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Cycling Ireland Board Statement 13th February
By Cycling Ireland
14 Feb 2022,

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Cycling Ireland is aware of a written communication made by the President, on his own behalf, to the membership of Cycling Ireland on Saturday 12 February.

This is an exciting and positive time for Cycling Ireland and for cycling in Ireland. There have been a number of exciting appointments made and initiatives taken by the Company. The President has played a key role in those developments.

The Board shares the President’s expressed desire for a unified and cohesive Board of Directors which reflects the diversity of Cycling Ireland’s membership. The best way to achieve that objective is for the Board to work together to rebuild relationships and address the issues facing the Company. The Board is committing to making that happen.

The Board is writing to the Department of Sport and Sport Ireland to advise them of the issues that appear to have given rise to the President’s communication. In addition, the Board will engage with Sport Ireland in relation to the appointment of additional directors, as suggested by the President.

The Board met this morning and resolved to convene an EGM of the Company. Proposals by certain clubs to convene an EGM would in any event have been considered at the scheduled Board meeting to be held on 21 February 2022.

The EGM will afford an opportunity for the Board to inform the members of issues the Company is facing and the steps that are being taken to address them. It will also give the members an opportunity to make their voices heard. The Board is acutely conscious that the members of the Company rightly feel that recent events do nothing to serve the interests of the sport of cycling.

The Board is committed to ensuring the company functions effectively and operates in accordance with the Governance Code for Sport, and always in the best interests of its members and the sport. The President was invited to today’s Board meeting but did not attend. He has received all Board communications and documentation subsequent to that meeting.

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Irish Times Monday 14th February



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