Donegal official Mick McGrath has been appointed to the GAA’s high powered National Referees ‘Appointments Committee.
The Aodh Ruadh official, who has been a member of the National Referees body for the past six years, has been appointed to the three man committee by new President of the Association Aogan O’Fearghail.
The National Referees’ Appointments Committee are the committee that appoint referees and officials for all inter-county games, both league and championship.
The committee is made up of former Cavan chairman George Cartwright - who will chair the committee; former All-Ireland referee Willie Barrett, Tipperary. and Mick McGrath.
“Willie (Barrett) will make all the hurling appointments and I will look after all the appointments for football,” Mick McGrath told the Democrat.
He was first appointed by Christy Cooney and was re-appointed by Liam O’Neill and has been appointed once again by new President Aoghan O’Fearghail.