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LISTEN: St Brigid's taken to task as summer holidays threatened by controversial contract
The mark, media bans and the Club Players Association launch also get an airing

We hope you got through those dark first days of 2017 without us.

The GAA Hour is back with a bang. SportsJOE GAA editor Colm Parkinson is joined by Conan Doherty and Mikey Stafford to look at the biggest stories of the week.

Player contracts, media bans, managers moaning about rules and the hard-done by club player... yep, 2017 is shaping up nicely.

Wooly headed along to the Club Players Association launch to chat to founder Declan Brennan and Wexford hurling legend Liam Griffin about the new body's efforts to tackle the fixtures mess.


Don't worry, outside of a five-year-old anecdote from Wooly, the pre-season tournaments are largely ignored.

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Wooly, JJ Delaney, Paddy Stapleton and Mikey Stafford reflect on a shocking weekend of shocks and Laois manager Eamonn Kelly takes a call to discuss his Offaly exit and friendship with Anthony Foley. We also chat to Carrickshock hero Richie Power on his way to the pub. Listen below or subscribe on iTunes.

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