*Brid MacNamara. Photograph: Ruth Griffin

RUAN’S BRID MACNAMARA will see her second term as Clare Camogie expire next week.

An award-winning PRO, Brid has completed a second five year term and will have to step down from the position at Monday’s AGM which is to take place at Hotel Woodstock.

It is expected that the woman who became county secretary will be relocated to another role on the Executive. She is one of the nominees for the four Central Council delegates alongside Joe O’Donnell, Caroline McAuley-Rynne and Ann Sanz.

Following the sudden passing of Jimmy Kenny this year, he had been development officer and county grounds officer, it will be the first AGM held since his death.

Cratloe’s O’Donnell who was elected Chairman in December 2018 succeeding Joe Robbins will be returned uncontested.

Sanz of the Banner club and McAuley-Rynne from Inagh/Kilnamona will both be returned as secretary and assistant secretary respectively. The duo are both nominated to continue as Munster Council delegates and for Munster Convention.

Husband and wife duo Martin and Marie-Louise Kaiser from Newmarket-on-Fergus will remain as treasurer and fixtures secretary respectively. Éire Óg’s Mary McMahon is the only nominee as Assistant PRO.

Gillian McNulty of Ruan and Scariff/Ogonnelloe’s Cormac Heffernan are new nominees to the Executive in the roles of registrar and development officer.

Billy Murphy is stepping down from his positions as assistant secretary and registrar.

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