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Treasurer's report sanctioned at convention

Tuesday, 3rd December, 2013 12:44pm

Story by Conall Collier
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Treasurer's report sanctioned at convention

Barney Allen at his 50th convention with Liz Phelan at her first.

Treasurer's report sanctioned at convention

Barney Allen at his 50th convention with Liz Phelan at her first.

There was a broad welcome for treasurer Brendan Dempsey's report at tonight's Meath GAA convention in Navan O'Mahonys were delegates adopted the financial report that incorporated a provision for bad and doubtful debts of €93,000.

Former Co Board chairman Barney Allen and former treasurer Pat Clerkin both praised the efforts of the current chairman and treasurer.

 “I'm glad to see we are on the road back” stated the former chairman.

Delegates congratulated the treasurer on his report and also on his efforts to curtail expenditure and increase income.

The treasurer also told delegates that he had identified a number of areas where further savings could be made including the use of mobile phones.

Conall Collier

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