CREGGAN Kickham’s dual player Conor McCann is ready to embrace a “hectic” club championship schedule and says county managers will probably be “holding their breath” that their respective squads return to duty unscathed.
ARMAGH’S 2002 All-Ireland winning defender Justin McNulty fully expects the Stormont Executive to harmonise their lockdown exit strategy with their southern counterparts so that the GAA can function fluidly as a 32-county organisation.
WITH the GAA’s roadmap looking like it found another turn of pace yesterday, Down legend Pete McGrath sees a “contradiction” over social distancing rules and struggles to “square that circle” when it comes to playing Gaelic Games.
LILY Scullion played camogie for Antrim and Ulster for just over a decade, during which she won 10 Ulster titles, and appeared in Croke Park six times for All-Ireland senior finals, although only one of those was successful.
IRELAND needs its games back, says Michael Murphy, and the Donegal skipper is confident that all the issues with the club and county calendars for 2020 can be ironed out if there is a willingness to compromise on both sides.
ANTRIM footballer Michael McCann feels the GAA’s Safe Return to Gaelic Games roadmap will be a big ask for many clubs – and wants the 2020 National Leagues to be concluded before any Championship takes place.