GAA club players are being encouraged to voice their concerns over the fixture scheduling problems that have damaged the sport at grassroots level.
Former Monaghan selector Declan Brennan and former Meath captain Anthony Moyles are investigating the possibility of creating a Club Players Association that would represent the plight of club players throughout the country.
The welfare of club footballers and hurlers has been repeatedly eroded and club fixtures are constantly being changed as a result of the importance that is given to the senior inter-county championships.
A national meeting will be held in the coming weeks where plans will be formalised for the establishment of the CPA.
Moyles believes that there is a mood for change among ordinary members...