A DONEGAL GAA Regional League game has been postponed over Covid-19 fears after a player reported positive symptoms in a questionnaire.
In a health questionnaire this morning, a Cloughaneely player reported symptoms for Covid-19.
The player will now be tested for Covid-19 while this evening’s Regional League game against St Michael’s has been postponed as a precaution.
All players and coaches who have been in contact with the player in question are self-isolating until the test result is known.
Last weekend, Naomh Colmcille temporarily suspended club activities having played a challenge game the previous week against Derry club Glack.
A Donegal GAA statement said: “A CLG Cloich Cheann Fhaola player reported positive symptoms for Covid-19 on his Health Questionaire on Saturday.
“The GAA protocols in this case are that the player immediately gets tested for Covid and if there has been a training session in the previous 48 hours all players and coaches are considered as close contacts.
“The club has not trained since Tuesday. Nevertheless, as the player in question has socialised with a number of his club colleagues, the Donegal CCC are taking the precaution of postponing this weekend’s fixture between Cloich Cheann Fhaola and Naomh Micheál.
“All players and coaches that have been in contact with the player in question are self-isolating until the test result is known.”