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Mayo and Leitrim players on the move to Dublin GAA clubs
St Vincent’s and Ballyboden St-Enda’s are set to benefit.

THE TREND OF inter-county players transferring to Dublin GAA clubs is set to continue with Mayo’s Enda Varley and Leitrim’s Fergal Clancy on the move.

INPHO Mayo's Enda Varley and Leitrim's Fergal Clancy INPHO

Varley is switching from his native Garrymore to 2014 All-Ireland club champions St Vincent’s. The attacker is not currently involved with the Mayo senior side but has been in recent seasons and came on as a substitute in the 2013 All-Ireland final loss to Dublin.

Clancy lined out for Leitrim in last year’s championship and is joining Ballyboden St-Enda’s, who take on Castlebar Mitchels in the All-Ireland club football decider next week.

The GAA website’s transfer database confirms that both moves were rubberstamped on Sunday 6 March.

Other well-known inter-county footballers who have recently switched include Fermanagh’s Tomas Corrigan to St Oliver Plunkett’s-Eoghan Ruadh, Armagh’s Kevin Dyas to Kilmacud Crokes and Roscommon’s Neil Collins to St Brigid’s.

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Neil Collins Ryan Byrne / INPHO Neil Collins has switched club allegiances for St Brigid's Ryan Byrne / INPHO / INPHO

The issue of transfers to the capital is a thorny issue and there’s been heated debate reacting to the latest developments.

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