Former Mayo footballer and Fine Gael Deputy Alan Dillon has called for an investigation to take place following reports of Dublin holding a training session involving several players in what was a breach of both the organisation's guidelines those imposed by the Government.
The GAA and the Gardai are investigating the reports.
A Garda statement released this afternoon says that if breaches of public health regulations are identified a Fixed Payment Notice may be issued.
The GAA has expressed 'frustration and extreme disappointment' after footballer of the year Brian Fenton, Jonny Cooper and Brian Howard were among players photographed by the Irish Independent training at the Innisfails GAA club in north Dublin.
Inter-county training is banned until April 19th under Government protocols and the GAA say they will "pursue" the allegations.
Alan Dillon says it's hugely disappointing and says an immediate investigation now needs to take place.