DUBLIN GAA JUVENILE UPDATE: - IMPACT OF COVID-19 LEVEL 3 RESTRICTIONS




A Rúnaí, chara,

Please note that as a result of the Government's decision to move to Level 3 restrictions all Juvenile fixtures with immediate effect have been postponed.

The juvenile programme will resume when permissible with games scheduled for this weekend being played first.

Following the GAA Covid update on Wednesday can I draw your attention to the latest advice from the Covid Advisory Committee.

Club Training

  • If a county moves to Level 3, underage training must be on a non-contact basis in pods of up to 15. Adult teams can continue to train as normal

  • If a county moves to level 4 all outdoor training, both adult and underage, must be on a non-contact basis

Attendances (playing of games)

  • If a county moves to a Level 3 classification, no spectators are permitted, but adult club and county matches can continue to take place behind closed doors. Underage games cannot take place (U-18 or below)

  • At Level 4 only intercountry games can take place.

Challenge Games

  • Club Challenge games in Level 3 Counties are not permitted – neither are clubs from Level 3 Counties (or Level 2 with additional restrictions) permitted to travel outside the County to play a challenge game.



Stay Safe Yours in Sport,  Damian Damian Ó Murchú Damian Murphy Rúnaí Coiste na nÓg Átha Cliath


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