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Top Laois referee hits out at retirement age rule

Eddie Kinsella

Eddie Kinsella hit out at the GAA rule which forces inter-county referees to retire when they turn 50. The Courtwood manager, who refereed the 2014 All-Ireland final between Kerry and Donegal, hung up his whistle at the end of last year. However, speaking to LaoisToday, Kinsella revealed that he would still be officiating at the…


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