All GAA activities may be suspended until July 20 but groundsmen all around Ireland have had no let up for the past ten weeks.
Their hard work has seen the GAA pitches all over Ireland never look better as they have had a chance to recover from the wet winter and have had no wear during all of spring.
Looking at them just makes the heart grow fonder.
Double cut on the pitch this morning. Doesn't it just look fabulous, only crying out to be played on. @gaacrettyard @Quadropdosing @terralift @TheToroCompany #fieldofdreams #stripesonstripes #doublecut #no1pitch #gaapitch pic.twitter.com/v3uk3WHzuM— Jason Kearney (@JasonKearney4) May 28, 2020
Our pitches are cut with extra care every time but even more so this time round. Our club like everyone else is very grateful for all you are doing 💙🌈 pic.twitter.com/fdj86SLFER— Dunloy Cuchullains (@DunloyGAC) May 25, 2020
2.4m #MajorSwift making stripes at @clonmoreGFC in #Carlow ☀️— Major Equipment (@MajorEquipment) May 29, 2020
Cullen Nurseries are grass cutting contractors for schools and football pitches in addition to owning a native tree and hedging nursery. 🌳
Fine weather to be out and about! Thanks for sharing Robert! 👍 pic.twitter.com/vHiLTAwQl5
Out this morning double mowing Church road, place is looking really nice..... few dry patches here and there pic.twitter.com/7l1gK6zcIP— Cathal Browne (@cathalbrowne3) May 26, 2020
Cortown pitch looking immaculate under the gorgeous sunshine today as chief Grounds man Pat Watters gave the pitch the short back & sides fade!— Cortown GFC (@CortownGFC) May 27, 2020
The Cortown lotto is back & we will be going live on Facebook on Friday night with €6200 up for grabs. Play at https://t.co/zYCJv2es9W pic.twitter.com/uO4VExInHG