Full re­view of the per­mis­sion is­sue

Bray People - - SPORT -

MICK HA­GAN the CCC chair­man told the meet­ing that the new fix­tures book­let has proven to be work­ing well to date and that only two games had to be resched­uled due to a clash with Le­in­ster hurl­ing fix­tures.

Michael also in­formed the meet­ing that a full re­view of the per­mis­sions sys­tem will be held in the com­ing year.

The cur­rent sit­u­a­tion where play­ers from in­di­vid­ual clubs may be granted per­mis­sion to play with mul­ti­ple clubs is caus­ing ma­jor prob­lems for fix­ture mak­ers and must be ad­dressed.

Kevin Byrne of Ballymanus GAA said that this was not a straight­for­ward sit­u­a­tion. Very of­ten young play­ers who do not have games in their home club be­cause of low num­bers are at­tend­ing dif­fer­ent schools and will seek to play for the club in their school area.

Chair­man Martin Cole­man promised that all is­sues will be looked at and that the CCC will bring for­ward rec­om­men­da­tions for dis­cus­sion be­fore any de­ci­sions are made.

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