The RAI EXCO have decided that for 2020 to offer a €100 Overseas Competition Grant.
Racquetball Ireland Players can apply for the €100 grant towards playing in a foreign country competition to Treasurer Johnny O'Keeney.
Must meet the following criteria:
Following a recent Executive Committee (EXCO) meeting the following changes have been made.
Johnny O'Keeney has taken over Treasurer of the Association after Gary Lynch (Queens, Belfast) stepped down from the post in 2019. Eoin Tynan is the new Tournament Secretary and Mark Murphy takes over the Children's Officer post. Former Junior Team Coach Mick Cunningham takes over the post of Development Officer.
Rachel Hanrahan has been named as the new Designated Liaison Person complying with the Code of Ethics for Children in Sport.
The Association would like to thank Gary Lynch for his service to the Association for a period that extended to over 20 years. Gary served the Association with distinction in the posts of President, General Secretary and Treasurer.
Full EXCO for 2020:
President: Martin Lawless (Castlebar)
Vice President: Brendan Carey (Araglen)
General Secretary: Michael Haverty (Castlebar)
Assistant Secretary: Michael Kelly (Ballinrobe)
Treasurer: Johnny O'Keeney (Fermoy)
P.R.O: Majella Haverty (Castlebar)
Tournament Secretary: Eoin Tynan (Fethard)
Development Officer: Mick Cunningham (Araglen)
Junior Development Officer: Vacant
Women's Officer: Katie Kenny (Castlebar)
Anti-Doping Officer: Rosie Downey (Moycullen)
Children's Officer: Mark Murphy (Kilkenny)
Mandated Person: Eoin Tynan (Fethard)
Designated Liaison Person: Rachel Hanrahan (Galmoy)
Positions open include Junior Officer and National Junior Team Manager.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in any open position.