Like every other county, Meath County Committee are awaiting the green light from the Government regarding the commencement of club competitions.
At last night's remote county committee meeting chairman John Kavanagh told delegates that it was a waiting game as regards the start of the club scene in the county.
'At this stage we don't know, when club competitions will start, Kavanagh told delegates, 'as soon as it is made clear when club activities can start back the CCC will be ready to go with games.'
Fixtures secretary Damien Griffin said the intercounty season will take about 21 weeks. 'But we are not certain what time we will have for club games. Our main priority at present is to have a championship and get last years hurling finals played. Following a motion passed at congress we need to bring down the number of intermediate teams to 16 by the end of 2022 so we have to look at the different options to relegate four teams in that time frame.'
Griffin also told delegates that decisions had been made regarding all adult transfers while exemptions and transfers for underage players would be finalised over the next number of weeks.Tweet