Pic: You’ll rarely see a pitch with more crooked pitch markings than this GAA pitch in Enniscorthy 7 years ago

Pic: You’ll rarely see a pitch with more crooked pitch markings than this GAA pitch in Enniscorthy

Something tells us the groundsman might have had a late night the night before.

As you might have seen from this pitch in Tipperary a little earlier today, GAA grounds aren’t always in pristine nick at this time of year; because of the weather, clubs can’t always keep the playing surface in the condition they’d like to.

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The pitch in Enniscorthy looked in pretty good condition for the clash of Kilkenny’s Bennetsbridge and Wexford’s Crossabeg Ballymurn in the Leinster Junior Hurling semi-final yesterday; unfortunately the pitch markings weren’t worthy of similar praise.

It didn’t affect Bennetsbridge, who ran out 1-19 – 0-11 winners, but that 13 metre line is in danger of running into the ’21 if it doesn’t straighten up soon.

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Hat-tip to Paschal Bergin for sending this one our way