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Neighbourly dispute over ‘poaching’ allegations rumbles on into County Board meeting

Graiguecullen GAA have accused their neighbours Killeshin of ‘poaching players’ and ‘bringing the GAA into disrepute’ and Killeshin have said Graigue have ‘totally over-reacted’. The row between the two clubs made it to County Board level on Monday night following an incident last week whereby Killeshin dropped flyers into housing estates in Graiguecullen informing families…


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