Kilkenny have become the latest county to suspend league fixtures in the month of April.
The suspension could lead to a restructuring of the county’s league and Championship when play is allowed resume.
Meanwhile, UPMC Nowlan Park has been made available to the HSE as a drive-thru COVID-19 testing centre.
Statement from Kilkenny GAA
“Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Kilkenny County Board has decided to suspend all club activity at Adult and Juvenile level for the foreseeable future. This includes the two rounds of the hurling League/Championship which were scheduled for the weekends of the 4th/5th April and the 18/19th April.”
“This will mean a possible restructuring of the hurling League/Championship formats when activity resumes. Both the County Board and Management meetings scheduled for April are also postponed.”
“Again, all Club Officials, Team Managers and Players are reminded that it is essential that they adhere to HSE guidelines in relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
“Thank you all for your cooperation to date and hope you keep well at this difficult time. “