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Old 12-12-2009, 11:15 PM
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Default Cork County Board convention

Has anybody got news on the draws.I heard that 4 of the 5 motions were passed,ther one about the delegates votes being recorded was the only one defeated.
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Old 13-12-2009, 11:39 AM
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Club Championship Draws 2010 - Saturday, December 12, 2009
IFC:
A. Killavullen v Youghal
B. Cill na Martra v Kildorrery
C. Canovee v Éire Óg
D. Kinsale v Ballyclough
E. Aghabullogue v Fermoy
F. Courcey Rovers v Adrigole
G. Macroom v Ballydesmond
H. Castletownbere v Glanworth

Second Round
C v F
B v D
H v A
E v G

IHC:
A. Dripsey v Barryroe
B. Kilbrittain v Dromina
C. St Catherine's v Blackrock
D. Milford v Kanturk
E. Cobh v Ballygarvan
F. Fermoy v St Vincent's
G. Kilworth v Éire Óg
H. Aghada v Bandon

Second Round
A v G
D v B
E v C
H v F


PIFC:
A. Glanmire v Ballingeary
B. Mallow v St Vincent's
C. Mayfield v Glenville
D. Carrigaline v Nemo Rangers
E. Bantry Blues v Ballinora
F. Clyda Rovers v Newcestown
G. St Michael's v Grenagh
H. Kiskeam v Newmarket

Second Round
D v B
H v F
G v A
C v E

PIFC:
A. Glanmire v Ballingeary
B. Mallow v St Vincent's
C. Mayfield v Glenville
D. Carrigaline v Nemo Rangers
E. Bantry Blues v Ballinora
F. Clyda Rovers v Newcestown
G. St Michael's v Grenagh
H. Kiskeam v Newmarket

Second Round
D v B
H v F
G v A
C v E


SFC
A. Clonakilty v Dohenys
B. Nemo Rangers v Naomh Abán
C. Bishopstown v Valley Rovers
D. Ilen Rovers v O'Donovan Rossa
E. St Finbarr's v Carbery Rangers
F. Douglas v Ballincollig
G. Na Piarsaigh v Aghada
H. St Nicholas v Castlehaven

Second Round
A v B
C v D
E v F
G v H

Divisions:
A. Duhallow v Avondhu
B. Muskerry v Beara
C. Carbery v Imokilly
D. Carrigdhoun v Seandun

Second Round
1. A v B
2. C v D

Third Round
1 v UCC
2 v CIT


SHC:
A. Sarsfields v Midleton
B. Douglas v Blackrock
C. Newtownshandrum v Erin's Own
D. Ballinhassig v Blarney
E. St Finbarr's v Bride Rovers
F. Glen Rovers v Na Piarsaigh
G. Cloyne v Bishopstown
H. Killeagh v Carrigtwohill

Second Round
A v B
C v D
E v F
G v H

Divisions:
A. Duhallow v Avondhu
B. Muskerry v Carrigdhoun
C. Imokilly v Seandun

Second Round:
1. A v B
2. C v Carbery

Third Round
1 v CIT
2 v UCC
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Old 13-12-2009, 02:19 PM
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Thanks for that corklanger,do you have details of the motions?
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Old 13-12-2009, 03:44 PM
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Has anybody got news on the draws.I heard that 4 of the 5 motions were passed,ther one about the delegates votes being recorded was the only one defeated.
Rebelgaa is usually better for getting the low down at meetings.
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Old 13-12-2009, 08:15 PM
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Nemo to meet Clon in second rd. if all things unfold as scripted
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Old 13-12-2009, 08:18 PM
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Nemo to meet Clon in second rd. if all things unfold as scripted
In the losers round is it?
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Old 13-12-2009, 09:39 PM
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Nemo to meet Clon in second rd. if all things unfold as scripted
So you think Clonakilty and Nemo will lose to Dohenys and Naomh Aban respectively yeah??
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Old 14-12-2009, 09:02 AM
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A good night for the future of Cork GAA.
Copying the following from Rebel GAA, just to give ye the jist of it.


Motion 1, 'cards' rule, carried 215 to 210

Motion 2, 'three steps in hurling' defeated heavily. (only 45 for I think)

Motion 3, 'three successive hand passes & kick' passed 185 to 151.

Motion 4, 'Adult to be over 18', i.e. no under 18 playing on the senior team with their clubs, defeated.

Motion 5, 'Under 21 b championship' passed.

Motion 6, Introduction of Millennium Cup - just up for discussion, people seemed to be 50/50 on this. Up for discussing in the future.

Motion 7, just changing of wording for bye-laws, no need to vote.

Motion 8, Wording only.

Now for the interesting part! All the rest needed 2/3 majority.

Motion 9, Junior representation - Votes not counted as it was overwhelming in favour. Big cheer after.

Motion 10, Minutes etc for meetings, passed without voted, as previous vote, but last sentence of motion deleted.

Motion 11, Secret ballot, passed 285 to 41. Amended before being passed.

Motion 12, Naming of voters rejected 99 to 243

Motion 13, Two ballot paper per affiliation, one per delegate passes 217 to 102.




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Motion 13 is the one that brings great joy to my heart, the strangle on power was broken there and then.
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Old 14-12-2009, 12:35 PM
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I don't follow that RR. What's the story there? Significance? In real terms?
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Old 14-12-2009, 01:07 PM
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I don't follow that RR. What's the story there? Significance? In real terms?
it changes the whole voting structure. Two ballots per affiliation, as opposed to one at present.

Let me explain it in more detail. At present, there are approx 120 votes at County Board level (give or take a few). Each club had one ballot per affiliation. During the year, it was worked out that between the executive, the divisional reps and other delegates (outside of club delegates) that the executive has a block of 44 votes or thereabouts. Now that in itself may not seem significant, but the fact is, in order to overturn a motion passed, you require a two thirds majority. Now most County board meetings would struggle to get 100 in attendance, 44/120 always gave the executive a comfortable cushion. They could pass a motion the first night (Removing right of County Champions to a selector and the captaincy for example) and know that no matter what, they had enough backing to block the two-thirds required to overturn the decision in subsequent meetings.

Now, the clubs voting strength has effectively been doubled, while the executive and other non-club delegates, still have only one ballot. Two Thirds suddenly became alot easier to achieve.


Suffice to say that all of this is fucking excellent for Cork GAA.
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