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GAA have handled shutdown well but boundaries will be pushed during phased return, says Enda McGinley

 

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Safety first: Enda McGinley believes the cautious approach taken by GAA chiefs is to be commended

Safety first: Enda McGinley believes the cautious approach taken by GAA chiefs is to be commended

Safety first: Enda McGinley believes the cautious approach taken by GAA chiefs is to be commended

A former member of the GAA's Medical, Scientific and Welfare Committee has expressed his satisfaction with the course of action taken by the Association during the Coronavirus pandemic so far, but sounds a note of caution as they begin to re-open their premises and activities.

Enda McGinley, the three time All-Ireland winner with Tyrone, had a cautious welcome for the return to play.

"They had to be cautious and they went to the ultra-cautious end of it when they didn't re-open their grounds while other sports facilities are currently opening," explains McGinley.