“After going through such a hard year, putting in a lot of my time and effort, I’ll admit that sometimes the negatives overtook the positives of the job,” Robbie Smyth told The Echo.
“It was a fantastic occasion for ladies football, not just Cork ladies football, and a privilege to be there. It is those kinds of occasions when you get to see the best that we have to offer out on the pitch, that made being Cork chairman worthwhile.”
“When things aren’t going so well, there are now structures put in place to deal with any future issues that arise and that won’t have a negative effect on ladies football.”
The Cork ladies football club scene is flying at the moment and looks like it is going to get even better over the coming years, which is important