County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby greatbleddyman » Thu Feb 23, 2017 9:21 am

Cork county board say no to change. Not like them.

Though in this instance they might be right.

Changes to the championship structure is like putting go faster stripes on the flintstones car. Its a complete, tear down rebuild job that is needed.
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby producer ben » Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:44 am

I'm surprised that Cork voted to look for official recognition of the CPA. In saying that I believe it was voted to open up Croke Park initially at county board level but Cork still voted to keep it closed.
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby Corkhurlinglove » Fri Feb 24, 2017 1:58 am

producer ben wrote:In saying that I believe it was voted to open up Croke Park initially at county board level but Cork still voted to keep it closed.


Urban myth I think.
Afaik there was never a vote taken on rule 42 at County Board level, they were due to vote on it but Jim Forbes suggested on the night of the vote that it was a matter for the Cork Gaa Convention and not a County Board meeting. His proposal was accepted by a huge margin and it was deemed that as there was no motion relating to rule 42 on the previous years convention then no change to the rule was accepted as the Cork Gaa stance
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby producer ben » Fri Feb 24, 2017 11:22 am

I bow to your superior knowledge CHL
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby tipp-ex » Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:52 pm

John Horan from Dublin the new President. I can't say I know much about him
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby Podsy » Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:20 am

Super 8 passed 76% to 24%.

Another blow to the clubs.
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby donal66 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:35 pm

another blow for Frank ....... and his yesmen ...........yahoo
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby Corkhurlinglove » Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:18 pm

donal66 wrote:another blow for Frank ....... and his yesmen ...........yahoo


Really, do you even understand what happened.
The CCB was voting against the super 8 motion for what ever reason I don't know but let's just say for argument sake it was done for the best interests of the club player , then you are typical of the **** supporting GAA in this county. Imagine applauding the CCB losing a vote in a motion that is detrimental just because it was the CCB
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:27 pm

Corkhurlinglove wrote:
donal66 wrote:another blow for Frank ....... and his yesmen ...........yahoo


Really, do you even understand what happened.
The CCB was voting against the super 8 motion for what ever reason I don't know but let's just say for argument sake it was done for the best interests of the club player , then you are typical of the bile supporting GAA in this county. Imagine applauding the CCB losing a vote in a motion that is detrimental just because it was the CCB.


Calm down there kid, are you paranoid?
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Re: County Convention Sunday 13th December 2015

Postby producer ben » Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:37 pm

So the All Ireland final will now be played on the last weekend of August, the hurling the week before, what timeline have the GAA given for the hurling semi finals and the football semi finals as well as the "super 8's" to be played?

Surely there's going to be an overlap in weekends where hurling qf/sf and the super 8's will be played? This will be a clusterfuck for the intercounty fixture list I feel not taking into account the club one .
The club player may as well put away the boots for the month of August.

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