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We haven't the foggiest idea why this hurling final was allowed go ahead

Things became a little murky in Offaly this afternoon.

DESPITE ALMOST IMPENETRABLE fog, a referee in the Offaly decided today’s minor hurling decider between Kilcormac Kiloughey and Seir Kieran Og should go ahead.

Though things were a little clearer from pitchside:

However, as conditions worsened, the referee decided to call the game off at half time with the sides level at 0-4 apiece.

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