Covid-19 measures.
Should the inter-county championship go ahead if few or no fans are allowed to attend games?