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Harping back: Veteran Paul Murphy is counting down to Ballyholland’s return

Harping back: Veteran Paul Murphy is counting down to Ballyholland’s return

Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy

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Harping back: Veteran Paul Murphy is counting down to Ballyholland’s return

The long wait is almost over. This Friday night is the first time in 2020 that clubs are able to competitively play each other in Gaelic football - 16 weeks after the usual starting date for club hostilities to resume.

July 17 was the date set on the GAA's Return To Play guide and happily the Down county board favour Friday night games.

Ballyholland Harps will be playing host to last year's Division Two champions, Carryduff.