Tipperary will have to adapt their club championship structures following yesterday’s Special Congress.
Delegates from across the country voted to adopt the Ard Comhairle’s motion which will see a major restructuring of the Munster, Leinster and All Ireland Championships.
Tipperary, Dublin and Cork had alternative motions, but each were defeated.
It’s estimated that with the new structure of the Senior Championship – the club championship will have to be played off over 14 weeks – giving 7 for hurling and 7 for football.
Currently, it takes at least 11 weeks to play off each competition.
County Board Secretary Tim Floyd says Tipp will have to look at restructuring the club championship now…