GAA moves for rule change as Miller match gets green light

29th July, 2018
Páirc Uí Chaoimh Pic: Getty

A motion is expected to be brought before GAA Congress to prevent future controversy around the use of its grounds following huge public backlash over a tribute game in Cork.

A senior GAA official said that it is likely that a motion will be brought before congress, which is its annual general meeting, to give its governing body, the central council, power to decide on events that take place on its property. The news follows...

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