Voting procedure proved to be a bone of contention at the February virtual sitting of the Clare County Board.
Wexford senior hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald’s potential involvement in a Clare GAA sub-committee focused on underage hurling was one of the items discussed as new sub-committees were put in place.
Improvements for Clare GAA’s ‘Centre of Excellence’ are intended to be concluded next year according to the county secretary.
U20 hurling and gaelic football club competitions are expected to be held in Clare this year with a move to U19 and U21 competitions in 2022.
A podcast series is to be released by Clare GAA throughout the month of March.
GAA clubs across Co Clare and the County Board Executive have endorsed a proposal from Éire Óg seeking the development of a five year strategic plan for the Association.
A wide lens has been cast on the future strategic direction to be taken by Clare GAA with the full picture to be known come the conclusion of Tuesday’s seismic County Board meeting.
Clare GAA Chairman, Jack Chaplin has refuted claims that Brian Lohan offered to tender his resignation as manager of the county senior hurlers.
Four new sub-committees are to be established by Clare GAA focused on underage development, finance and infrastructural development.
A number of new sub-committees are to be launched within Clare GAA as part of attempts to drive the organisation forward.