Charlestown GAA has today issued a statement saying that no vote of confidence in the Mayo GAA Executive took place night at the county board meeting.
Following last night’s meeting the PRO of Mayo GAA released a statement saying a motion of confidence in the Mayo GAA Executive and Board was resoundingly passed by all delegates.
Charlestown GAA say they have been contacted by a number of club members in relation to this issue.
They say It is their understanding that a motion was proposed by an honorary county board officer who is not a club delegate and seconded by a delegate, but that no vote was held on this very important motion.
The Charlestown club delegate did not vote on this proposal nor was he given the opportunity and the club are asking the County Board Executive to clarify last night’s statement.
Charlestown GAA concluded their statement by saying they cannot condone the exclusion of the media from last night’s meeting and the proposal to ban then from all future meetings.