The GAA's management committee and county board chairs are to meet remotely today to discuss options around the All Ireland Championship during the pandemic.

There is the possibility there may be no All-Ireland finals played in 2020.

The Government had suggested a potential return date of 20 July for "sport team leagues", including Gaelic games, but there is the possibility there may be no championship played this year.

Yesterday, Connacht GAA president Gerry McGovern, a member of the GAA's Management Committee, said the risks of a return to playing action in 2020 are too high, and instead he urged the Association to focus completely on the 2021 Championships.

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