GAA Director General Tom Ryan released a statement on Wednesday March 18th updating relevant parties in light of the ongoing Covid-19 situation.
Please click below for the full wording of that statement.
Uachtarán CLG John Horan and Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan have issued a message to the GAA community In light of the GAA's Covid19-19 response. These messages can be read and viewed by clicking below.
The GAA has released a statement suspending ALL GAA activity until Sunday March 29th. This covers all age grades and all levels of activity including development squads, training, matches, meetings and courses. We encourage all in the GAA community to take on board the advice of the HSE at this time.
Please note also the Kilkenny GAA Supporters Club AGM due to take place on Thursday night at UPMC Nowlan Park is postponed. It will be re-fixed at a later date.
Click below for the full GAA statement.
The Department of Health and the HSE have issued advice on the current COVID-19 situation. We advise all members and clubs to please familiarise themselves with this advice and to follow it at all times.
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A meeting will take place for all Irish language and Cultural Officers in Nowlan Park on Wednesday 4th March at 7:30pm. We would ask that all clubs are represented on the night. Furthermore, we would like to extend the invitation to other club members who may be interested in promoting Irish in their club. Looking forward to meeting you all on the night.
Beidh cruinniú na n-Oifigeach Gaeilge againn i bPáirc Uí Nualláin ar an gCéadaoin, 4 Márta ag 7:30i.n. Ba dheas linn dá mbeadh ionadaí ag gach aon chlub sa chontae ag an gcruinniú. Cuirfear fáilte mhór roimh gach éinne a bhfuil spéis acu sa teanga chomh maith. Táimid ag súil go mór le bualadh libh ar an oíche.