Cork County board release county championship schedule
The Cork County board have released their revised 2020 County Championship schedule.
Championship games will resume on the weekend of July 24-26th, with the conclusion of the championships set for the weekend of October 2nd to 4th.
Group stages will take place across six weekends up to September 6th, with a free weekend after the fourth weekend of games.
The group stage format has been retained, with two teams advancing from each group instead of three and all knockout games will finish on the day.
All the games will take place at neutral venues, and there will be no double headers.
Meanwhile the county leagues are now considered null and void, while there are no plans to conclude the county u21 football competition - no decision has been made on the u21 hurling competition.
The full detail is available on the GAACork.ie
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