Monday 5 December 2016

Gaelic football is alive and kicking

Published 10/08/2010 | 05:00

JOHN W Condon says the handpass has killed Gaelic football (Letters, August 9).

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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.

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