Full review of the permission issue
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.