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Old 14-12-2018, 10:22 PM
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Default Gaa gets a raw deal compared to other sports

Im a GAA fanatic but love other sports too. I was talking to a few freinds who went up to rugby internationals lately. They were saying that they had to pay a premium to their local rugby clubs to get tickets for international matches. If that was GAA clubs doing that for ALL Ireland tickets there would be carnage all over the radio shows, why the double standards?
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