GAA clubs in England allowed to resume full contact training from March 29

March 21, 2021

The stand at McGovern Park in Ruislip. ©INPHO/Gerry McManus.

GAA clubs and teams in England have been given the green light to resume full contact training from next Monday, 29 March as the Gaelic Games Council of Britain moves to Phase Four of its Return to Play Roadmap.

As part of the gradual easing of Covid-19 lockdown measures in England, competitive fixtures will be permitted to return in Phase Five (April 17), pending Government guidelines and advice.

Clubs in Scotland are earmarked to resume competition on May 17 but will remain at Phase Three until then, only non-contact training can take place for now. 

It is hoped that clubs in Wales will return to competitive action in Phase Five on 22 April.

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