Communication is one of the most important ingredients of a well managed and
successful Club. Good communication ensures that the Club operates efficiently
and effectively and without this essential ingredient, the Club cannot achieve its
full potential.

Where communication breaks down in a Club, people do not know what is happening,
members miss meetings, players miss games and the wider community knows little
about the clubs activity. The perception of a ‘closed shop’ may be formed, which can
damage the Club and hinder volunteers from becoming involved.

As well as the guide below please also see the GAA manual – ‘GAA Communication in the Club’ here 

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