Published Monday, 14 April 2014
Protestors said their club will be occupied on a 24-hour basis from Sunday. (© UTV)
Members of the Casement Social Club said despite reaching an agreement two weeks ago, they were sent a letter from the GAA on Friday telling them they would have to leave by Monday.
It comes as work on a major redevelopment of the stadium is due to start.
The social club described the letter as "totally contrary" to a previous agreement they said was made with the Ulster Council, the Antrim GAA and the development board at Casement.
Demonstrators intended to occupy the building until the matter was resolved.
On Monday evening club chairman Bob Murray said agreement was reached following a meeting with former GAA president Peter Quinn, who sits on the Casement Park redevelopment board.
He said that all seven terms they had demanded will now be honoured and the club will now stay open until a new temporary premises is ready.
No-one from Antrim GAA was available for comment.
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