GAA Split Season Idea Gathering Support In Clare

As the GAA moves closer to a split season for club and county, there are mounting calls in support of the change here in Clare.

The Covid-19 pandemic prompted the association to run off club games first and that approach has proven popular.

The GAA has four different proposed options for a reset of fixtures with all including defined periods for club and inter-county action.

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Ballyea senior hurling manager Kevin Sheehan, who’s side lost out to O Callaghan’s Mills at the semi final stages this year, feels there isn’t an argument to be made to avoid a split season.