The Club Players’ Association disbanded after the GAA Congress adopted a split season, providing distinct windows for county and club activity.
The association declared that their work was done earlier this week, bringing to an end their four-year campaign to ‘fix the fixtures’.
Chairman of the CPA Micheal Briody joined Michael D. McAndrew on the Sunday Sports Show to reflect on the body’s long campaign reaching its final destination.
The Meath clubman says that it’s now up to the county boards to produce a programme of games for their clubs within the window provided.
He added that players can now plan their life around the GAA, rather than the reverse.