Latest: Sky Sports poked fun at themselves with this GAA tweet today

Update 3.53pm: Panic over folks, Sky Sports DO know that it's called the All-Ireland final. Phew!

Earlier:

Either Sky Sports are having their little joke with us, or someone really needs to have a word in there at this stage.

Less than a week ago, Sky Sports presenter Clare Tomlinson Tomlinson was updating viewers about a day of “high drama in Croke Park” at the All-England final.

Not to mention this travesty a while back...

Now today, the Sky Sports GAA department has tweeted this from its official account.

Are they just having a little laugh at the expense of their colleagues?

That was our first thought, but then why tweet this head-scratcher one minute later?

Answers on a postcard…


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