Central Council Meeting (G.A.A.)
A special meeting of the Central Council was held on Sunday at 68 Upper O’Connell Street,
Dublin, Ald. James Nowlan, President in the Chair.
Other present :
Messrs. J. J. Hogan, vice-president ; T. Kenny, V.P. ; J. O’Brien, V.P. ; D. Fraher and M. F. Crowe, Trustees.
J. Ward and M. F. Crowe, Leitrim
M. O’Brennan, Roscommon
P. McManus, Mayo
J. O’Kelly, Limerick
J. Lalor, Kilkenny
J. Murphy, Waterford
J. O’Donnell, Tralee
L. J. O’Toole, Secretary and Manager
Croke Cup Championship fixtures were made.
The resolution of the Cork Co. Board with reference to the transfer of Mr. J. J. Walsh, Chairman Cork Co. Board from Cork Post Office to Broadford Post Office was passed unanimously.
The conference relative to a site at Thurles for the proposed memorial to the late Most. Rev. Dr. W. T. Croke, was fixed for Thurles for 15th November.
City Hurling League
On to-morrow(Sunday) two interesting hurling matches will be decided at St. Jame’s Park in connection with the City Hurling League. The Volunteers will cross camana with James Stephens’ and Foulkstown will try conclusions with the Continent. Two good games should result.
Taken from ‘The Kilkenny People‘, November 7th, 1914