All Ireland finals to be pushed back
With the country now set for lockdown until at least early March, the All Ireland Championships are due to be pushed back, with the finals likely to be postponed until August.
The hurling and football deciders were set for July when the GAA released a split inter county and club calendar last month.
It's uncertain when the National Leagues will be able to start as inter county training is currently on hold due to level 5 restrictions.
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