Wednesday October 21, 2020

Hurling championship changes point to a defensive Croke Park

The proposal to contract the Liam McCarthy cup even further bodes ill for the game's growth, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
28th July, 2017
What is the plan for hurling?

Croke Park really doesn't seem to have a long-term plan when it comes to hurling. The amount of chopping and changing to the qualifiers, league, and lower tiers of the sport over the past 20 years are enough evidence of that. The latest move by the powers that be could be the biggest disaster yet to the game and could dwindle interest even further.

The game is simply not healthy. At the top things look rosy...

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