It’s section 7.5 (e)
(e) A Suspension for all other Infractions provided for
in Rule or County Bye-Laws means Suspension from
all functions, privileges and Competitions under the
Association’s control, but not from membership of the
Depends on the definition of functions & privileges, but no mention of training there.
I would assume that functions & privileges means to act in an official capacity (club chairman/secretary, be part of an official committee, be a referee etc.) I cannot see how taking part in training would fall under any loose definition of this by even the most strict interpretation. And certainly a decent legal mind could successfully argue the point to the DRA if they chose to.
Otherwise if you took it to mean that it relates to any and all GAA related activity, then a suspended player shouldn’t look at a game on TV, talk about games (even in their sleep), attend any team/club/disciplinary or appeal meetings, enter a GAA ground, follow a personal training programme given to them in connection with a GAA team, wear a GAA top, touch any piece of GAA equipment (hurley/helmet/football etc.) on peril of further sanction…