He led by his actions and was really valued by the people who were involved with Cork during his time. Unfortunately, a succession of injuries didn’t help his cause over the last number of years.
The Cúl Camps have been one of the GAA’s success stories for a number of years. It is the largest summer camp provided to kids between six and 13.
Donal O’Grady’s presentation was followed up by Cork Coaching Officer Kevin O’Donovan presenting his views on GAA systems and structures, and the way forward. He identified the elements that needed to be improved and how they would integrate together.
Considering this it will be interesting to see the Master Fixture plan the GAA will reveal soon. A consistent countywide club fixture template seems the only way forward to ensure any chance of meeting club players’ needs.