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11th Jul 2018

Tomás Ó Sé claims uncertainty over Super 8 dates is ‘insane and unfair’

Jack O'Toole

Five-time All-Ireland winner Tomás Ó Sé has said that the uncertainty and confusion over the dates of the Super 8 fixtures is ‘insane and unfair’.

The opening round of the inaugural Super 8 series will see four matches set for Croke Park this weekend but the next two rounds are still yet to be scheduled with the 21/22 July and 4/5/6 August mooted as possible dates for rounds two and three.

The uncertainty over what times and what dates the games will be played has left many supporters frustrated at the fact that such high profile games have been arranged on such relatively short notice and Ó Sé has said that the situation has been a logistical nightmare for the GAA.

 The GAA confirmed on Tuesday that Roscommon will face Tyrone at 5pm in Croke Park on Saturday while Dublin will play Donegal in the evening game at 7pm.

Then on Sunday Kildare will play Monaghan 2pm while Kerry and Galway will throw-in at 4pm, the same time as the FIFA World Cup final.

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