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Big test: Ryan McMenamin’s Fermanagh side face into a demanding mission when the Allianz League gets under way

Big test: Ryan McMenamin’s Fermanagh side face into a demanding mission when the Allianz League gets under way

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Big test: Ryan McMenamin’s Fermanagh side face into a demanding mission when the Allianz League gets under way

Just as has been the case in wider society, uncertainty has been an unwelcome bedfellow of the GAA for the best part of a year now.

And there is no sign of a parting of the ways in the immediate future. With collective club and inter-county training now on hold until the start of next month at the earliest, there are growing fears that the start of the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues may have to be deferred.

As things stand, the inter-county season is scheduled to swing into action on the weekend of February 27-28, but GAA chiefs are monitoring the situation closely while bracing themselves for perhaps having to make yet another big call.


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