The GAA President would not be drawn on whether or not there is a lack of player representation on the new GAA Taskforce charged with bringing forward proposals to change the football championship.
New York GAA’s Larry McCarthy says the group is currently working through proposals.
He was speaking at the official opening of the NUI Galway Connacht GAA Airdome yesterday.
The make-up of the All-Ireland SFC will be debated at Congress in February at the Airdome in Bekan.
In October’s Special Congress a majority of delegates voted for a new structure, but it fell short of the necessary 60% support.
The new taskforce includes McCarthy, GAA director general Tom Ryan, GAA director of club, player, and games administrator Feargal McGill, Central Competitions Control Committee chairman and Leinster vice-chairman Derek Kent, Ulster vice-chairman Ciarán McLaughlin, his equivalents in Munster Ger Ryan (Tipperary), and Connacht Vincent Neary (Mayo), Cork’s John Halbert, a current member of the CCCC, GAA trustee John Joe Carroll of Kerry and there is one GPA representative in the form of Ronan Sheehan.
GAA President Larry McCarthy was not drawn on whether or not there was a lack of player representation on the taskforce...