THE decision to replay the All-Ireland hurling final on Saturday, September 28 holds no logic.
The GAA has shown no regard for the thousands of fans who have to travel and for the many people who work on a Saturday.
A provision for a draw should always apply for the biggest event on the association's calendar.
Why not defer the ladies' football final to the following Sunday? I'm sure all sides would be happy with this.
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