Roscommon Camogie manager Frank Browne joined the Sunday Sports Show this afternoon.
The Midwest Radio GAA analyst discussed current restrictions on sport, the Dublin GAA training SAGA and the prospective return of Gaelic Games this summer.
The Ballyhaunis man believes that there is no consistency in the messaging from Government regarding Covid-19 restrictions, adding that he would see no issue with people going out to play a round of golf or tennis.
The former Mayo Ladies Senior Football manager speculated that the GAA may be quite happy that games are not deemed elite, as training without games would lead to mounting financial costs.
On the topic of the Dublin Senior footballers training session which breaching Covid-19 restrictions, the former Dublin Camogie manager says that the real people the players let down was underage players.
He says it was a terrible kick in the teeth to people and showed Dublin GAA and their footballers talking out of two sides of their mouths, prompting people to hold firm while flouting restrictions.
He added that it was a copout to say the players are amateurs and believes Dublin Senior Football manager Dessie Farrell should have stepped down as opposed to his three-month suspension.
Frank Browne has been speaking to Midwest Radio's Michael D. McAndrew.