The work of the Fixtures Review Task Force looks set to face another hurdle before it can be enacted after Roscommon County Board passed a motion calling on the GAA’s top brass to put it’s proposals to the clubs of the country.

The motion calls on Croke Park to allow the clubs to see the taskforce’s recommendations and make a decision on how to mandate their Central Council delegates before a final decision is made.

The Irish Independent is reporting that the motion was brought by the Kilmore club and Club Players Association member Tommie Kenoy.

He played a key role in the change to Rule 42, which paved the way for other sports to be played at Croke Park.

Kenoy’s proposal, which will be sent to director General Tom Ryan’s office, suggests “that the recommendations of the Fixtures Review Task Force are issued to all county boards by the director general for consideration by the clubs in advance of being brought before Central Council.


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