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Road To Breffni launch tomorrow (Saturday)

Friday, 7th December, 2012 9:30am

Story by Tom Kelly
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Road To Breffni launch tomorrow (Saturday)
Road To Breffni launch tomorrow (Saturday)

The 2013 Road To Breffni yearbook will be officially launched this Saturday at 12 noon in Eason, Cavan.

The annual, which runs to almost 300 pages, is the only official publication, backed by Cavan county board, and proceeds from it will go towards the county GAA coffers for 2013.

"We're delighted to launch the book, it's a wonderful read and very reasonably priced at €4.95," stated county board PRO Declan Woods.

"We encourage all supporters to pick up a copy as the funding boost we receive is very important."

Packed with interviews and features, the book also includes a 10,000-word in-depth article on the Cavan team of the 1960s as well as a host of handball, camogie and hurling features.

All are welcome to come to the launch and meet some of the Cavan Ulster U21-winning stars.

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