Camogie - GAA Charging camogie clubs to use their facilities

Is it acceptable for a GAA Club to charge €100 for a camogie club to use their pitch, where is the one club model and who actually owns GAA pitches.

AnnieD (Wicklow) - Posts:9 - 23/04/2012 18:49:56   1158518

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Is it acceptable for a GAA Club to charge €100 for a camogie club to use their pitch, where is the one club model and who actually owns GAA pitches.
Just to clarify this is €100 per match, €100 per training session, per team. A busy club could be running up bills of a Thousand euro.

AnnieD (Wicklow) - Posts:9 - 24/04/2012 15:07:31   1159049

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That is ridiculous (charging that fee) I assume the camogie club is a separate entity to the GAA club? How have you being managing up to now? But I am sure that is neither right or fair.

arock (Dublin) - Posts:3507 - 03/05/2012 21:39:11   1165761

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This sounds familiar, I bet you will find the Camogie Trophy Cabinet bulging and a rather lean GAA one, a bit of the old green eyed monster I'd say.

blueskort (Dublin) - Posts:8 - 23/05/2012 10:06:42   1178580

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pitch has to be cut marked flags + nets set up ,dressing rooms, showers , mabey floodlights were required €100is is great value

royler (Meath) - Posts:176 - 08/05/2013 17:57:33   1380749

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pitch has to be cut marked flags + nets set up ,dressing rooms, showers , mabey floodlights were required €100is is great value
royler (Meath) - Posts:162 - 08/05/2013 17:57:33
100 per session is extortionate.

ormondbannerman (Clare) - Posts:13103 - 19/05/2016 16:04:23   1856457

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