SIX positions will be up for grabs when the 2020 Donegal GAA Convention is held virtually next month.
Due to Covid-19 measures, this year’s Convention will take place online on Monday, December 14.
Picture: PJ McGowan, who completes a five-year term as Ulster Council Delegate.
Clubs have been asked to submit nominations and motions for consideration to the County Board by this Friday, November 6.
A postal voting system will be operational.
Five of the current executive have to take leave of their positions having completed five-year terms.
The portfolios of Vice-Chairman Frankie Doherty, Assistant Treasurer Paddy Tinney, Oifigeach Cultúr/Teanga Fergus McGee, Ulster Council Delegate PJ McGowan and Development Officer David McLoone will all be handed in next month and those positions vacated.
The Children’s Officer role is also to be filled. Gary Duffy stepped down from the post at the 2019 Convention and a successor is to be appointed. Nominations are not taken for the Children’s Officer position, which is ratified by clubs following a recommendation from the executive.Tags: