Several Dublin footballers take part in collective training session
A number of high-profile Dublin GAA senior football players have engaged in a collective training session in breach of public health rules.
The Irish Independent has revealed that at least nine players engaged in a series of group training drills on Wednesday morning at the Innisfails GAA club in North Dublin.
Among those reported to be in the session were Footballer of the Year Brian Fenton, Jonny Cooper, and Brian Howard.
The development involving the All-Ireland champions is a setback to the GAA's plans to allow inter-county panels to return to collective training on April 19th.
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