Kilkenny and District League organisers are meeting this week to decide what way they’ll work the season when it does resume this year.
Government restrictions mean there are no games taking place at the moment however there is hope that all the cup competitions will be runoff.
It’s doubtful that they will be able to finish off the leagues at this stage given the tight timeline.
Tom Mullins from the KDL says that’s not confirmed yet but it is likely.
“We could have half of April, maybe May and June to play a bit of the McCalmount Cup and finish off the Maher Shield, play the divisional cups and the schoolboys cups and the girls cups,” said Tom.
“They’d be knockout competitions but everyone would have a couple of games between the divisions and the McCalmount Cups and that, and if we could get them out of the way in May and June it would be something”.
“Then what would happen there is that we finish for July and then come back in the middle of August” he added.
Listen: Tom Mullins on Scoreline Extra
Listen above to Tom Mullins on Scoreline Extra #009 from the 58:00 mark.