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McBurney/Declan Bogue



Pictured Declan Bogue



Date: Thursday 12th April 2012

Location: BT Offices

Credit: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX

Copyright: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX



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Ulster clubs’ chances of shifting GAA’s underage grades are slim but rejecting their motion would be an enormous mistake

Declan Bogue


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Peter Canavan and his son Darragh after Tyrone's All-Ireland triumph

Peter Canavan and his son Darragh after Tyrone's All-Ireland triumph

©INPHO/James Crombie

Peter Canavan and his son Darragh after Tyrone's All-Ireland triumph

Another motion at Congress has been brought by a number of Ulster clubs, concerning the regrading of under-age competitions.

A few years back, the grades of U12 — the traditional first taster of competitive action — U14, U16 and minor (U18) served the Association well.


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