Proposals on a revised fixture schedule are set to be forwarded to Tyrone clubs in the coming few days after last week’s announcement of a green light to resume GAA competitions from July 31st.
On Friday past Croke Park set out its ‘Gaelic Games Safe Return Roadmap’ which included an eleven week window for a condensed club campaign at both adult and underage level.
Counties will be expected to have their competitions completed before the Inter-County Championships take centre stage from mid-October onwards.
Speaking on Wednesday Tyrone PRO Eugene McConnell stated that a Fixtures Review Committee meeting had been scheduled in response to the GAA ‘Roadmap’ announcement.
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