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A Typically Irish Excuse To Cut A GAA Match Short

A Typically Irish Excuse To Cut A GAA Match Short
By PJ Browne Updated
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When you've got good weather in Ireland like we do at the moment you need to take advantage of it. That's especially true for farmers who need that dry weather to get silage cut, even if that means the refereeing farmer has to cut the minor game short by 20 minutes.

 

Previously in GAA excuses - GAA training called off due to midges and GAA training called off due to weather being too nice.

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