Can anyone tell me why the sudden interest from Boston people running for positions on the County Board? Its clear they want no part of the games within the NACB proven by the fact that 10 of the Boston teams failed to travel to the Labor Day Weekend Play-offs in Chicago. Four of the people running weren't at the play-offs.
I thought $2.500 fines and 48 week suspensions was the appropriate action according to the NACB Bye-Laws. Instead the people that have shown total disdain for the Nacb, its clubs and its rules except for the playoffs in 2008 and 2009 when Boston was the host now want to run the whole show. I think all of Boston should stay out of Washington this weekend. You're all wasting your time because the clubs in America know the adverse effect your non-participation at the play-offs had on the whole weekend. The days of Boston holding the NACB to ransom are over.
1 - 2011 Convention will be held in Cleveland OH - Passed 2 through 4 - Tabled 5 - 2012 playoffs held in Philly - passed 6 - Playoffs held on rotational basis - Tabled, NACB to produce proposal for next convention 7 - All teams at playoffs must stay in designated hotels - passed 8 and 9 - Increase playoff non-participation penalty - Referred to by-law committee 10 - Increase club registration fee by $50 to fund college program - defeated 11 - Ladies football resident registration deadline move to May 15th - defeated 12 - Change resident deadline to June 10th, failed 13 - NACB registrar to post online and send printed copy of resident registration to all divisions within 2 weeks of verification - passed 14 - Make all home-based registration available by May 30th, out of order 15 - Allocate All-Ireland tickets to divisions based on current distribution of clubs - passed 16 - Youth clubs be given equal distribution of AI tickets - out of order 17 - NA youth board officers receive AI tickets - out of order 18 - Appoint CCC and Hearing Committees - on hold 19 - Appoint CCC and Hearing Committees - passed 20 - Re-add by-law 10 as existed in 2009, re CCC and hearing committees 21- relating to authority of CCC and hearing committees, out of order 22 - Divisional management committees - passed 23 - Create elected Development Officer on NACB - withdrawn 24 - Change wording of Regulation 3Dc (no less than 5 resident -> no more than 7 non resident) 25 - Same as 24 - withdrawn 26 - Sanctions on field in senior football, reduce from 8 to 5 - passed 27 - Sanctioned players can't be classed as resident - withdrawn 28 - Change Intercounty transfer due date to March 31 - passed 29 - Change "club in ireland" to "current club" - passed
30 - Separate senior and junior camogie teams at playoffs - failed 31 - Prevent hurlers playing in multiple grades at playoffs - failed 32 - Make card inspections mandatory at playoffs - failed 33 - Camogie playoffs use round robin format - passed 34 - Mens' sanction deadline move from July 1 to July 20 - Passed by 1 vote 35 - Change wording of no less than 5 to no more than 8 non resident players - out of order 36 - Twice monthly conference calls between NACB and divisional boards - passed 37 - All teams, codes and grades play 13 a side - passed 38 - Winners upgrade after two consecutive wins rather than one - withdrawn 39 - NACB to conduct grading review of all clubs - withdrawn 40 - Ladies teams cannot move up or down for 2 years, obligated to move up after two consecutive wins - Failed 41 - Unlimited subs - withdrawn 42 - Allow 2 non resident players on field in Jnr C - failed 43 - Re-word regulation regarding Jnr C teams in major cities to avoid conflict with 42 above - failed 44 - Re-word by laws and regulations that relate to nationality to avoid discriminatory language - referred to by-law committee 45 - Number skipped, typo 46 - Amend official guide rule 6.13 b I to remove references to J1 visas - withdrawn 47 - Create "div 2" competition in major divisions with Jnr A rules but allowing senior and intermediate sanctioned players to play 48 - Establish intermediate grade in hurling - withdrawn 49 - U16 players must be active and registered in youth program to register for an adult team - out of order 50 - New U21 grade established in NACB - passed 51 - Female U18 players allowed to play in all grades - out of order 52 - Inter-divisional youth competition at playoffs - passed 53 - Delete by-law 12b - Withdrawn 54 - Change name of NACB cups every 5 years - failed 55 - 1 year term limit for Honorary Chairman, no reimbursement for HC expenses - out of order 56 - Each club receive a copy of NACB by-laws and regulations after convention - passed 57 - Pittsburgh teams defect from Midwest to Mid Atlantic division - Withdrawn 58 - Ladies Football to be played by playing rules of Ladies Football Association (sin bin et al) - passed 59 - NACB officers responsible for maintaining board's 501(c)3 status and tax compliance - passed 60 - Comprehensive review of OG rule 6.13(b), no inter county players allowed sanctions to play in NACB area except for those eligible to obtain J1 visas - passed