Former Galway hurler Cathal Moore has called for the decision not to complete this year's All-Ireland Seconday School and Colleges' series to be revisited.
The Presentation College, Athenry principal was speaking to RTÉ Radio One's Saturday Sport.
His school had reached the final four of their hurling competition in the Croke Cup before Covid-19 restrictions came into place in March.
"The sense of disappointment among the players, students and parents, it hasn't gone away," said Moore.
"There's no place I go any day to any match where I don't meet one of the players or parents and I'm asked has there been any development.
"They are still very anxious to go ahead and finish this. It will only take two days to do it. One day for two teams, whoever loses their semi-final and two days for the teams that get through [to the final]."
He added that, "I know what sport can do for the well-being of students and I think this is something that maybe needs to be revisited to see if there is any possibility if this could happen.
"There is a will among the four schools to play this competition at some stage and in the other competitions, I think a way should be found to do it.
"There is a sense of disgruntlement there, it's not going away, it hasn't subsided and I think it's something that needs to be looked at again."
Moore also contrasted the situation for soccer players at his school in comparison to the stance on the GAA side.
"We're also in an Under-17 soccer final and the FAI have written to us asking for permission to organise that final when it's safe," he said.
"Some of the players that are playing in the hurling panel are also in the soccer and they just can't understand the difference."