Gaelic games' steering group on integration have said that they have received "a very clear vision" after receiving over 30,000 responses from a members to a survey.

Verified independently by Behaviours & Attitudes, the group consisting of the Camogie Association, the Gaelic Athletic Association, and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, said it was the biggest ever response to a sports survey in Ireland.

The initial findings show that nine out of 10 members "believe integration will be positive for Gaelic games" with seven in 10 believing it will be "very positive".

"We greatly appreciate the time and the effort that people made to take part in this survey and thank them sincerely," said Mary McAleese, who is chairing the steering group.

"The significant engagement of more than 30,000 members says a lot about how passionate the ordinary membership of the Camogie Association, LGFA and GAA is about this issue and how anxious they were to have their voices heard.

"The fact that nine out of 10 members believe that integration will be positive for Gaelic Games sends a very clear message about what their vision for the future is.

"There is work to be done, but there is a mandate there from members who have spoken and who have been heard."

Member feedback spoke to areas such as equality, fixtures, facilities and finance.

The full findings of the survey are currently being compiled and will be added to the feedback from previous engagements that the group has had with volunteer leadership at club, county and provincial levels, representatives of the staff and administration of all three Associations as well as engaging with players.

The SGI has given itself a deadline of February 2024 for the publication of its integration roadmap.