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In a hilarious and riveting account of the 2003 GAA season, award-winning writer Eamonn Sweeney recalls the highs and lows of a remarkable summer, and on the way describes why understanding GAA is central to understanding the Irish psyche.

Includes interviews and anecdotes from players, managers, supporters and a host of weird and wonderful characters he meets along the way.

The Road to Croker is set to become the GAA book for 2004.