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Pictured Oisin McConville



Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010

Location: Studio

Photographer: Liam McBurney

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The only exciting provincial football Championship is Ulster, every other competition is flat and predictable

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Derry's Padraig Cassidy, Niall Toner and Conor McCluskey celebrate reaching the Ulster final

Derry's Padraig Cassidy, Niall Toner and Conor McCluskey celebrate reaching the Ulster final

©INPHO/John McVitty

Michael Murphy of Donegal gets away from Cavan’s Padraig Faulkner

Michael Murphy of Donegal gets away from Cavan’s Padraig Faulkner

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GAA President Larry McCarthy

GAA President Larry McCarthy

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Derry's Padraig Cassidy, Niall Toner and Conor McCluskey celebrate reaching the Ulster final

For some time, much has been made of Championship football to the extent that we have almost been brainwashed into believing it is the be all and end all.

But I would like to debunk this theory here and now for two reasons — I am tired listening to provincial Championships and the All-Ireland series being eulogised and I also believe this is being done to the detriment of what I think was an absorbing National League this year.


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