The All-Ireland semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone has been delayed for another week to Saturday, August 28th after Tyrone announced that they could not fulfil the fixture if it were to go ahead on August 21st.
The Ulster champions’ county board said that it could not field a side after receiving expert medical opinion on the health of their players.
There has been a Covid outbreak in the setup that has caused the county to play without some players n the Ulster Senior Football Championship and the game to be rescheduled once previously.
The updated schedule also sees the All-Ireland get pushed back another week to Sunday, September 11th.
The winner of the semi-final between the Munster and Ulster champions will face Mayo in the final after they beat defending champions Dublin in extra time in their semi-final.
The GAA say the revised schedule has been finalised with the integrity of the championship in mind and to ensure that Kerry were not denied a semi-final outing.
Tyrone’s county board have welcomed the decision made by the CCCC to postpone their fixture for a second time.