YOUGHAL Greyhound Track has been offered a reprieve from proposed closure.
Before the Covid-19 restrictions brought all sport to a halt, a report from the Irish Greyhound Board earmarked Youghal as one of four stadiums that weren't economically viable.
Despite operating since 1948, the report said Youghal was loss-making and had the lowest attendance of any venue in the west and south-west.
Now along with the venue in Enniscorthy, Youghal will get the chance to revive their businesses, though Lifford and Longford won't re-open.
They could implement the proposed restructuring as recommended in the original report;
They could provide an opportunity for Youghal and Enniscorthy for a fixed period of time to address challenges/issues identified and for key performances to be set;
They could decide not to implement the recommendations of the Indecon report.