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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:28:32 PM »
There is no relegation in 2021 leagues, with promotion from lower divisions dependent on playing the majority of 1 round fixtures. In football, top 4 play offs to determine league winners.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Monaghan Covid Breach
« on: April 08, 2021, 02:21:30 PM »
Inter County GAA lost its 'elite' status in October 2020 due to covid breaches. With this nonsense, it could be another delayed start

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I think this is a paid service from BT

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: April 01, 2021, 03:59:01 PM »
The very worst case scenario re insurance would be if one of the 9 got injured they wouldn't be covered. Absolutely no impact on Innisfails insurance cover generally.

Ignoring Covid for a sec (and I'm sure someone from Innisfails knew about it), but do you need formal permission to train on a GAA pitch? In the past I often organised early morning or late summer evening sessions when I knew there'd be plenty of room at my local GAA club,  with a 5 or 6 kids (son, nephew, friends) and a bag of balls - usually just fun stuff like scoring practice. Never once sought permission.

I don't agree about the impact in Innisfails insurance.
You 100% need formal permission to train on a GAA pitch.
If anything happened at any of the sessions you organised you would be personally liable.
I remember hearing that the GAA basically is forced to punish individuals who are caught in order to keep their insurance.
The vast vast majority of the time a blind eye is turned to this but given the publicity and the nature of insurance companies I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see Innisfails in bother over this.

County teams have separate insurance cover for Player Injury Fund. It wouldnt relate to the Innisfaills club cover in any way.

You wouldnt be covered for personal injury , if you had an accident on a club ground, if you did not have permission to be there or if you were not a member of that club. Must clubs have a ' no responsibility.... ' sign up !

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GAA Discussion / Re: Sports Funding in NI
« on: March 27, 2021, 05:09:35 PM »
Entirely agree.

Iíve already heard stories of clubs planning to use the funds to upgrade facilities etc

I guess ethically thereís the question but the system was there to be applied for.

My genuine fear is clubs do use the funds for those purposes & the audit process review deems them to be outside the scope & money is sought to be clawed back.

Media et al will get their teeth into this and plenty will come to light Iím sure.

A sorry mess across all sport.
Cycling Ireland have been called out already

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GAA Discussion / Re: Sports Funding in NI
« on: March 27, 2021, 04:13:08 PM »
Is it evident that the GAA clubs with the biggest grants recieved have undertaken major capital investments in past three years?
If they have been fundraising for a community hub and raised for example, £100k in 2019 - 2020, it seems like they have been able to claim for this - income loss. It looks like these capital costs have been overlooked as has one off fundraising opportunities, as opposed to running costs only for grants

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GAA Discussion / Re: Sports Funding in NI
« on: March 26, 2021, 08:26:58 AM »
SportNI SSF quote -  Some (claims )will be checked before payments are made and some afterwards. We will seek evidence to confirm that the award has been distributed as intended and the accounts info provided is verified by the accounts.

Going to be very very busy ...now

Where did you see this delgany?
http://www.sportni.net/funding/our-funding-programmes/sports-sustainability-fund/sports-sustainability-fund-frequently-asked-questions/

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GAA Discussion / Re: Sports Funding in NI
« on: March 25, 2021, 09:37:14 PM »
SportNI SSF quote -  Some (claims )will be checked before payments are made and some afterwards. We will seek evidence to confirm that the award has been distributed as intended and the accounts info provided is verified by the accounts.

Going to be very very busy ...now

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GAA Discussion / Re: Sports Funding in NI
« on: March 25, 2021, 11:09:08 AM »
Nolan's main story for the 3rd day!

Yeah DUP paid him off to avoid pow wowing about the NI protocol.

Nolan hasn't a clue about any sport ...which makes it interesting  listening ....just like Mr.Allister

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GAA Discussion / Re: Sports Funding in NI
« on: March 24, 2021, 12:26:52 PM »
Clubs with a social club had to produce certified audited accounts as per rule. So they would have the highest overheads and loss/ profit in greatest  detail

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: March 23, 2021, 12:13:30 PM »
Soccer teams going hammer & tongs in the Falls Park

Are soccer teams training for next season?

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: March 21, 2021, 11:25:04 AM »
After central council meeting yesterday
Current membership deadline  extended beyond 31st March.
Restart in North to be discussed by Covid Advisory committee next week.
PIF - loss of earnings - to be reviewed in 'near future'

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General discussion / Re: Legal eagle help needed!
« on: March 18, 2021, 07:59:53 PM »
There's plenty of cowboys out there.
Caught a 'gas engineer' out ' a while back, he said the gas boiler needed replaced as it was over 10 years old and it would be £3000 up front. The boiler was 4 yr old. Told him to do one. It needed an expander at £90 .
It depends where you live, but it's difficult getting a reliable tradesman

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General discussion / Re: Legal eagle help needed!
« on: March 18, 2021, 07:42:03 PM »
Was your name and address on the review?
Today, send them a data protection request for a copy of all information they hold about you and a request to delete this forthwith. You have no continuing business relationship.
Report them to the Data Protection Commissioner, you did business with them to get a quote for your bog, not to have someone come to your house about a review. Using your address for that purpose is likely a misuse of data.

Name was on the review, not my address. I assume they still had job notes from it with my details and got the address from it. Couldn't believe it when my wife rang me to tell me, im very close to ringing the police and reporting harassment.

Does anyone know if David McKeown still uses the board?
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David was on the parking ticket page' this week

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GAA Discussion / Re: Congress
« on: March 16, 2021, 07:58:40 PM »
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Motion 24: This motion proposes to extend the scope of the rule dealing with abuse of a racist, sectarian, or anti-inclusion nature against an opponent to also include such abuse against a match official.

Unsurprisingly passed by acclaim
Guess this means any derogatory reference to "free staters" will now carry a stern sanction

Great stuff - so as well as racist and sectarian bigotry not being tolerated, anti-Irish bigotry by people from Northern Ireland will not be tolerated

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Motion 26: Propose to make it a foul to distract someone by waving hurl/arms while they are taking a puck-out/kick-out or sideline puck/kick.

Passed by acclaim
Good God

Imagine passing this motion for puckouts and sidelines but then bizarrely not for frees

Who the f**k comes up with this nonsense

I think , the frees were already in the rules

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