Representatives from GAA clubs in Galway are due to attend a meeting tonight to hear details of an audit carried out on County Board finances.  

Club delegates have been invited to a meeting in Claregalway where a number of items are listed for discussion. 

As well as ratifying the nominations of the inter-county hurling and football mangers for forthcoming season, details of an audit, conducted by Mazars on behalf of Croke Park, will also be revealed at the meeting. 

Delegates have been told auditors have examined oversight, financial controls, policy and procedures at Galway GAA.

The meeting comes after it emerged that the Galway County Board had repaid €390,000 in outstanding monies owed to GAA headquarters in relation to All-Ireland final tickets from 2015.

A recent County Board meeting also heard that the Board had written off around €100,000 in bad debt.

A separate, internal audit was completed earlier this year but has not been made public.