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Dress rehearsal: Jim McCorry says Armagh playing Roscommon would be perfect preparation for Ulster clash with Derry

Dress rehearsal: Jim McCorry says Armagh playing Roscommon would be perfect preparation for Ulster clash with Derry

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Dress rehearsal: Jim McCorry says Armagh playing Roscommon would be perfect preparation for Ulster clash with Derry

In what has been a year of uncertainty, apprehension, controversy and indeed downright fear to date, the GAA authorities have been forced to take a series of decisions relevant to the coronavirus threat - the majority of which have met with the approval of players and officials alike.

Right now, the Central Competitions Control Committee is understood to be considering staging the two outstanding rounds of the Allianz Football League when inter-county action resumes in October.

And should this come to fruition, then nowhere will the decision be more enthusiastically embraced than in Ulster.