The significant contribution to Irish culture by the founder of the GAA will be celebrated with the inaugural Michael Cusack Day in Carron, located in the heart of the Burren in County Clare, at midday on Sunday (20 September).
Following the release today of the Government's Resilience and Recovery 2020-21: Plan for Living with COVID-19, the FAI, GAA and IRFU have set up a working group to bring a collaborative approach to the development of a roadmap for the safe return of spectators to stadia.
The GAA have today confirmed plans to formally proceed with the 2020 All-Ireland senior, U20 and minor inter-county football and hurling championships from next month after having had positive talks with the Government in relation to funding.
Minister for Sports Catherine Martin has arranged for sporting bodies to meet with Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and the Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn in relation to Covid-19 restrictions.
The GAA has today launched a major initiative to focus on the victims of the Bloody Sunday attack at Croke Park in 1920 with a series of projects dedicated to the lost lives in the run up to the centenary commemoration next November.