Camogie Association refuse to budge on decision to axe All-Ireland minor series

Camogie Association refuse to budge on decision to axe All-Ireland minor series
Clare's Greta Hickey and Isobella Sheehan of Cork battling in last year's minor championship. Picture: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

THE Camogie Association is holding firm on the controversial decision to axe the minor All-Ireland series.

They held a virtual meeting last Tuesday evening with the chairpersons and secretaries of county boards in relation to the cancellation of the All-Ireland minor camogie championship, instead only running the provincial series. 

At the end of that meeting, they asked for 10 more days to consider their position. 

However, last night via email county boards were informed that the association was steadfast their decision of the cancellation of the championship.

This decision of Ard Chomhairle An Cumann Camógaíochta to cancel the Tesco All-Ireland minor camogie championship 2020 is now to be challenged in an appeal application under Arbitration and Disputes Resolutions that has been submitted to the Ard Stiúrthóir an Cumann Camógaíochta.

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