Gaelic football is alive and kicking
JOHN W Condon says the handpass has killed Gaelic football (Letters, August 9).
It seems some people wish players to just hoof the ball aimlessly up and down the field, rather than take time to pick out a player in a better position, which is the sign of a good team.
Handpassing is required because a long kick is not always a good option. Teams need to work a bit of space for themselves.