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Ewan MacKenna: Weaker hurling counties need more meaningful tests than they currently get, if they’re ever to climb the ladder.

20th April, 2014
The hurling league will be whittled down to two today but, as tends to be the case at this time of year, some bellowing voices have been pushing for new formats while spinning old worries about the future of the game.

Now that it's nearly over, the same arguments can start up again, all missing the point again.

The hurling league will be whittled down to two today but, as tends to be the case at this time of year, some bellowing voices have been pushing for new formats while spinning old worries about the future of the game.

The problem is the game they care about involves 12 teams at most whereas 34 compete. US...

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