How strategic thinking could solve provincial Rubik’s Cube

So, club month is over. Welcome to hurling month, just as June will be as well.

If football is your game, or you at least enjoy watching its best exponents as much as you do Patrick Horgan and TJ Reid, then, sorry, you’re basically going to have to wait until July.

While Dublin’s five-in-a-row bid may be the biggest storyline in all of the GAA, the next time you’ll see Jim Gavin’s squad live on your TV screen will be June 23, Leinster final day, a full 14 weeks since they last featured on a live broadcast.

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