GAA podcast: Cork's radical championship proposals: Reclaiming the summer or thin end of the wedge?

Tony Leen talks to Cork GAA CEO Kevin O'Donovan and coaching officer Ronan Dwane about the three options for a new Cork County Championship format.

GAA podcast: Cork's radical championship proposals: Reclaiming the summer or thin end of the wedge?

Tony Leen talks to Cork GAA CEO Kevin O'Donovan and coaching officer Ronan Dwane about the three options for a new Cork County Championship format.

One of the formats would see clubs playing two championship games without their county players.

It has attracted nationwide attention, with some commentators fearing it is a first step to a day when county stars will no longer line out with their clubs.

But with the inter-county game unlikely to cede any more ground in the GAA calendar, is this the best way of staging meaningful summer games for the regular club player?

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