Drug-testing is a small price to pay to keep Gaelic games clean 

Without knowing the particulars of the case, the news that a Gaelic footballer has questions to answer for returning a positive for steroids should come as no surprise to anyone. That he is only the second player ever - since GAA inter-county players have been subjected to anti-doping testing - from within the GAA to have to answer questions about what the GAA's Anti-Doping Hearings Committee neatly term an "adverse finding" should be the only surprise.