GAA bosses disagree on whether player exertion is a burning issue

St Mary's manager Paddy Tally says unrealistic demands are being played on talented inter-county players but Armagh assistant boss Peter McDonnell believes the issue is "over-hyped".

The Armagh assistant has emphatically rejected claims that Kieran McGeeney's Orchard squad are being through a relentless training regime.

Tally, for his part, says the GAA powers that be have to make a realistic to "sort the calendar out".