GAA Accused of Hindering Dual Players

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Ahead of a busy weekend for Tipperary’s Ladies Football and Camogie teams the respective associations are being accused of not helping the cause of dual players.

Once again there’ve been problems with the fixture list with both Tipp teams due to play today – leaving dual player and camogie captain Orla O’Dwyer facing a dilemma.

The camogie team take on Cork in the All Ireland semi-final while the footballers face Cavan in a relegation battle.

In a compromise the Ladies footballers’ game has been moved to Sunday but Cavan now have home advantage.

Tipp FM Camogie analyst Geraldine Kinane says it’s an issue that needs to be resolved.

The camogie semi-final throws-in at 7.15 this evening – the game will be live here on Tipp FM in association with F.O.H Financial Limited, Clonmel.

Tipp’s Intermediate Camogie team are in All Ireland Semi Final action this afternoon.

They have made the trip to Kinnegad to take on Down at 1.1