Inside Track

11th December, 2016
Former Cork camogie star Anna Geary alongside Waterford’s Austin Gleeson and former Kilkenny hurler Jackie Tyrrell

As revealed by The Sunday Business Post, Littlewoods Ireland is a new major partner of the GAA, with a contract estimated to be worth €1 million a year. The online retailer officially announced its top-tier partnership with the GAA and the Camogie Association last Tuesday. It will be the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship and Camogie National League sponsor until 2019. It marks the first time that the Camogie National League has had a title sponsor.

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