Delegates at tonight’s Cork county board meeting will decide the make-up of the committee to select the county’s next senior hurling manager.
To date 22 proposals have been submitted to the board executive by clubs and these have then been redistributed to each club for consideration.
PRO Ger Lane said that as many of the proposals are quite similar they will most likely be broken down into a smaller number of options and then discussed.
“It would be very time consuming if each of the motions was to be debated individually and a lot of the motions submitted by clubs are very similar,” he said.
“There might be a bit of tweaking required in some cases but I would imagine there will be quite a few amalgamated into one proposal.
“Ultimately delegates may have only five or six proposals to consider. We’d be looking then to get the process started as soon as possible and get the committee up and running, once a proposal is decided upon.
“For example if a proposal involving putting club delegates on the committee was decided, then those delegates will likely be selected from the floor tonight.”