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Martin Breheny: The GAA was wrong to decide our national games should not have featured action on Saint Patrick’s Day

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60 years ago on this Thursday, two Dublin players made history, one thanks to a remarkable feat of fitness and endurance, the other because of coming to the right place at the right time.

Patrick’s Day in 1962 entered the record books as the occasion when Des Foley became the only player to win a football and hurdles medal in the Railway Cup on the same afternoon.

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/the-gaa-were-wrong-to-decide-our-national-games-should-have-no-high-profile-action-on-st-patricks-day-41451323.html Martin Breheny: The GAA was wrong to decide our national games should not have featured action on Saint Patrick’s Day

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