Ulster GAA has suspended all membership exercise within the province after governments either side of the border launched additional measures to sort out the unfold of Covid-19.
Nevertheless with the NI Govt suspending all however elite sport, and the Irish authorities putting Donegal, Monaghan and Cavan into Degree 4 restrictions, the provincial authority has gone a step additional.
The brand new ruling doesn’t apply to inter-county soccer, with the Ulster Championship nonetheless scheduled to proceed as deliberate from 30 October.
“We respect this can be a troublesome time for all residents together with our membership however we ask you all to proceed to behave responsibly and collectively to guard our communities and their well being,” stated Ulster GAA chairman Brian McAvoy.
“This information will come as a disappointment for our counties and golf equipment who’ve unfinished competitions and who might have been hoping for a return to exercise within the quick time period.
“We are going to proceed to watch the state of affairs and replace you on developments as they occur over the following 4 weeks taking account of the indicative dates from each Governments.”
The Donegal senior soccer last has nonetheless not been performed, having been rescheduled 3 times resulting from coronavirus-related disruptions.
Beforehand the GAA stated the ultimate could possibly be performed if Donegal suffered an early Championship exit, nevertheless that choice now seems to be off the desk.