There are changes coming, but with no voting required this Friday, the annual convention for Carlow GAA will be able to take place in a remote capacity.
Finances will be up for discussion with the county having overturned a deficit last year thanks in part to the return of crowds to games locally.
Carlow chair Jim Bolger explains the reasoning for keeping things online.
“We were looking at the nominations for different positions and everything is sorted,” said Jim.
“We’ve no vote on Friday night for positions, we have a number of changes coming, but overall, we had a meeting last week and decided that in the interest of the health and wellbeing of everybody that we would go remote with the meeting as we did last year”.
Listen to Jim’s full interview and more, below.