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LIVE FROM CROKE PARK: Farrell favoured to win contest

Friday, 21st February, 2014 7:44pm
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LIVE FROM CROKE PARK: Farrell favoured to win contest

The scene at Congress.

LIVE FROM CROKE PARK: Farrell favoured to win contest

The scene at Congress.

Paul Fitzpatrick
at Croke Park

Congress 2014 is underway at Croke Park, with a sizeable attendance from Cavan.

Many observers are of the opinion that Drumgoon's Aogán Farrell is set to win his contest for the presidency and the bookmakers have followed suit, cutting the odds on the Cavanman, who was already favourite for the election.

The Anglo-Celt encountered Farrell and his family on their way in to the building and the popular Cavanman was in jovial mood.

The report of the Ard-Stiurthóir is currently being dissected and the election of president is set to be called within the next half hour.

More to follow.

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