Simonstown Gaels have become the latest club to suspend activity after a player tested positive for Covid-19. 

Sunday's Dublin SFC 1 round-robin game between Raheny and St Oliver Plunketts/ Eoghan Ruadh was postponed after a Raheny player tested positive, while last week in Clare Cratloe's senior hurling championship game against Eire Óg was called off. 

On Sunday night, Simonstown Gaels released a statement confirming they are freezing all action for two days.

"A decision has been made to suspend all GAA activities at Simonstown GFC for 48 hours as a result of one adult panel member testing positive to Covid-19," it read. 

"All GAA and HSE guidelines have been followed and we await further advice from the HSE team.

"We ask all our members, players and coaches to maintain vigilance in the battle against Covid-19."

Simonstown were beaten by Nobber 2-16 to 0-20 on Friday night in Group C of the Meath SFC.