CPA survey suggests a disconnect between Tipperary players and club delegates

//CPA survey suggests a disconnect between Tipperary players and club delegates

CPA survey suggests a disconnect between Tipperary players and club delegates

The results of a survey carried out by the Club Players Association (CPA) suggests that there is a significant disconnect between how Tipperary club players and how club delegates/administrators want to see the domestic championships in the Premier County structured.

In recent days the CPA, led by Tipperary co-ordinator William Coleman (Gortnahoe-Glengoole), carried out a survey specifically aimed at the 1,800 members of the association in the Premier County. The survey canvassed the Tipperary members of the CPA for their opinion on whether the players would be in favour of a proposal which would see the club championships run on a county-wide basis with a minimum of four games for every club, but without maintaining a link to the respective divisional championships.

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