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Two Laois men are urging GAA to allow 17-year-olds play on adult teams

Two Laois men are leading the charge on the GAA to allow 17-year-olds play adult hurling and football. Since last year, players have to be in their last year of minor to play for their club’s adult team but Annanough native Dominic Stapleton – who is now secretary of Monasterevin GAA club in Kildare -…


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