There wasn't as much of a fuss generated by some motions debated by GAA Congress last weekend, but that doesn't mean things aren't going to be revised.
One of the changes to the senior hurling championship looks like it won't be happening after all. Antrim's proposal for the Christy Ring Cup winners to qualify for the Leinster quarter-finals the same year, instead of the following year as is currently the case, seemed like a good idea at the time. Indeed, the motion was passed with an 80% majority, but due to the major knock on effect that one small adjustment will make - it's highly likely that the change will now not happen.
The impact on the Leinster championship and All-Ireland qualifiers, as well as adding to an already loaded fixture list for club players are the main reasons for the lack of change.
The issue will be discussed at the Central Council on the 19th of March, and it might end up that the issue is brought up at the next Congress for re-assessment.
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