The Gaelic Players Association has presented three potential scenarios for its membership to weigh up with a view to how the 2021 inter-county GAA season might roll out.
The three format scenarios suggested are a reduced league (three to five rounds), followed by a knock-out championship.
Alternatively, they have asked the membership for views on no league followed by a knock-out championship (minimum one game) and no league followed by a championship, based on the provincial championships and qualifiers which would provide a minimum of two games.
The GPA, headed by Mayo’s Tom Parsons, has advised members that it will ask the GAA for clarity on the season in the belief that waiting for a Government announcement on April 4 “will be too late.”
The Irish Independent reports that it is hoped responses will be gathered through squad representatives over the weekend and conveyed to Croke Park prior to their CCCC’s next meeting.