New Limerick chairman calls for unity

December 22, 2017

A general view of a Limerick flag.
©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan.

New Limerick chairman John Cregan has called for a united county going forward.

Having defeated Liam O'Sullivan for the position of chairman, the Dromcollogher-Broadford man almost immediately stated that working together was the only way forward for the county.

"The first thing that comes into my head when I look down this hall and I see 200 people in attendance and I cast my mind back to our last County Committee meeting and the previous one when out of 65 clubs we have 25/30 delegates attended," Cregan told the Limerick Leader.

"That causes and issue for me - there is obvious reasons for that and it's the first thing that I will address. Whether there is a disconnect or we are disengaged or what the problem is but there is a problem.

"A county like Limerick we need everybody asking questions and everybody engaging to ensure we take all views on board to proceed together for success."



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