In a statement to donegaldaily.com today, a club spokesman said: “The club is angry and disappointed at the decision taken on Monday night at the Donegal County Committee meeting not to recognise an existing agreement between ourselves and Letterkenny Gaels in relation to boundaries.
“We wish to reassure our members that no designated boundaries are in place in the Letterkenny area as result of Monday night’s decision.
“St. Eunan’s Club is now appealing the failure of County Committee to recognise the existing agreement between ourselves and Letterkenny Gaels to the relevant Ulster Hearings Committee.”
The issue has caused bitterness and division in GAA circles throughout the county.
Indeed the vote on Monday night was almost split – 40 to 36.
Letterkenny Gaels have so far not issued any statement.
Under the proposal adopted by the county GAA, the Gaels have access to players in the Aughaninshin part of the town declared as their club’s catchment area.
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