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Decision time for future of interprovincials - Tobin

Wednesday, 21st December, 2016 10:41am

Story by Billy Coss
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Decision time for future of interprovincials - Tobin

Photo: Ray Ryan

Decision time for future of interprovincials - Tobin

Photo: Ray Ryan

THEIR future continues to be shrouded in doubt but for now at least the Interprovincial Football and Hurling Championships remain alive.
On Saturday afternoon at Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada, just eight days out from Christmas, Connacht relinquished their football title to roll of honour leaders Ulster and afterwards their manager John Tobin admitted that the time has come for the GAA to decide on the competition’s future.
“It’s in a coma,” was Tobin’s frank assessment. “They have a decision. Do they let it go or is there a serious effort made to revive it?”

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