GAA clubs will get public-liability insurance
The GAA is set to launch a major new scheme aimed at making sure all of its 2,000 clubs on the island have full and proper insurance.
The GAA is set to launch a major new scheme aimed at making sure all of its 2,000 clubs on the island have full and proper insurance. The organisation has developed the scheme in conjunction with insurance providers Allianz and Coyle Hamilton Willis, both of whom have long-term associations with the GAA. Details of the initiative will be revealed on Tuesday by GAA president Nickey Brennan. The scheme is designed to provide public liability insurance...
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