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Appliance of science helps GAA solve Covid conundrum

Donnchadh Boyle


From streaming matches online to new ticketing systems, technology is allowing Association to cope

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On the run: Cian Lynch, the 2018 Hurler of the Year, in action as his Patrickswell side ran out 3-23 to 0-26 winners against Adare in Round 1 of the Limerick SHC at LIT Gaelic Grounds. Photo: Sportsfile

On the run: Cian Lynch, the 2018 Hurler of the Year, in action as his Patrickswell side ran out 3-23 to 0-26 winners against Adare in Round 1 of the Limerick SHC at LIT Gaelic Grounds. Photo: Sportsfile

On the run: Cian Lynch, the 2018 Hurler of the Year, in action as his Patrickswell side ran out 3-23 to 0-26 winners against Adare in Round 1 of the Limerick SHC at LIT Gaelic Grounds. Photo: Sportsfile

If necessity is the mother of invention, then clubs and county boards around the country are finding new ways of operating as they look to run their affairs and play off their championships in the most challenging of circumstances.

And in various guises, technology is providing solutions to the challenges the pandemic has thrown up.


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