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The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 8 Like(s)

Replying To OpenStand:  "It's one thing Waterford giving a walkover but the way they speak about Antrim and people in the NORTH is very insulting . Waterford county board big believers in our island been partitioned."
Yeah poor form. Similar to Longford and travelling to Derry. Teams are going into empty stadiums and have no contact with people out side their own group. The venue doesn't really matter. Those damn dirty northerners seems to be the attitude of some. They should catch up with Edwin Poots up here. They would probably have a lot in common.

RoverTin (National) - 22/10/2020 11:00:42

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 8 Like(s)

Replying To Fionn:  "https://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/2020/1022/1173131-waterford-concede-league-game-against-antrim/ Another game bites the dust due to Covid."
It's one thing Waterford giving a walkover but the way they speak about Antrim and people in the NORTH is very insulting . Waterford county board big believers in our island been partitioned.

OpenStand (National) - 22/10/2020 09:36:28

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 6 Like(s)

Replying To OpenStand:  "It's one thing Waterford giving a walkover but the way they speak about Antrim and people in the NORTH is very insulting . Waterford county board big believers in our island been partitioned."
Nothing short of disgusting to try and pin this on Antrim with their statement. Waterford can fup right off with their self pity and partitionist attitude.

Offside_Rule (National) - 22/10/2020 13:22:35

Crazy Decision Regarding Under 20 Football Final - 6 Like(s)

Replying To KillingFields:  "The only rugby matches that are allowed now are professional games where all players are tested on very regular basis. Players dont work other jobs. Not the same as the GAA."
That's not true. The women's rugby team is not professional. They are amateur. They work outside rugby to earn a living. They are going to Paris of all places next week to play France in The Six Nations. Paris is in lockdown and there is a night time curfew. France has declared a state of emergency due to the fact that there are approximately 30,000 new cases of Covid every day. There are over 100 Covid deaths every day in France at the moment. The logistics of going to France involve travelling from Dublin, travelling to your accommodation, travelling to and from your team training base, travelling to and from the stadium, living In the team hotel and travelling back to Dublin. Yet The IRFU thinks it's acceptable to send an amateur panel, management team, back room team and officials to France !!! Sending any team to France including the men's team at the moment is highly questionable. Testing only tells you whether or not you have Covid. It doesn't prevent you from getting it.

Greengrass (National) - 22/10/2020 10:06:38

Anti GAA Agenda - 5 Like(s)

Replying To KillingFields:  "True in that Joe Molloy is a Kildare man who's family are from Silgo. Joe Molloy works for virgin Rugby and Off the ball Rugby newstalk. Joe went ranting on air and on twitter calling for the GAA season to be cancelled this is a direct attack on the GAA organisation by Rugby media. Vodapone "team of us" put a lot of money into Irish rugby and wont be too happy to see direct competition over the next few weeks they heavily involved in Off the ball newstalk. brisbane (Galway) - Posts: 448 - 21/10/2020 15:58:26Off the Ball covers all sports. He isnt rugby media. He is a sports journalist. Covers GAA and everything else with OTB. Molly's Dad is a Mayoman. Before he took the TV job he was clueless on rugby, still is in many ways. He's more of a soccer and golf man. Don't let the truth get in the way of your lies. GreenandRed (Mayo) - Posts: 5851 - 21/10/2020 16:18:25 Wouldnt say clueless on rugby but far from the best. He is from Limerick and is a big Munster rugby fan. His name- Killing fields, refers to a D4 rugby term for Limerick rugby. Limerick are not good at Gaelic football, they are in division 4. He is focally anti Gaelic football. That said, it is nice to have some Munster rugby fans on this platform. I am a big Premier league football fan. Who nearly always watches Match of the Day. galwayford (Galway) - Posts: 1887 - 21/10/2020 16:24:38Im not anti gaelic football but do think the rule book needs drastic overhaul. What "D4 rugby term" (whats a d4 rugby term anyway?) did i use? No they are not......just look at all the comments on social media over past 48 hrs....look at the profiles of the people commenting LoI fans, rugby fans etc all in a sustained attack on GAA due to its popularity ...... The chip on the shoulder of these people about the GAA is immense even the way the refer to it as bog ball and stick fighting thinking they are cool and hip when actually they are simply trying to ape a colonial power that tramped their people into the ground for generations ...... ArmaghCat (Armagh) - Posts: 49 - 21/10/2020 16:35:44 hahahaha do you have links to all these comments that are anti gaa? Care to show on many main rugby forums that people use terms such as bog ball and stick fighting? I'm GAA first and foremost but have more than an interest in other sports including soccer and rugby. This means I read and follow the media attached to all sports and make no mistake the current campaign is nothing to do with Covid. Irish rugby is a farce; we're brainwashed into thinking the international rugby team touches every community in Ireland and we're one of the top international teams with a chance of becoming world champions. It's a complete farce; yes the team do fairly well; winning a few 6 nations in the years post world cup when all other nations are in transition planning for the next world cup year. Look at Ireland's record in WC years or at the WC itself; this is the only year every team is at peak and the same level of preparation and we're a very poor international team. Soccer to be fair is a national sport that genuinely touches every community in Ireland; our soccer team is poor but there is nothing like a successful international team - it doesn't happen often but the vast majority of the country feel genuine warmth to working class guys representing us and get behind it as a country. The mainstream media has been taken over by rugby fanatics; very much linked to the governments trying to make everything in the country middle class. There is a campaign to make rugby our national sport, it's all positive reports; nothing negative and after each awful WC year everything goes back how great rugby is. Yes Munster rugby touches working class areas but it will never be a national sport like the GAA or soccer. GAA in particular gets bad press from the media as I suspect they see us as more of a competitor. To the GAA people out there let the negativety and GAA bashing continue, they'll never achieve what they're trying to do as the GAA breaks down every class system and is the true national sport of Ireland no matter how much the rugby press dislike it. sam1884 (UK) - Posts: 637 - 21/10/2020 16:48:20 The only farcical thing is this post. You are going back to using the old insults that others have used countless times before and its been shown to be incorrect. Yes the mens rugby team have failed at world cups. Theres no arguing that but saying the 6 nations wins etc are just when the opposition is in transition is just plain lies. Going on about mainstream media being taken over is very near jim corr/gemma o doherty paranoia levels. The negativity the GAA receives in the media comes from the so called gaa people more than anyone else in particular the gaa only writers. that isnt the fault of anyone but the GAA itself."
The coverage of rugby in Ireland is farcical. I actually played rugby for the first team of my university even though I never played it until I went there, level was AIB Div 2. One of lads on the team went on to play for Munster and win 6 nations. The out half was kiwi ( I got involved as i lived with him and didn't make Sigerson panel so said I'd give rugby a go) that went on to play for Munster and Newcastle. I remember thinking that the standard of athleticism was akin to Junior football in Meath and this was the 2nd division for the whole country. It's a minority sport with small playing numbers. I've no doubt Brian O Driscoll was a very good athlete but his achievements come nowhere near to a Sheamus Coleman for eg playing at highest level of a genuine world sport. To compare, there are more registered female soccer players in US than there are male/female rugby players on the planet. It's a minority sport played by a handful of countries yet Irish media go on about the rugby team as if they are world superstars. Makes me laugh when I hear such a player is world class... of course he is if he plays for one of the 7/8 actual countries that are competitive in the world. It's popularity lies in the fact that upper middle class types worship the snobbery and BS that surrounds the sport. It's all about being seen to be there. It's horrendously commercial and fake. Irish clubs are successful because they take euro competition so seriously and rest up for the league. The French and English by comparison aren't as bothered. After that, who else is there in the whole of Europe? Nobody. They've to go to South Africa to find teams.

Crinigan (National) - 21/10/2020 19:41:05

All Ireland Championship 2020 - 5 Like(s)

Replying To katser:  "The Donegal Senior Football Team...an "essential service " there fore Hotels will welcome them! Best of Luck to both Kerry and Donegal...it has the makings of a very entertaining game, pitty it wasn't Live on the TV at 7pm Saturday."
Not right that it is only on Eir Sport. This is the game that will see Kerry crowned League Champions if they win. . .given the exceptions made to ensure this goes ahead, and that we're told it's to give people something to entertain them when they are stuck in their houses, surely it could have been made free-to-air with Eir compensated accordingly.

cavanman47 (National) - 22/10/2020 08:12:33

Anti GAA Agenda - 4 Like(s)

Replying To KillingFields:  "True in that Joe Molloy is a Kildare man who's family are from Silgo. Joe Molloy works for virgin Rugby and Off the ball Rugby newstalk. Joe went ranting on air and on twitter calling for the GAA season to be cancelled this is a direct attack on the GAA organisation by Rugby media. Vodapone "team of us" put a lot of money into Irish rugby and wont be too happy to see direct competition over the next few weeks they heavily involved in Off the ball newstalk. brisbane (Galway) - Posts: 448 - 21/10/2020 15:58:26Off the Ball covers all sports. He isnt rugby media. He is a sports journalist. Covers GAA and everything else with OTB. Molly's Dad is a Mayoman. Before he took the TV job he was clueless on rugby, still is in many ways. He's more of a soccer and golf man. Don't let the truth get in the way of your lies. GreenandRed (Mayo) - Posts: 5851 - 21/10/2020 16:18:25 Wouldnt say clueless on rugby but far from the best. He is from Limerick and is a big Munster rugby fan. His name- Killing fields, refers to a D4 rugby term for Limerick rugby. Limerick are not good at Gaelic football, they are in division 4. He is focally anti Gaelic football. That said, it is nice to have some Munster rugby fans on this platform. I am a big Premier league football fan. Who nearly always watches Match of the Day. galwayford (Galway) - Posts: 1887 - 21/10/2020 16:24:38Im not anti gaelic football but do think the rule book needs drastic overhaul. What "D4 rugby term" (whats a d4 rugby term anyway?) did i use? No they are not......just look at all the comments on social media over past 48 hrs....look at the profiles of the people commenting LoI fans, rugby fans etc all in a sustained attack on GAA due to its popularity ...... The chip on the shoulder of these people about the GAA is immense even the way the refer to it as bog ball and stick fighting thinking they are cool and hip when actually they are simply trying to ape a colonial power that tramped their people into the ground for generations ...... ArmaghCat (Armagh) - Posts: 49 - 21/10/2020 16:35:44 hahahaha do you have links to all these comments that are anti gaa? Care to show on many main rugby forums that people use terms such as bog ball and stick fighting? I'm GAA first and foremost but have more than an interest in other sports including soccer and rugby. This means I read and follow the media attached to all sports and make no mistake the current campaign is nothing to do with Covid. Irish rugby is a farce; we're brainwashed into thinking the international rugby team touches every community in Ireland and we're one of the top international teams with a chance of becoming world champions. It's a complete farce; yes the team do fairly well; winning a few 6 nations in the years post world cup when all other nations are in transition planning for the next world cup year. Look at Ireland's record in WC years or at the WC itself; this is the only year every team is at peak and the same level of preparation and we're a very poor international team. Soccer to be fair is a national sport that genuinely touches every community in Ireland; our soccer team is poor but there is nothing like a successful international team - it doesn't happen often but the vast majority of the country feel genuine warmth to working class guys representing us and get behind it as a country. The mainstream media has been taken over by rugby fanatics; very much linked to the governments trying to make everything in the country middle class. There is a campaign to make rugby our national sport, it's all positive reports; nothing negative and after each awful WC year everything goes back how great rugby is. Yes Munster rugby touches working class areas but it will never be a national sport like the GAA or soccer. GAA in particular gets bad press from the media as I suspect they see us as more of a competitor. To the GAA people out there let the negativety and GAA bashing continue, they'll never achieve what they're trying to do as the GAA breaks down every class system and is the true national sport of Ireland no matter how much the rugby press dislike it. sam1884 (UK) - Posts: 637 - 21/10/2020 16:48:20 The only farcical thing is this post. You are going back to using the old insults that others have used countless times before and its been shown to be incorrect. Yes the mens rugby team have failed at world cups. Theres no arguing that but saying the 6 nations wins etc are just when the opposition is in transition is just plain lies. Going on about mainstream media being taken over is very near jim corr/gemma o doherty paranoia levels. The negativity the GAA receives in the media comes from the so called gaa people more than anyone else in particular the gaa only writers. that isnt the fault of anyone but the GAA itself."
It's not plain lies though and any rugby follower would know this if they like to admit it or not. Look at the RFU and Welsh Rugby Union's 4 year cycle plan. It's a very well spoken about; these unions tend to move players on after a world cup and only keep a coach if they're committing to the 4 years. Their coaches don't hide the fact they're trying new systems and players with thd ultimate aim of preparing for the world cup. Those unions as well as France have a very clear policy which shows in the results at WC's compared to ourselves; yes there is one or two WC's they underachieve but not often. Ireland's policy on the other hand is building up huge momentum in the 6 nations to grow the game and increase revenue. NZ even laughed during interviews at the WC about Ireland beating them in glorified friendlies whilst they were in transition. Look at the result when NZ were at peak. I love rugby but Irish rugby is a farce and a tad embarssing when we talk about being number 1 and winning world cups. We benefit from the transitional period; even the 6 nations in WC year we tend to be awful; all a farce sorry.

sam1884 (National) - 21/10/2020 20:30:56

Crazy Decision Regarding Under 20 Football Final - 4 Like(s)

Replying To KillingFields:  "What do you do as alternative? You wont have games for next few weeks. The next years squads should then be training/prepping for their games/competition. Its perfectly fair. They both get the title. They wont have lost. You cant play the game so what else would you do?"
I'm not even going to try and have a debate with you KillingFields. A waste of time because you'll never admit you're wrong. Every poster here knows that you're a rugby man just trying to rise GAA fans.

Leftpeg1 (National) - 22/10/2020 01:21:55

Anti GAA Agenda - 4 Like(s)

Replying To sam1884:  "I'm GAA first and foremost but have more than an interest in other sports including soccer and rugby. This means I read and follow the media attached to all sports and make no mistake the current campaign is nothing to do with Covid. Irish rugby is a farce; we're brainwashed into thinking the international rugby team touches every community in Ireland and we're one of the top international teams with a chance of becoming world champions. It's a complete farce; yes the team do fairly well; winning a few 6 nations in the years post world cup when all other nations are in transition planning for the next world cup year. Look at Ireland's record in WC years or at the WC itself; this is the only year every team is at peak and the same level of preparation and we're a very poor international team. Soccer to be fair is a national sport that genuinely touches every community in Ireland; our soccer team is poor but there is nothing like a successful international team - it doesn't happen often but the vast majority of the country feel genuine warmth to working class guys representing us and get behind it as a country. The mainstream media has been taken over by rugby fanatics; very much linked to the governments trying to make everything in the country middle class. There is a campaign to make rugby our national sport, it's all positive reports; nothing negative and after each awful WC year everything goes back how great rugby is. Yes Munster rugby touches working class areas but it will never be a national sport like the GAA or soccer. GAA in particular gets bad press from the media as I suspect they see us as more of a competitor. To the GAA people out there let the negativety and GAA bashing continue, they'll never achieve what they're trying to do as the GAA breaks down every class system and is the true national sport of Ireland no matter how much the rugby press dislike it."
RTE said rugby was the people's game. Shows you how deluded they are. But then that's what happens when you base yourselves in D4 and hire most of your presenters from the same area.

Rolo2010 (National) - 22/10/2020 01:27:38

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 3 Like(s)
We are all worried, everyone from Kerry to Derry and Dublin to Galway, London, Scotland GAA, Warkickshire, New York, Europe etc ( the entire GAA world)but the statement from the Waterford County Board was shocking, who wrote it, - it is if the DUP press office sent it out Thank you Waterford for showing us how bigoted and insular you are..... A VERY DARK day in waterford- shame on you It is like animal farm - we are all Irish , but some are more Irish than others ----- shocking!!!!

cuchulainn35 (National) - 22/10/2020 14:09:41

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 3 Like(s)

Replying To GreenandRed:  "Where did the Waterford County Board disrespect Antrim? A lot of people in fear of COVID. I don't think any insult or disrespect to Antrim was intended. They're now goosed before facing Limerick in the championship without warmup league games. 'Waterford also confirmed that the decision was subsequent to the withdrawal of a number of players citing personal family circumstances amid "reservations within the playing group of travelling to the Belfast area" and that the employers of some members of the panel stipulated that a 14-day isolation period would be required upon the players' return from Northern Ireland.'"
Ah come on. The statement said they requested to have it played somewhere nearer Dublin based on what was going on in the north. The venue makes no difference as you have no contact with local people at a game. Also where the game was fixed to be played has a relatively low rate of the virus. Possibly lower than where an alternative venue may be. Where they expecting a load of Antrim people with covid to storm the ground. The quarantine thing is a complete load of nonsense. Was this required for any teams or players over the weekend just past when counties travelled all over the country. 'Northern Ireland' ah no !

RoverTin (National) - 22/10/2020 15:00:52

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 3 Like(s)

Replying To GreenandRed:  "There's plenty of places North and South where there's high rates of COVID. I don't see how you can think it's insulting to any region to not want to go and play there because it might have a high rate of COVID if it's a fact. That's taking offence a bit too much for me. I agree with your post otherwise. I think this employer's wanting some lads to quarantine for two weeks is hard to believe. I think Waterford could still make the fixture with different plans like staying in a hotel in Dundalk the night before the match. I wouldn't be happy that Waterford are making so much an effort but we don't know the full circumstances for them. But I don't think that not wanting to go to Antrim because it has an unavoidably high COVID rate should cause offence to anyone in Antrim. If a 6 county team doesn't want to to play in a high COVID rate area in 26 counties it shouldn't be taken as an offence either."
Staying in a hotel would be a lot more risky than travelling separately to play a match on the day, regardless of where the venue is imo. The biggest danger the team will face will be from their own team mates before and after the match. Possibly the men they are marking too but then that wasn't an issue for Waterford if it was held in Dublin or wherever. I'm not sure they Waterford board meant to insult our great county, but I do struggle to see the logic in their statement.

SaffronDon (National) - 22/10/2020 15:46:57

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 3 Like(s)

Replying To GreenandRed:  "There's plenty of places North and South where there's high rates of COVID. I don't see how you can think it's insulting to any region to not want to go and play there because it might have a high rate of COVID if it's a fact. That's taking offence a bit too much for me. I agree with your post otherwise. I think this employer's wanting some lads to quarantine for two weeks is hard to believe. I think Waterford could still make the fixture with different plans like staying in a hotel in Dundalk the night before the match. I wouldn't be happy that Waterford are making so much an effort but we don't know the full circumstances for them. But I don't think that not wanting to go to Antrim because it has an unavoidably high COVID rate should cause offence to anyone in Antrim. If a 6 county team doesn't want to to play in a high COVID rate area in 26 counties it shouldn't be taken as an offence either."
The venue makes no difference other than it being scheduled as Antrims home game. Players do not come into contact with local people. I can't see any circumstances where a panel from the 6 continues would refuse to travel if the game has already been sanctioned as safe to do so by the GAA. Their county board wouldn't last a week. Look what Fermanagh did at the weekend to play that game even though they were actually impacted by the virus and players isolating. In the interests of some facts, although it's not relevant as Waterford would not be in contact with the people of Portglenone or the surrounding area, but the virus rate in that council area is about 230 per 100k . A bigger risk is probably staying overnight somewhere say for example Dundalk as mentioned which I am taking it would be seen as a safe option seeing as it's in the south !

RoverTin (National) - 22/10/2020 16:04:23

Crazy Decision Regarding Under 20 Football Final - 3 Like(s)

Replying To KillingFields:  "They won't be overage and ut is silly to say otherwise. The competition started this year. I'm not sure why the game is being cancelled. Is it being cancelled because of the new restrictions or have The GAA unilaterally decided to cancel all underage competitions? If the game is being cancelled because of the new restrictions then you are correct when you say it cannot be played. It will be played when the restrictions are lifted and circumstances allow. Greengrass (Louth) - Posts: 5116 - 22/10/2020 04:50:58 Its ridiculous to hold off this competition until 2021 when the next years competition will be on and you are playing an under 20 competition when the players who are under 20s will actually be under 21s.... That's not true. The women's rugby team is not professional. They are amateur. They work outside rugby to earn a living. They are going to Paris of all places next week to play France in The Six Nations. Paris is in lockdown and there is a night time curfew. France has declared a state of emergency due to the fact that there are approximately 30,000 new cases of Covid every day. There are over 100 Covid deaths every day in France at the moment. The logistics of going to France involve travelling from Dublin, travelling to your accommodation, travelling to and from your team training base, travelling to and from the stadium, living In the team hotel and travelling back to Dublin. Yet The IRFU thinks it's acceptable to send an amateur panel, management team, back room team and officials to France !!! Sending any team to France including the men's team at the moment is highly questionable. Testing only tells you whether or not you have Covid. It doesn't prevent you from getting it. Greengrass (Louth) - Posts: 5116 - 22/10/2020 10:06:38 Womens team can be in a bubble and their is quite a few who're involved in 7s and are pros.... Logistics can be done with the full pro set up the rugby union have Are you claiming you know more than all involved in irish union, the government who will have been consulted? Testing on regular basis and following basic procedures that all have been doing in recent months - social distancing, limiting contact etc helps reduce chances of getting covid...."
Firstly according to irishrugby.ie 6 of the women's sevens squad are named on the women's rugby panel which has 38 players named on it . That means that only 16% of the women's rugby panel are professional. That means 84% or 32 of the panel are amateur. Add your management team, backroom team and IRFU officials and that's a large party of people travelling to a city in lockdown that is the capital of a country that has declared a state of emergency. Secondly Munster for all the expertise of Munster Rugby and The IRFU have already had two outbreaks of Covid in their ranks. You can have all the expertise you want but this is a particularly efficient and contagious microbe we are dealing with. Sending two large parties of people to Paris is taking a risk. Thirdly, The IRFU like all sporting organisations has taken a very hard hit financially. Notwithstanding the fact that they are supposed to have significant cash reserves I would assume the tv money does not get paid if the games are not played. Finally as I said to you earlier testing only tells you whether or not you have Covid . It doesn't protect you from getting it. There has been no debate about this trip involving an overwhelmingly amateur panel of players travelling to a city in lockdown that is the capital of a country that has declared a state of emergency. That is a damning indictment of Irish rugby journalists in particular and Irish sports journalists in general.

Greengrass (National) - 22/10/2020 16:04:45

Anti GAA Agenda - 3 Like(s)
I am torn between thinking it should all be cancelled or it should go ahead. Calling it anti gaa is nonsense. A small group of begrudgers for sure will knock the GAA but there are legitimate concerns here. And most of the begrudging is coming from the amount of cases traced back to county final celebrations. So the GAA are reaping what they sow as they were outraged at the initial proposals a while back.

TheFlaker (National) - 21/10/2020 17:17:09

The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches - 3 Like(s)

Replying To zinny:  "With all the GAA games televised, some Saturday and Sunday with nothing else to do I think all GAA people will be watching at home. The media will have moved beyond the blame game for the start of it, found a new villain and everyone will be happy that the games are on."
You must be joking! The Belfast Telegraph and the Newsletter will only be sharpening their pencils at that stage in preparation for the first slip up made by the GAA. They'll make plenty of hay and I cant see the Southern media turning their back on a similar opportunity.

SaffronDon (National) - 21/10/2020 17:35:02

Anti GAA Agenda - 3 Like(s)

Replying To TheFlaker:  "I am torn between thinking it should all be cancelled or it should go ahead. Calling it anti gaa is nonsense. A small group of begrudgers for sure will knock the GAA but there are legitimate concerns here. And most of the begrudging is coming from the amount of cases traced back to county final celebrations. So the GAA are reaping what they sow as they were outraged at the initial proposals a while back."
If the GAA should be called off because of county final celebrations then you are missing the real issue here which is Irish peoples deadly love affair with drink. If these fans weren't celebrating GAA victories they would have found another reason for a p##s up. So cancel the 6 Nations in case the Team of Us(eless) manage to win it because there will be big outbreaks in D4, private schools and Dundrum shopping centre.

updwell (National) - 21/10/2020 18:22:54

Crazy Decision Regarding Under 20 Football Final - 3 Like(s)
An absolute disgrace, let's these young lads experience the joy. Let me quote Adam Ant, "My heart is beating, I'm alive, but I don't call this living".

lilypad (National) - 21/10/2020 18:34:47

Crazy Decision Regarding Under 20 Football Final - 3 Like(s)

Replying To galwayford:  "A shared all Ireland this year. And a new competition in 2021. Or else defer the u20 2020 final till 2021?"
But make sure you finish those leagues

lilypad (National) - 21/10/2020 18:36:28

Crazy Decision Regarding Under 20 Football Final - 3 Like(s)

Replying To tommy132:  "If kerry win then Galway vs Dublin is a dead rubber Sunday, maybe they could play the u20 players and that be the final.."
You would think it would make huge sense for that to be a double header wouldn't you.

TheUsername (National) - 21/10/2020 19:01:06