There will probably be 4 rule changes in GAA for 2020, the primary ones being a two-tier championship, Sin Bin, and alter to mark.
GAA President John Horan hailed the ‘democratic nature’ of the GAA after the movement was handed at as we speak’s Particular Congress in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Horan declared: “I’m delighted for the Leitrim’s and Wicklows of this world who initially approached me to see may we get this on the ground of Central Council.
“It gathered momentum and I used to be fairly stunned that we had been coming to a Particular Congress 18 months into my time period; I assumed it could have taken longer.
“I’m delighted for Leitrim and Wicklow and it shows the democratic nature of our organisation that two counties could ask for a change of this nature.”
As at all times some individuals weren’t as blissful “From what I gather, eight of the counties who could be involved next year voted against it, That doesn’t bode well for the inaugural staging.” mentioned the previous RTE pundit and Roscommon supervisor
Checklist of Rule Modifications
Counties competing in Division Three and Four of the Allianz League for 2021 is not going to contest the All-Eire Soccer Championship. They could play in it in the event that they attain their respective provincial last. This can result in the underside 16 groups of the league taking part in in an as-yet-unnamed second-tier competitors.
(2) GAA Mark
Gamers who take a ‘mark’ or clear possession contained in the oppositions 45 will probably be rewarded with a free-kick. Gamers can select to play on or sign to the referee that they want to take the free as a substitute. This may be introduced again to the 13m line for balls caught between there and the tip line. The proposal, which was trialed within the 2019 League.
(3) GAA Sin Bin
If a participant will get a black card they may now spend will spend 10 minutes off the sector. No substitute allowed, lowering his facet’s numbers for that interval. A second black card, or a black following a yellow, will lead to a pink card. The participant will despatched off for the remainder of the match.
(4) New GAA kick out guidelines
To attempt to keep away from all of the brief kick-outs. All kick-outs should now be taken from the 20-metre line moderately than the present mark of the 13m line. The ball should journey ahead and all gamers should be no less than 13m away and out of doors the D and 20m line when the kick is taken.
Checklist of Division 1 groups – All eight are secured a spot in All-Eire
Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Mayo, Meath, Monaghan & Tyrone
Checklist of Division 2 groups – Prime six will safe place in All-Eire
Roscommon, Cavan, Fermanagh, Kildare, Armagh, Clare, Westmeath & Laois
Checklist of Division Three groups – Solely prime two safe place in All-Eire
Cork, Derry, Down, Leitrim, Longford, Louth, Offaly & Tipperary
Checklist of Division Four groups – No groups can safe place in All-Eire
Antrim, Carlow, Limerick, London, Sligo, Waterford, Wexford & Wicklow