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Poll: Which format would you like to see for the 2014 hurling league?

The Central Council of the GAA will decide today on the structures for next year’s competition.

Colin Fennelly lifts the trophy after last May's Division 1 final.
Colin Fennelly lifts the trophy after last May's Division 1 final.
Image: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

THE FORMAT FOR the 2014 Allianz hurling league will finally be decided upon today.

The process has dragged on longer than usual this year but counties can finally start planning for next spring’s action after today’s deliberations at Croke Park.

There are four proposals on the table and there’s already been plenty debate about the pros and cons for each one of them.

But we’d like to know what format you’d like to see put in place.

Let us know.


Poll Results:

Two six-team sections with two counties in each section drawn from each of the seeding groups - A, B and C. (273)
Eight teams in Division 1A and six teams in Division 1B (254)
Two seven-team sections with two Seed A teams, two Seed B teams and three Seed C teams. (198)
Six teams in Division 1A and six teams in Division 1B (95)




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