Another Wexford GAA Club Returns To Action Following Initial Covid-19 Concerns

It’s been a positive day for Wexford GAA clubs…

Earlier, we were delighted to report that two Wexford GAA clubs who suspended their activity due to Covid-19 concerns will now be returning to action.

Both Bunclody and Askamore-Kilrush will be returning to action after their Covid-19 tests to some of their club members came back negative.

Now, Enniscorthy district team Duffry Rovers are the latest Wexford GAA club to return to action after taking a precautionary measure to suspend activity due to Covid-19.

“All necessary contact tracing/testing has been completed within our club and thankfully we have NO Covid cases that we are aware of. Whilst the steps taken over the last week were above the required guidelines, we felt it better to take a cautious approach in the interest of safety. GAA activity for all groups resumes this week, now under the latest national guidelines issued last week. All GAA activities are now effectively behind closed doors,” a statement from Duffry Rovers read.

All clubs that suspend their GAA action as a precautionary measure during such unprecedented times should be applauded.

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