A lot can happen in sport in twenty four hours, and in the case of Mount Leinster Rangers, it’s back to business as usual.
On Friday morning, the club issued a statement halting all activities due to concerns arising over Covid-19 contact tracing results.
Early Saturday morning, the club announced they are resuming all activities with immediate effect.
Via the club’s Facebook page,
“Mt Leinster Rangers Gaa club update .
On receipt of further clarification and guidance from the HSE, Mt Leinster Rangers Gaa Club are resuming all activities with immediate effect.
Stay safe everyone .”
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Mount Leinster Rangers’ hurlers are in action against St. Mullins at intermediate grade this evening at 6.30pm and senior grade tomorrow at 1.30pm.
Their senior fixture is live on KCLR from Netwatch Cullen Park at 1.30pm this Sunday afternoon.