FUTURE LEADERS IN Clare GAA are to come to the fore following the establishment of a new youth committee.
Jack O’Neill in action for the Clare minor hurlers. Clare clubs wish to see the grade revert to U18 at club level. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill REVISING the minor age-grade back to U18 from U17 appears to be the wish of the majority of Clare clubs, the November meeting of the Clare County Board was informed.
*Corofin/Ruan’s Diarmuid Cahill in action. The reigning champions and Scariff/Ogonnelloe are favourites for the U21A hurling title. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Newly appointed Clare GAA Chief Operating Officer, Deirdre Murphy addressed club delegates for the first time while formats for the U21 championships, a potential increase in the amount of regradings per club discussed along with …
*Deirdre Chaplin. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill NEW ADDITIONS were made to the Executive of Clare GAA, committees for isolated players and public relations were rubber stamped while detail on dates for the club championships and criticism of tickets distribution were voiced at the June meeting of the County Board.
*Photograph: John Mangan With activity on the domestic playing fields drawing to a close, attention is switching to boardroom activities and, more specifically to the upcoming Clare GAA convention.