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GAA lobbies for rates cut on county grounds

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

17th June, 2018

The GAA is lobbying for a rates reduction for county grounds because only 15 per cent of its inter-county games make a profit.

It comes at a time when the organisation has benefited from bumper attendances in the All-Ireland hurling championship in Munster and Leinster due to the new group format.

But new GAA director Tom Ryan has been lobbying for the GAA’s county grounds to get a reduction in their commercial rates bills.

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