Donegal county board have failed to get their match against Dublin moved to a neutral venue after CCCC rejected their appeal.
It was always going to be like roulette at newslotsite.org.uk, as it could have went either way, but this time the GAA did not back down and Dublin will get two home games in the super 8.
The meeting between Senior officials and members of the Donegal County Committee took place in Croke Park and it was accepted as part of the discussions, that the rules in relation to the new All Ireland Super 8 system had been democratically adopted at Congress 2017 and that these provided for all Round 1 games to be played at Croke Park and each county to subsequently have one home and one away game. While Donegal challenged how any team could nominate Croke Park as their home venue, it was acknowledged that there was nothing in Rule to prohibit this.
Donegal also requested in light of the issues they highlighted, that a review of the first year of the new championship structures be held by Central Council later in the year and that all counties be invited to submit their observations in this context. It was agreed that the issues highlighted by Donegal would be considered as part of this process and that if Central Council collectively felt that non-structural changes to aspects of the Championship were required, that these could be put to Annual Congress in 2019 for consideration.