Rebels league fate to be decided tonight

February 19, 2008
Cork's national league fate will be decided at a Central Competition Controls Committee meeting on Tuesday night, February 19. Ideally, the Rebel County would like to have all four games re-fixed but they could find this difficult as the footballers of Meath and Dublin have expressed a reluctance to accommodate the Leesiders. Both Leinster counties claim that new dates would cause disruption to their already hectic schedules. There should be no problem getting the hurling issue resolved, though, as neither Kilkenny nor Waterford have voiced any opposition to playing the games. As the CCCC may feel obliged to be consistent in their ruling, the outcome of tonight's meeting should be very interesting.

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