Glanworth player tests positive for Covid-19
Glanworth have suspended all GAA activities after one of their players tested positive for Covid-19.
The north Cork club released a statement on Twitter last night said they had takn the measure unitl public health contact tracers carry out full close contact assessment and testing.
Meanwhile the three west Cork clubs who had suspended activity last week, Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy and St Oliver Plunketts have all been cleared to resume activity
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