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© GAA 1 County Fixtures Training Programme
© GAA 2 Background Games% of Counties 20 Plus3 15-2025 10-1545 8-1027
© GAA 3 Background (5 Years Later) Games% of Counties 20 Plus50 15-2030 10-1520 8-100
© GAA 4 Media
© GAA 5 Club the Bedrock of the Association
© GAA 6 Committee Role/Responsibility
© GAA 7 NATIONAL FIXTURES PLANNING COMMITTEE
© GAA 8 There is no perfect GAA Fixtures Programme Many Fixtures Programmes do not fulfil basic needs Plan – Schedule – Monitor – Analyse - Report Basic Conclusions
© GAA 9 PlanImplement County AGood County BGoodPoor County CPoorGood County DPoor County Ratings
© GAA 10 Reasons for Poor Programmes Bye Law/Regulations Scarcity of Man Power Lack of Referees Divisional Teams Other Sporting Activities Intransigent Club/County Officials Clash County Managers CCC Weak Replays Weather Funeral National/Provincial Competitions Live Television Fixtures Dual Player
© GAA 11 Reasons for Poor Programmes Unavoidable Avoidable Bye Law/Regulations Scarcity of Man Power Lack of Referees Divisional Teams Other Sporting Activities Intransigent Club/ County Officials Clash County Managers CCC Weak Replays Weather Funeral National/Provincial Competitions Live Television Dual Player
© GAA 12 Objective Number of Games Spread of Games Percent Completion Subjective Player Satisfaction Co Board Finances Supporters Sponsors Measurement
© GAA 13 Nov 2009: 1. 2010 Fixtures Plan 2. 2011 Draft and 2012 Outline 3. Present to County Committee Nov 2009: 1. 2010 Fixtures Plan 2. 2011 Draft and 2012 Outline 3. Present to County Committee 2010: 1. Monitor 2010 Programme 2. Analyse 2010 Programme 3. Present Report and Recommendations 4. Finalise 2011 Plan 5. Present Report to Ard Comhairle 2010: 1. Monitor 2010 Programme 2. Analyse 2010 Programme 3. Present Report and Recommendations 4. Finalise 2011 Plan 5. Present Report to Ard Comhairle County Planning Process
© GAA 14 StandardActual Number of Games10084 Spread of Games5035 Percent Completion10075 Player Satisfaction5035 Supporters5040 Co Board Finances2515 Sponsors2520 TOTAL400 304 (76%) County Ratings
© GAA 15 Prepare Annual Report NFPC Programme Make Recommendations Organise Training Programmes Oversee appointment of Co Planners Decide National Minimum Standards Monitor 2010 Programme 1.2010 National Fixtures Programme 2.Draft & Outline Programmes for 2011 & 2012 1.2010 National Fixtures Programme 2.Draft & Outline Programmes for 2011 & 2012
© GAA 16 NFPC, Provincial and County Fixture Planners Their position and functions to be put before Congress 2010, otherwise they will have no power in the planning of fixtures.
© GAA 17 The Role of Fixtures Planners Two Provincial and two County One to be appointed as a member of the CCC
© GAA 18 Feedback/Discussion Points Play subsidiary Inter-County Competitions under lights during the first three weeks in January. Should 3 rd Level Colleges be permitted to play in subsidiary Inter-County Competitions? Play the Under 21 Football Championship during the summer (similar to the Under 21 Hurling Championship). Discontinue the Minor Championship Quarter-Finals
© GAA 19 Feedback/Discussion Points Commence the Minor Championships after the Leaving Certificate. Break the link between Minor and Senior Finals at Provincial Level. Discontinue the Intermediate Hurling Championship Discontinue the Junior Football Championship Discontinue the Inter-Provincial Championships
© GAA 20 Feedback/Discussion Points Commence the Provincial Championships in early May. Play the Provincial Championships over and 8 week period (May window of no use to Clubs). Commence the Championship Qualifiers in early June. Play Tiers 2, 3 and 4 of the Senior Hurling Championship in May. Complete the All Ireland Club Championships in the calendar year.
© GAA 21 Feedback/Discussion Points Curtail the number of live TV games. Football & Hurling Qualifiers
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