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Tyrone’s Conor Meyler battles Monaghan’s Killian Lavelle in the Ulster SFC final – Provincial competitions will be played in February and March under proposal ‘B’ SAM BARNES/SPORTSFILE

Tyrone’s Conor Meyler battles Monaghan’s Killian Lavelle in the Ulster SFC final – Provincial competitions will be played in February and March under proposal ‘B’ SAM BARNES/SPORTSFILE

Tyrone’s Conor Meyler battles Monaghan’s Killian Lavelle in the Ulster SFC final – Provincial competitions will be played in February and March under proposal ‘B’ SAM BARNES/SPORTSFILE

The hand of GAA history rests upon the shoulders of the 183 delegates who are due to gather in Croke Park tomorrow to decide the fate of the All-Ireland football championship format.

Realistically, the delegates face a straight choice between what has become known as proposal ‘B’ or returning to the traditional format combining the provincial system with the back door qualifiers but with the addition of a new championship, the Tailteann Cup, for counties in Division 3 and 4.


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