Stick or twist? That is the question Horan must answer

Mayo’s Paddy Durcan and Galway’s Shane Walsh look set to face-off in the Connacht final. Pictures: Jennifer Murphy

The Brexit referendum started a two-year process which was due to conclude on March 29 — a deadline which has since been extended to October 31.

I wonder how long will the ‘Provexit’ take to execute — the removal of the provincial championships from the GAA.

We have our own BoJos (Boris Johnsons) in the GAA world who are slowly but surely cranking up the ante to sound the death knell for the provincial championships.

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