The GAA want further clarity from the Government as regards when Gaelic games will be allowed to resume.
The new Living With COVID roadmap published by the Government on Tuesday night offered more confusion regarding sport's place under revised restriction levels.
It had appeared that inter-county GAA was again listed alongside elite sport permissible under Level-3 and Level-4 restrictions.
But the Taoiseach Micheal Martin later outlined, "The levels are a continuity from the old plan.
"There’s no question of that. There may be an issue with the transmission of that. But there’s no issue with the playing of elite sports."
On Wednesday afternoon, the GAA said it "remains impossible to plan a revised Master Fixtures calendar for 2021".
It is expected that inter-county training will be allowed to resume in early April, with the hope that the Allianz Leagues can begin in May.
The GAA added, "Despite any speculation you may read or hear to the contrary, we would again reiterate that the GAA have not decided on what competitions may or may not be facilitated in any revised national fixture programme.
As you will be aware by now, the Irish Government yesterday published their “Covid 19: Resilience and Recovery 2021” plan. There is no immediate change for sport outlined in the plan and as per our last communication to you, it is clear that no on-field activity will be permitted - even at inter county level – until Easter at the earliest.
We will be seeking clarity on certain aspects of the provisions on sport in the new Government document and while the document does envisage the return of inter-county games at Level 4 and of some club games in Level 3, it remains impossible to plan a revised Master Fixtures calendar for 2021, as there is no indication at this point of when these Levels may kick in. The exercise is further complicated by the need to align our plans with whatever is permitted by the NI Executive for Counties and clubs in that jurisdiction.
In the interim, and despite any speculation you may read or hear to the contrary, we would again reiterate that the GAA have not decided on what competitions may or may not be facilitated in any revised national fixture programme for 2021. Such decisions will be a factor of how much time is ultimately available to us, both for an inter county season and for the broader participation levels that will be necessary for a meaningful club season at both adult and underage levels.
The next signpost on the road for society is likely to come in the week leading up to Easter. We will again communicate directly with Counties and Clubs at that point and once Government make clear whether they see any further relaxing of restrictions (for example allowing inter-county training or games) being permitted.
We also want to assure you that we will publish a revised National Fixtures calendar at the earliest possible opportunity.
We thank you again for your patience and understanding of a very trying situation and we look forward with optimism to the resumption of GAA activities at all levels later in the year.