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LISTEN: Seamus Kenny, Sean Kelly and Conor O'Donoghue discuss proposals to change the championship structures in Meath

Friday, 6th July, 2018 4:06pm

LISTEN: Seamus Kenny, Sean Kelly and Conor O'Donoghue discuss proposals to change the championship structures in Meath

On this week's special edition of Talk A Good Game we take a look at the Meath football championships, examine what needs to happen to improve the club championships in the county and investigate how it might improve the fortunes of our intercounty teams.
Fergal Lynch is joined in studio by three men who have been working at the coal face of Meath GAA for years, former Meath footballers Sean Kelly and Seamus Kenny and former Dunboyne player and manager Conor O'Donoghue, who also managed Meath to the All-Ireland JFC final against Kerry last year.
The trio have produced a very extensive booklet that looks at the Meath football championships and examines the flaws, they also offer a solution to the current issues surrounding fixtures in Meath and they are hoping club delegates will get behind their proposals.

So check out this week's Talk A Good Game here and the podcast is also available on iTunes.

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