GAA's Central Committee chairpersons unveiled

February 27, 2018

Monaghan's Dick Clerkin

The GAA has released a list of the people appointed to serve as chairpersons to its Central Committees from 2018-2021.

Kilkenny's Ned Quinn will chair the Competitions Control Committee while Matt Shaw from Westmeath chairs the Hearings Committee and Brian Rennick (Meath) is chairman of the Appeals Committee.

Also appointed by new GAA President John Horan are Willie Barrett (Tipperary, Referees' Development); Donal Smyth (Meath, Referees' Appointments); Colin Morgan (Cavan, Financial Management); John Murphy (Sligo, Infrastructure), Ciaran McLaughlin (Tyrone, Games Development), Liam Keane (Meath, Rules Advisory), Dick Clerkin (Monaghan - Medical, Scientific & Welfare).

David Hassan from Derry chairs the Standing Committee on Playing Rules and Wexford's Sheamus Howlin will chair the Insurance & Risk Management Committee. Others named are Fergal P.McCormack (Down, Audit); Jimmy O'Dwyer (Dublin, Hurling Development); Paddy Flood (Monaghan, Officer Development Committee); Micheál Martin (Wexford, Fixtures Analysis Committee; Sean Dunnion (Donegal, IT); Seamus Woods (Tyrone, Post Primary Schools Council); Brendan O'Brien (London, Coiste Na bhFeilte); Mick Rock (Roscommon, Club Committee).

Others appointed are...

WORLD GAA
Niall Erskine (Donegal)

POC FADA
Tom Ryan (Dublin)

HEALTH & WELLBEING
Bríd McGoldrick (Longford)

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, URBAN & RURAL
Colm Cummins (Offaly)

COMMUNICATIONS
Ger Ryan (Tipperay)

COISTE NA GAEILGE
Seosamh MacDonnchadha (Gaillimh)

HISTORY & COMMEMORATTIONS
Damian White (Offaly)

CHILD WELFARE & PROTECTION
Frances Stephenson (Wicklow)

HEALTH & SAFETY
Shay Bannon (Tipperary)

SCÓR - tbc

YOUTH CONSULTATION
Diarmaid Cahill (Down)

CODE OF BEST PRACTICE AND CONDUCT APPEALS PANEL
Adrian O'Kane (Tyrone)

GAMES FOR ALL
Brian Armitage (Fermanagh)

CONTINENTAL YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP (CYC)
Liam Hegarty (Philadelphia)

THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Two Nominees of the President and Director General
Liam Keane (Meath)
Eddie Sullivan (Dublin)



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