Meath hurlers unveil new sponsor

January 17, 2020

Back L- R: David Rispin, Ronan McKenna (Both Gleanveagh). Front L-R: John Kavanagh (Meath GAA Chairperson), Seán Geraghty (Meath Senior Hurling Captain), Martin O'Halloran (Meath GAA Hurling Committee Chairperson/Leinster GAA PRO).

Glenveagh Properties plc – the largest house builder in Co. Meath have announced an exclusive 2-year sponsorship deal with Meath GAA for the County Hurling Team.

The sponsorship will see the company as the main sponsor for the Senior, Under 20 and Minor County Hurling teams.

The Glenveagh logos will feature on the shirts of each of these teams.

This builds on the very strong relationship between Glenveagh and Meath GAA. Since 2018 the company has supported the County Board with the Royal House Draw under which Glenveagh contributed three of their state-of-the-art new homes to be auctioned to raise funds for the redevelopment of Páirc Tailteann.

The company is largest house builder in Meath with live developments at Cois Glaisin, Cluain Adain, Holsteiner Park, Oldbridge Manor, Silver Banks, and Ruxton Oaks in Blackcastle Demesne (coming soon).

Speaking today, Ronan McKenna, Director of Sales with Glenveagh said that the sponsorship deal reflects Glenveagh’s strong commitment to Meath: “Our roots in Meath are deep and we are helping to build strong communities in wonderful new homes. We are keen to contribute to the wider public in the county and help support their role in the community.

“The GAA is the life and soul of communities across the country and we are delighted to partner Meath GAA in this sponsorship.”

“I am delighted to announce that Glenveagh Homes will be the exclusive sponsor of our Senior, U20 and Minor hurling Inter County teams for 2020 and 2021.” said, John Kavanagh, Cathaoirleach Coiste na Mí.

“The sponsorship builds on the successful partnership of our recent house draw. Glenveagh are leaders in the home building market, their ambitions off the field are matched by those of Coiste na Mí on the field.”

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