A final call will be made today about whether Kilkenny and Wexford’s National hurling league game will go ahead on Sunday.
Last weekend’s match was cancelled due to covid cases in the Wexford camp however the game was re-fixed for this Sunday at 3 pm.
The GAA’s CCCC says the game will go ahead subject to the Wexford players currently isolating being deemed safe to play by the HSE today (Thursday)
The GAA’s postponement policy on Allianz League games is as follows:
Where a County is unable to fulfill a fixture due to issues related to Covid, the game will be awarded to the opposing team (walkover), but without any further penalty being imposed. The exceptions to this are:
– Where there is a clear 13 days between the original fixture and the next scheduled round of the competition
– Any game where relegation would be a direct consequence of the walkover.”