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If January is a wicked month, it can often show what a player is made of, building character for days that matter

Colm O'Rourke


This time of year brings a sense of renewed enthusiasm during a bleak time

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The Longford team warm-up before the O'Byrne Cup Group 'A' match between Longford and Louth at Rathcline GAA club in Lanesboro, Longford. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

The Longford team warm-up before the O'Byrne Cup Group 'A' match between Longford and Louth at Rathcline GAA club in Lanesboro, Longford. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

The Longford team warm-up before the O'Byrne Cup Group 'A' match between Longford and Louth at Rathcline GAA club in Lanesboro, Longford. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

If the GAA was having a nine-month season and people were asked what three months should be off, most would probably nominate December, January and early February as the months to go into hibernation.

And if pushed to have one month with no games, then January would get the nod certainly.


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