GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has painted a bleak picture for eight of Ulsters nine counties.
Tyrone were easily the best team in the province this season, waltzing past Derry, Donegal, Down and Armagh, but the Red Hands then fell to Dublin by 12 points in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
For Moriarty, this is a very worrying development.
“Disappointing for Tyrone and worrying for the rest of us. As Ulster involvement in this year’s All-Ireland Championship ends the most frightening question this now poses is – if Tyrone are that far off Dublin, what about the ‘other guys’?”
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