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Howlin in running for Leinster role

Leinster Council chairman Sheamus Howlin has joined the race for the GAA presidency.

The Wexford man becomes the fourth candidate for the position, with Christy Cooney's successor due to be elected at next April's Congress in Mullingar.

Liam O'Neill of Laois, Tipperary's Con Hogan and former Ulster Council chairman Tom Daly have already declared their intention to run.

Howlin has served as chairman of the Wexford county board and the GAA's Overseas Committee in Croke Park.

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