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Date: Thursday 12th April 2012

Location: BT Offices

Credit: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX

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With no time for warm-weather training camps, pre-Championship mind games are on the rise again

Declan Bogue


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Armagh manager Joe Kernan celebrates the Orchard County’s All-Ireland success in 2002

Armagh manager Joe Kernan celebrates the Orchard County’s All-Ireland success in 2002

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Armagh manager Joe Kernan celebrates the Orchard County’s All-Ireland success in 2002

Farewell, then, to the Celtic Tiger boom of the warm-weather training camp. A victim, perhaps, of unintended consequences after GAA Congress decided to vote overwhelmingly in favour of a split county-club season.

For most, time has become too tight. Take, for example, the defending All-Ireland champions, Tyrone. They finished their league campaign just 10 days ago with a victory over Kerry in Killarney and are next out on the first step of their bid to retain Sam Maguire on April 16, against Fermanagh.


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