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Roscommon captain says players very disappointed at prospect of no GAA action until May

Feb 11, 2021 17:02 By Shannonside News
Roscommon captain says players very disappointed at prospect of no GAA action until May Roscommon captain says players very disappointed at prospect of no GAA action until May
25 January 2019; Roscommon footballer Enda Smith is pictured at the launch of the new Roscommon GAA jersey, at the Glenroyal Hotel & Leisure Club
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Roscommon GAA Captain Enda Smith says players are very disappointed at being told that there won't be any GAA action on the field until

Roscommon GAA Captain Enda Smith says players are very disappointed at being told that there won't be any GAA action on the field until Easter at the earliest.

The GAA announced yesterday evening that inter-county training or games is not permitted under the current restrictions and the sport isn't being classed as elite this year.

Enda Smith said he hadn't been aware that GAA wouldn't be classed as an elite sport this year and he and other players had been hoping they'd be back on the field in March.

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He says even though training as individuals is harder than in a group, he has no doubt that people will continue their commitment until they can get back on the field…

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