The Irish Masters have pencilled in a busy year of activities in 2011, looking to build further on what was a successful year gone by which saw the country host the Home Nations last summer.
To discuss these issues, their next important meeting is on Sunday, January 23 when they have a meeting, both men and women, at Lisnagarvey at 12pm concerning the Masters admin and committee.
A first training date for the men will follow at 2.30pm while subsequent sessions are hoping to be held in Galway (February 20), Dublin (March 6 and April 3) and Belfast (May 8).
A further preparation session for the Home Nations for the O-45s and O-55s will possibly in Lisnagarvey (June 5) and Dublin (June 12) before the tournament takes play in Hillsborough on June 18 and 19.
The O-40s and O-50s play their tournament, meanwhile, in Swansea a month later on July 23 and 24.
Depending on interest and availability, a decision will be made on whether to potentially send teams to the Europeans in Krefeld, Germany (August 23-28) and the World Cup in Singapore (October 28 to November 5).
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