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Hurling folk in both Westmeath and Carlow have been left bitterly disappointed after their joint proposal for a new 14-county top-tier structure for the Allianz hurling league was defeated last Saturday at a meeting of the GAA’s Central Council by the narrowest of margins.
Pressure from the country’s top hurling counties might yet force the GAA to reconsider its attempt to overhaul the National Hurling League structure.
The inter-county scene draws to a close this weekend, with old rivals Kerry and Dublin going toe to toe for football’s highest accolade.
The GAA's decision to scrap the scoring difference in favour of the head to head format left the association with egg on its face last weekend, as all bar one of the last round league games ended up being nothing more than glorified challenge matches. The only game of any real importance was the relegation battle between Dublin and Limerick.