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“Waving the white flag in the Tailteann Cup won’t do Down much good” – James McCartan

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The weather in Clones had been cold and damp all afternoon and the 5,418 entry was well short of normal Clones championship days. This combined with the feeling that the result was inevitable gave him a pre-season feel. However, Monaghan manager Séamus McEnaney was in full championship mode.

With only minor shakes, his side had made for a downside that wasn’t expected to offer much resistance. McEnaney paused to offer his condolences to Aoibhe Byrne’s family after the 14-year-old died in a tragic accident and was poised to bust some myths.

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/waving-white-flag-in-tailteann-cup-wont-be-of-much-benefit-to-down-james-mccartan-41606136.html “Waving the white flag in the Tailteann Cup won’t do Down much good” – James McCartan

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