The GAA are planning a major revamp to the league’s next season and are also looking into a whole range of things to make the fixtures move along a lot smoother.
According to RTÉ Sport the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) will ask Central Council to consider a number of proposed 2023 fixtures calendar changes this weekend.
Part of the proposal is that there will be no finals played across the four football league divisions.
The league finals are very important , lower division teams get to play in a national final in Croke park , why would you scrap that 🤷♂️
— Trevor TK kelly (@tkjj11) September 22, 2022
The GAA are also considering moving the All-Ireland finals back one week, with the hurling final on the 23rd and the football on the 30th. Are the GAA finally finding the right balance between club and county? Interesting and exciting times in the GAA at the moment.