Regulations

  • The affairs of the GAA within the Division shall be governed by the Official Guide and the Cork County Board
  • The Divisional Board shall consist of the Officers appointed at the AGM and one representative from each Affiliated Club.
  • The President of Bórd Roinn Oirthear Chorcaí shall be appointed for a five-year term, with the Vice-President who has served the longest period in that role to be offered the position initially, continuing on to the next most senior Vice-President (in order of appointment to that role) every five years.
  • An Executive Committee shall be appointed annually consisting of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Treasurer, P.R.O., Development/Cultural Officer and Secretary, together with four Board Members to be elected by East Cork Board. The Executive Committee shall deal with all matters of finance, making fixtures, the appointment of Referees (in conjunction with a Referee's Administrator), with all such cases of Objections and Appeals as may be referred to it by the Divisional Committee for investigation, and will also function as the Divisional Competitions Control Committee. Appointment of Referees shall rest entirely with the Executive and the Referee's Administrator. The recommendations of the Executive regarding discipline, finance or fixtures can only be upset by a two-thirds majority, at least, of those entitled to vote and voting at the Board Meetings at which such recommendations are considered.
  • The Executive has plenary powers to meet and decide on all urgent matters between meetings.
  • The Runaí shall automatically be a delegate to the County Board
  • Motions for East Cork AGM shall be submitted before a date specified by East Cork Board. A sub-committee, appointed by East Cork Board, shall decide whether or not these motions are in order. A Motion deemed out of order shall be returned to the Club which submitted it, giving the reason. A further week shall be allowed to enable the Club to resubmit an amended Motion.
  • The winners of the Junior "B" Grade Hurling and Football Championships shall be graded "A" Grade for the following year, except where it is a Club's second or subsequent Team.
  • The holders of Perpetual Trophies, the property of the Divisional Board shall be returned to the Board's Runaí at least one week before finals.
  • A Referee's Committee shall meet regularly on fixed dates and appoint a delegate to Divisional Board without voting powers. Referees approved by the Divisional Board shall be eligible for membership. Three Referee's Assessors shall be appointed by the Board.
  • The names of Referees must accompany all applications for Tournaments.