Gaelic football, and sport in general, can be all consuming for those of us at the coalface. Whether you are a player, coach, supporter or anything in between, we allow everything from training to games, and from stats to systems dominate our priorities all too often.
At this stage, Kevin McManamon has reached Lord Voldemort notoriety in Kerry. He-who-must-not-be-named was at it again yesterday, remonstrating so strongly he won his side a 45 which was converted, threatening a winning point and then bulldozing Peter Crowley with a challenge so unfair, it was almost comical.
Early July and Tom Cribbin is sitting in the Annebrook Hotel in Mullingar wondering aloud about an audacious plan that could go a long way towards the impossible and overcoming the Dubs in the upcoming Leinster final.