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Pictured Declan Bogue



Date: Thursday 12th April 2012

Location: BT Offices

Credit: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX

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GAA bringing in Ladies’ football and camogie is a logical step, but it presents issues that must be addressed

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The merging of Ladies camogie and GAA is up for discussion this weekend

The merging of Ladies camogie and GAA is up for discussion this weekend

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The merging of Ladies camogie and GAA is up for discussion this weekend

When GAA delegates gather at the spectacular ‘Dome’ in Bekan, Co Mayo this weekend, they will find themselves rummaging through the usual Congress nuts and bolts measures, mixed through with some seismic changes.

I’ve been to a few Congresses and stayed awake to tell the tale. I say that lightly as the experience can be wearying when issues are given a good airing. It’s a necessary measure for what should be a functioning democracy, although the level of behind-the-scenes lobbying has been wildly out of control for decades now.


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