More woe in Limerick
THE LATEST move to oust Limerick hurling boss Justin McCarthy could yet take place next weekend as several clubs were involved yesterday in redrafting their applications seeking a special meeting of the county board, WRITES Cliona Foley.
Once the board receives such a request from five clubs they must call a special meeting, but as clubs then have to be given five days' notice of such a meeting it may not take place until early next week.
A number of Limerick clubs submitted requests for a special board meeting last week but they were rejected because they did not contain a specific motion.
The Limerick executive subsequently advised all clubs of the proper procedure and offered to help them with making the correct submissions and it is understood that at least one club took up that offer yesterday.