Arent they also looking at finishing off the club championship in the calendar year?
Here’s the main points from today from RTE
The key points are:
Central Council’s restructuring of the Senior Hurling Championship were passed overwhelmingly. They will run on a three-year trail basis.
Leinster and Munster will contain five teams each and they will be run off on a round robin basis.
A new tier two championship, possibly to be called the Joe McDonagh Cup, will be created. Hurling will now have five tiers - Liam MacCarthy, Joe McDonagh, Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher.
The winner and runner up in the new tier two championship will enter the Liam MacCarthy Cup at the preliminary quarter-final stage.
If Kerry win the second tier competition they will be promoted to the Munster SHC, with one of the five counties already there - Cork, Waterford, Tipperary, Clare and Limerick relegated.
We are now breaking for lunch and we’ll be back into action at 2.15 for motions regarding the Under-12 Hurling Championship and the playing of club games.