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Sorry sight: Casement Park in its current state of disrepair, but Ulster Council officials hope a decision on redevelopment will come soon

Sorry sight: Casement Park in its current state of disrepair, but Ulster Council officials hope a decision on redevelopment will come soon

Sorry sight: Casement Park in its current state of disrepair, but Ulster Council officials hope a decision on redevelopment will come soon

With the GAA world in flux as they attempt to stage their major competitions in the coming weeks as well as the final stages of domestic club Championships, Declan Bogue speaks to Ulster Council CEO Brian McAvoy about what has been and what is yet to come as the body makes its' way through 2020.

Q. Let's start with the youngest members of the GAA and how things affect them. Now that schools have gone back, will coaches be able to go into schools to help children take their first steps in sport?

A. It's a matter for schools to decide if they would like to have coaches in or not. They are not 'banned' per se.