The GAA has announced that only yellow sliotars will be permitted for the 2020 GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship.

The last two stagings of the Fenway Classics in the United States have trialled a yellow sliotar and the association has said that sliotars with white leather cannot be used for the upcoming championship, including provincial championship ties. 

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In an outline of regulations for the condensed season, a water break between the 15th and 20th minute of each half will be in operation once the referee has signalled after the ball has gone out of play following a score, wide, or during a stoppage.

The break is to last for no more than a minute with players coming to the area in front of their team zone and using clearly marked personal bottles, or single-use bottles should be used for fluid intake. 

Regulations also stipulate that there is no Maor Uisce role permitted in either code. 

In senior matches, a panel of 26 is allowed in the "controlled zone", with that number dropping to 24 for minor and U-20, while backroom teams are allowed up to a maximum of 12 personnel.