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the latest news from the Cavan ladies


Cavan Ladies had their monthly meeting recently in front of a very
large attendance of delegates. The Chairwoman Mrs. Concepta Traynor
commiserated with the minor and U-14 teams at their losses in the
Ulster Championship. She thanked the management and all the players
for their commitment and especially the parents who made sure the
girls attended training throughout the year. She also congratulated
Knockbride on their win at the county Feile 2005 and wished them
luck at the All-Ireland. She thanked all the officials who helped
out during the day to make it a very memorable event for the girls.
Mrs. Traynor also congratulated Pamela Crowe, Aisling Doonan and
Bronagh Sheridan on their selection with the Ulster interprovincial
team and wished them the very best of luck in the competition.

A fundamentals coaching course was discussed at length and it was
agreed that each club should send at least two or more representatives
to it. The date will be announced once all the clubs have sent in
the cost of €20.00 per person. No U-16’s are allowed to attend the


The registrar Abby Brady told the delegates that the some clubs
were still not registered and after June 1st no player would be
unable to play if their club were unregistered. She urged clubs
that had not done so to fill in their forms and get them returned
as soon as possible.

Fashion show
The chairwoman thanked all who organised the group for the Ulster
council Fashion show. She thanked the committee Eileen Brown and
Patricia King, Madge Fitzpatrick, Abby Brady, Aiden Reilly and hairdresser
Nicola King. She thanked the models who took part. They were; Gerry
Sheridan, Fergal Brady, JJ Murphy, Caron Fay, Ciara Reilly, Laura
Brown, Paula Fitzpatrick, Laura Pearson, Breda Smith, Maria Smith,
Catriona Smith, Aishling Fitzpatrick, and Pamela Crowe. The most
thanks went to the fashion outlets that supported the county. They
were Tiger Lily Boutique, Daisy Dukes, DT One Menswear, and Foxes
Shoes. It was announced at the meeting that anyone associated with
the show would get a 10% discount in Tiger Lilys when they shop
there. The chairwoman said it was a tremendous night in Armagh and
that everyone had a great laugh.

Rule Changes
Central Council passed an amendment to the current ‘Sin Bin’ rule.
This rule only applies to Minor age and upwards to senior level.
It will apply to county and club teams in all competitions. The
delegates were also told that the closing date for transfers from
one club to another, quoted in the Bye Laws of the county, no longer
exists as this rule was deemed unfair by Croke Park and was defeated
at Central Council.

There was one transfer; Shannon Laheen – From Lacken to Cornafean.
All Clubs were advised that transfers must be sent in on Duplicate
form i.e. two copies. Failure to do so will result in the transfer
been defeated.


The fixtures committee reported that fixtures were all been played
and on their proper dates and all clubs thanked for their cooperation.
The fixtures chairman Eamon Lynch also informed the delegates that
as summer approached that under no circumstances would fixtures
be able to accommodate festivals and concerts.

Injury Fund Treatment Scheme
All clubs were asked to investigate how the injury scheme operates
and to be fully aware of the implications if the scheme guidelines
are not adhered to. Very often players and clubs make mistakes filling
out the forms which result in a delay of reimbursement of monies
and sometimes a refusal by the health insurance body.

The Chairwoman closed the meeting by wishing all those sitting leaning
and junior examinations in June the best of luck.

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