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Donegal set to meet GAA over 'neutral' Croke Park

Donegal are set to play Dublin at Croke Park

DONEGAL will meet with GAA officials today regarding their upcoming All-Ireland quarter-final group two clash with Dublin but, contrary to some reports, they are not looking for the game to be moved from Croke Park.

Tir Chonaill officials are instead seeking clarification on the fact that Croke Park is being used as both a ‘home’ and ‘neutral’ venue by Dublin in their forthcoming Super 8 games, which they believe contradicts the rules.

Next Saturday’s clash with Donegal is deemed their neutral game with Croke Park also set to host Dublin’s clash with the winners of Roscommon and Armagh – a home fixture for Jim Gavin’s side.

“C.L.G. Dhún na nGall are to seek a meeting with GAA Officials to seek clarification on how any county may use a ground as both neutral and a home venue,” Donegal said in a statement.

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