New Carlow chairman Jim Bolger has several targets he wants to reach during his time in the hotseat.
Bolger has highlighted the importance of working with the clubs to help Carlow prosper in both hurling and football.
He said: “We need to work with our clubs and our coaching staff to make sure that they are fit for purpose.”
The newly elected chair also emphasised how crucial the County Championships are to both the underage and senior inter-county teams.
“It’s important that we improve our County Championships so that the transition from club to county will be smoother than it currently is,” admitted Bolger.
The Carlow man believes that there is scope for improvement on the numbers who currently play hurling in the county.
“We need to increase the amount of young people playing hurling across the county. It’s as simple as that. ”
While Bolger did not have anything to add on the search for a new senior hurling manager, he did mention the financial impact that Covid-19 will have on Carlow GAA.
“This coming year will be financially difficult, but I hope we can get crowds in by June. That’s what we depend on and we need it back,” Bolger added.