Former Leitrim captain Declan Darcy has been nominated by GAA President Liam O’Neill to serve on the GAA’s Football Review Committee.
The committee, which is being chaired by former Offaly All-Ireland winning manager Eugene McGee, will examine the current rules of Gaelic football with a view to improving the game and making it more exciting.
Former Roscommon player and TV pundit Paul Earley is also on the committee along with Connacht GAA Games Development manager John Tobin, Derry great Tony Scullion as well as Kerry’s Killian Burns, Kevin Griffin (Mayo/Dublin), Ciaran McBride (Tyrone) and Tim Healy (Cork/Wicklow).
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