The GAA and GPA have reached an agreement on a players' charter, ending a dispute over expenses which saw players and some managers avoid media duties earlier in the season.

The charter will cover the 2022 season. RTÉ Sport understands that both parties are satisfied with the new deal.

It’s understood that restrictions on panel sizes have been eased. An agreement for mileage expenses for four sessions per week was also made. Any further sessions will involve administrative interaction at both local and central level.

The GPA had been looking for their 'Contact Hours Policy’ document, which draws heavily from sports science, and was recently considered by the GAA’s Sports Science workgroup, to form the cornerstone on addressing issues highlighted by players, such as expenses and other matters.

It has been agreed that a new charter will be negotiated for 2023. All previously outstanding issues relating to travel expenses have been resolved.

Following the high profile stand-off, both GAA and GPA say they are committed to working together in a positive way in an effort to avoid similar issues arising in the future.

In a joint statement from the GAA and the GPA has confirmed that a resolution has been found and than a new charter will be negotiated for the 2023 season.

"Subject to approval by the GAA's Ard Chomhairle and the GPA's National Executive Committee who meet separately this week, the GAA and the players’ representative body can confirm that agreement has been reached on a Players’ Charter which will cover the 2022 season," it read.

"It has also been agreed after recent discussions that a new charter will be negotiated for 2023. All previously outstanding issues relating to travel expenses have been resolved. The GAA and GPA are committed to working together in a positive way in an effort to avoid similar issues arising in the future."