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At Least One Crisis In Kildare GAA Has Been Cleared Up This Morning

At Least One Crisis In Kildare GAA Has Been Cleared Up This Morning
By Conor Neville

It might be early days to be calling annus horribilis on Kildare's year, but it's been a trying start. Defeat in Galway yesterday condemned them to second successive relegation and Division 3 football next year.

Of course, had any of the players deigned to peruse the Kildare GAA website on the morning/early afternoon of the match, their heads may not have been right for the game.

Radical Islamist groups are always looking to propagandise in Europe. The continent remains an unlikely breeding ground for future Islamist militants. Their internet whizzes are looking to seduce vulnerable young men in Ireland.

And their intelligence work evidently tells them that the Kildare GAA website is the avenue through which they can most assuredly capture the hearts and minds of the Irish public.

Thankfully, the operators of the Kildare GAA twitter account were on hand to calm tensions. Even after this grinding losing streak, the hearts and minds of Kildare GAA men are not so low that they are willing to be seduced by the promises of a different life.

And today, things are back to normal. The screed of the United Islamic Cyber Force is replaced by a message advertising the Kildare hurler's annual golf classic at Craddockstown. Only €200 for a fourball scramble + meal afterwards...

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