While the decision to postpone the conclusion of the Littlewoods National Camogie League will have had no effect on the Limerick squad, manager Paul Sexton admits it is still a tough time for everyone.
Limerick who had played all their group games had been knocked out of the competition but remained safe with a final day win over Dublin.
Yesterday the Camogie Association further extended their suspension of camogie related activities with Sexton saying there are more pressing concerns at hand.
“What we are facing is a lot more difficult than organising a championship, it’s everyday life.”
“Those in charge will have a decision when it comes to the championship. Do we have a league system or do we go straight knockout like they did for the hurling for many years.”
Although his players are not allowed to train together, he says all have a plan of action and are eager to get back to playing.
But for the meantime;
“Everyone is left to their own devices at the moment.”