Another GAA club in Wexford has decided to take action and suspend all club activity…
Recently, Ferns St Aidans suspended all activity as a Covid-19 precaution. It’s worth noting that the games that Wexford Camogie had also postponed included Clone Gaels, which are an amalgamated team of both Ferns St-Aidans and Monageer/Bollavogue.
The Askamore-Kilrush GAA club released a statement Wednesday night noting that there hasn’t been a Covid-19 case at the club, and that their action was solely as a precautionary measure:
“We are now suspending all club activity until further notice. There is no Covid-19 case at the club, so for the moment this is purely precautionary.”
“All GAA and HSE guidelines will be followed. The health and safety of everyone involved with our club — and their families — are the priorities, and hopefully this will be a short-term measure,” a club statement read.
However, an updated statement from the Askamore-Kilrush GAA club in Wexford now confirms that a number of their adult players have been exposed to a positive case of the Covid-19 virus, but the full extent will not be known until further testing:
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