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Kieran Keating, chairman of Clare GAA. Photograph by John Kelly

GAA: Senior Hurling Relegation out the window

THE pre-Christmas decision not to relegate any team from the 2021 Clare Senior Hurling Championship and proceed with an 18 clubs format for the coming season was reaffirmed by Clare GAA in Treacy’s West County Hotel this evening, reports Eoin Brennan.
Despite granting the request of Broadford, Scariff, Smith O’Brien’s and Whitegate for a special meeting of the Clare County Board seven days previously to contest the legality, procedure and consequences of the 18-16 vote on December 21, new Clare GAA Chairman Kieran Keating informed the delegates that window of opportunity to appeal had elapsed.
With no dissenters on the night of the vote or any appeal within the allotted three days of the December 21st meeting, the decision to void any senior demotion stood, with the Master Fixtures Committee currently formulating a fixtures plan for 2022 to include 18 senior hurling teams.
Nonetheless, there would be continued debate for over an hour before the issue that has been to the forefront of conversation for almost three months was finally concluded.
“We made the decision and we’re moving on from it.
“it’s done and dusted.” Outlined Keating.

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