Fianna Fáil Reported To Be Eyeing Up Seán Óg As A Potential Election Candidate
It's been reported that he is being sought after as a running mate for Billy Kelleher in Cork North-Central
Fianna Fail's Billy Kelleher has refused to confirm rumours that the party is lining up Seán Óg Ó hAilpín as a potential Dáil candidate for the party
The Irish Times reports that the former All-Ireland winning Cork hurling captain is being sought after as a running mate for Billy Kelleher in Cork North-Central.
It's understood the party have expressed interest in the 40-year-old in a bid to increase their chances of securing a cabinet position and boosting their performance in any upcoming elections however he has refused to comment.
Speaking on the Neil Prendeville Show on Cork's RedFM Deputy Kelleher says he doesn't know if his party has approached Sean Óg about standing in his constituency
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