Limerick camogie manager Paul Sexton is the latest to lament the decision made to cancel the 2020 Minor Camogie championship.
It has been the largest casualty in the GAA as a result of the suspension as plans are made for all other major competitions.
Senior Camogie manager Sexton has called for a u-turn on this ‘unforgivable’ decision.
“It’s nearly unforgivable, it has to be reversed.”
However, his side will return to championship action in October and Sexton is excited about the prospect of the club championship returning first.
“It’s great. For our benefit we will be able to see players in action for their clubs before they come back to us which we didn’t have last year.”