The Club Players Association has published full details of its fixture proposals that it sees as integral to preserving the club scene in Gaelic Games.
The proposals were unveiled at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown this morning.
The CPA has called upon the GAA authorities to seize the opportunity presented by the forthcoming Special Congress to include specific motions to benefit the club game, including ring-fencing April as an exclusive club only month, December as a close season and completing club competitions in a calendar year.
CPA chairman Micheál Briody said: “The GAA is making incremental change, we had the Super 8, now hurling proposals. Let us together as an association take the opportunity presented by this Special Congress, of incidentally which there was no mention until recently, to provide real direction on fixtures and participation to club players and county officials alike.