Wednesday 17 January 2018

Eugene McGee: Rules not a matter of life or death

Every sports organisation in the world has rules to control the methods by which they operate and rules which govern the way their actual games are played.

In most cases, changes or adaptations in organisational or playing rules are no big deal and are regarded simply as the progression of the particular sport into the modern environment.

But the GAA is a very different animal when it comes to analysing its rules and there is never a year without major rows and controversies about how they are handled.

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