Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 1 September 2015

Unionist poser for GAA chief

Published 26/09/2013

YOU report (News, September 20) Ryan Feeney of the GAA as saying: "If the GAA ever became a threat to unionism, I and the leadership would resign."

Any unionist joining the GAA could expect to play at Kevin Lynch Park, compete in the Mairead Farrell Championship or the Paddy Kelly Cup – just three instances where the GAA honours dead republican terrorists.

I hope Ryan has his pen handy.

DAVID COLLINS

Belfast

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