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Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010

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New faces will get involved after GAA clubs' community efforts during lockdown

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9th  July 2020 - 
John Morgan,Conor King and Peter King back in training with St Brigids

9th July 2020 - John Morgan,Conor King and Peter King back in training with St Brigids

Stephen Hamilton

9th July 2020 - John Morgan,Conor King and Peter King back in training with St Brigids

The build-up to the start of club action has been frenetic over the past few weeks with players returning to collective training, officials mapping out fixture lists and volunteers enthusiastically undertaking the miscellany of duties necessary to get a club up and running again.

While I am aware that many clubs, and indeed county teams, are as yet unaware how many of their players will commit to the cause once again, I can say with considerable certainty that I have never observed as many people within the precincts of clubs as I have over the past fortnight.

There is no doubt that a yearning desire for on-field action is palpable, with everyone anxious to see competitive fare take centre stage.