GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has said that the push towards GAA elitism continues apace following last weekend’s Congress.
Writing in today’s edition, the Armagh man has voiced his frustrations at the direction the Association is going.
“The GAA is an organisation whose very fibre was woven and intertwined within the traditional parish and county structures of Ireland, where community and club was one and the same,” he said.
“As sacred as the chapel, as educational as the school, the club was the very cornerstone of which the juggernaut of the inter-county game began.”
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