There is controversy in Tyrone this week as the county board have fixed club championship games on the same day as the Ladies footballers contest the All-Ireland final.
The Red Hands ladies are due to play Tipperary this Sunday, but there are also going to be games such as Errigal and Carrickmore as well as Owen Roes and Fintona, Brocagh and Clogher in the club championship on the same day.
This was met with frustration by Tyrone fans as there are ladies footballers from those clubs who will be at Croke Park.
It means that fans must make a choice, do they want to watch their club or their county.
Many annoyed fans voiced their frustration on Twitter.
Tyrone cccc letting themselves down again. Tyrone Ladies in an AL Final on Sunday. Why not play champo games on a Monday evening?
— Niall Colton (@Colty_dromore) September 16, 2017
— Barry O’Donnell (@bod_uherald) September 16, 2017
It’s ridiculous for the sake of 1 day they can’t do something!! Typical of how women’s sport is considered! Very disappointing of Tyrone!
— Kelley Fay (@sportpsychfay) September 16, 2017
Monday night games would be no better for men travelling from the south, impossible to keep everybody happy
— Shane Kelly (@skelly_1989) September 16, 2017
Very unfair that the Tyrone ladies don’t warrant the recognition they deserve
— Sean O Dalaigh (@seandaly274) September 16, 2017
Disgrace. Families forced to choose whether to support daughter or son, brother or sister. GAA family?? God made 7 days in the week!
— eilish gormley (@geilish) September 16, 2017