The push for change to the football championship format gained a lot of momentum last night.
Cork, Meath, Down, Kildare and Longford were amongst the counties that revealed their intention to vote for Proposal B at Saturday’s Special Congress.
They followed in the footsteps of Offaly, Westmeath, Tipperary and Louth who had already publicly declared their support for the league/championship format.
Clare and Wexford are both expected to vote along similar lines while Laois, Waterford and Kerry’s delegates will make their mind up on the day after hearing both sides of the debate.
After consulting with all our stakeholders such as players, coaches, club delegates, and the officers of the County Committee, Meath GAA has decided to back ‘Proposal B’ at the GAA Special Congress#GAA pic.twitter.com/iOqYvx600f— Meath GAA (@MeathGAA) October 19, 2021