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Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010

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It's time to give Team Ulster a whurl - desperate times call for desperate measures

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Could Ulster rivals band together to help the province have a say at the top of hurling?

Could Ulster rivals band together to help the province have a say at the top of hurling?

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Could Ulster rivals band together to help the province have a say at the top of hurling?

We are not even halfway through 2020, yet you can already be certain that this year will remain long in the GAA memory.

Who would have thought that total activity within the country's biggest sporting organisation would have come to such a sudden, chilling and unprecedented cessation?

We are still wallowing in limbo in terms of fixtures, the future is clouded in uncertainty and 'virtual' is now very much a current, although largely unwelcome, buzzword.