GAA president John Horan and Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan were both in attendance this morning to launch the new GAA Manifesto at St Colmcille's GAA club, Bettystown.
The GAA officials were welcomed to the club by chairman Keith Loughman who expressed his gratitude to everyone who turned up for the occasion.
"Two years ago we had the honour of getting to the All-Ireland IFC club final and it was a great occasion for us and it really pushed us on to another level," stated the St Colmcille's chairman.
"We work closely with Croke Park and it's great to have this opportunity to host this launch this morning," he added.
THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH AND UNVEILING
"The manifesto is a celebration of our GAA – of our shared values and of all the people who make the GAA what it is," commented the president.
"It is an affirmation of our mission, vision and values brought to life in a way that everyone can connect with.
"Well done to all the boys and girls who were out there this morning and from the evidence of what I saw many of you will be making a big impact for your club and also with Meath.
"It's great to be here this morning and I'm delighted that Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan is present also and that we can officially launch the new manifesto," he added.
ST COLMCILLE'S CHAIRMAN MADE A SPECIAL PRESENTATION TO THE GAA OFFICIALS
GAA president John Horan and Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan received a special presentation from St Colmcille's chairman Keith Loughman.