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With split-season GAA risks missing wood for the trees

Damian Stack


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With the sheer glut of fixtures over the past couple of weekend's GAA fans are often left in a bind unable to take in all the action on TV or in person Photo by John Sheridan / Sportsfile

With the sheer glut of fixtures over the past couple of weekend's GAA fans are often left in a bind unable to take in all the action on TV or in person Photo by John Sheridan / Sportsfile

With the sheer glut of fixtures over the past couple of weekend's GAA fans are often left in a bind unable to take in all the action on TV or in person Photo by John Sheridan / Sportsfile

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You’d think the GAA are nearly half embarrassed about their flagship product such is the indecent haste with which they’re rushing through the championships.

It’s felt increasingly that way over the last couple of years, with little or no time to draw breath from one weekend to the next, with limited opportunity for the excitement and interest to build. Instead, it’s rush, rush, rush.


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