‘Option A’ a first step to restoring cut and thrust of Cork championship

Kevin O’Donovan, CEO, Cork County Board speaking at last night's Cork County Board meeting at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Seated on the left are, Mark Sheehan, vice-chairman and chairperson, Tracey Kennedy. Picture: Dan Linehan.

Cork GAA has been in the national news over the past few months, the majority of the headlines reflecting negatively on the county.

This past week saw the powers that be of Cork GAA back in the media limelight, though this time there was praise for the inclusion of

Option C in proposals for a revamped county championship. It was seen as an attempt to cater for club players during the summer months and represented a different, more modern, way of thinking from the new executive, as the winds of positive change blow gently through the administration.

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