GAA supporters urged to enjoy All-Ireland finals in a safe manner over coming weeks – Carrigy

11th December 2020 - Senator Micheál Carrigy

GAA supporters should enjoy the All-Ireland finals in a safe and responsible manner by adhering to public health guidelines, a Fine Gael Senator has said.

Micheál Carrigy, who is Fine Gael’s Seanad spokesperson on Media, Arts, Sports & Tourism, said, “It has been a year like no other for Irish sport, and over the next few weeks we have the All-Ireland hurling, camogie and football finals to look forward to.

“Our players and their support staff deserve a huge amount of credit for their dedication and professionalism over the last number of months in providing people with enjoyment in what has been such a challenging year.

“Management and board officials have also ensured that all safety protocols around training and matches has been monitored closely so that the games passed off safely during the pandemic.

“I would once again like to thank those involved for the commitment they have shown in the safe staging of games and training over the last number of months.

“As someone who is involved in my local GAA club, I am thoroughly looking forward to the next few weeks of sporting action.

“I would also like to reiterate calls made by the GAA to ask all supporters to be cognisant of public health guidelines, adhere to social distancing and to take care while watching the games and afterwards,” Senator Carrigy concluded.

Stay Up To Date With Fine Gael