ENTHUSIASTIC youngsters in Cork couldn't have asked for better conditions as they were permitted to return to training on Monday.
Great to see our U13 to U16's back on the field . Looking forward to welcoming our younger brigade tomorrow night .💚🖤💛 pic.twitter.com/4iGerEPap1— Glen Rovers Camogie (@Glengirls1) April 26, 2021
Soaring temperatures and well-rested pitches made for an ideal setting as players U18 were allowed to gather again for outdoor sports.
For adults, golf and pitch and putt courses re-opened on Monday, as well as tennis clubs, though all bar the elite must wait for further news before they're permitted to train and play.
Things were a bit wild in Coachford tonight.....1st night left out in the field.......@Coachford_AFC @CoachfordColGAA @Denis_Hurley @PaudieP @germccarthy74 @colmoregan @BigRedBench @OfficialCorkGAA @MuskerryGAA @EamonnMurphy19 @MickFoley76 pic.twitter.com/vHywMBPuEX— aghabulloguegaa (@aghabulloguegaa) April 26, 2021
Great night down in Tramore Park 2 nite⚽️ pic.twitter.com/eRJyrdEdBe— derek ogorman (@OgormanDerek) April 26, 2021
Great to see club activity back on the pitch once again. Our U12 boys had the honour to kick off 2021 this evening with lots of teams, boys and girls lining up closely behind. Enjoy the weeks and months ahead of GAA action everyone and stay safe! @RebelOg_ @EastCorkGAA pic.twitter.com/3TJ8aTxfGB— WatergrasshillGAA (@WatergrasshillG) April 26, 2021