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.
Referees co-ordinator Frank Gallogly reminded delegates of the shortage of referees and asked clubs to put referees high in their agenda. He said a new referees course would commence in early February.
Meath Ladies have announced a new sponsorship deal with one of Meath's most iconic companies with a great tradition in Gaelic Games, KEPAK, and also launched a new jersey from designer by Masita Ireland.
"It has been really important for giving the lads a bit of belief about themselves about winning games and to understand what it is to win against teams that have been historically and currently better than us."
Meath GAA's plans to redevelop Pairc Tailteann into a 21,000-seat stadium has been given a massive boost with the news that the project has received a €6.2 million grant from the Large Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund.
"He has not made any final decision yet, one way or the other, and as long as he hasn't made the decision to go there, I'd still hold out reasonable hope that he could still be playing football for Tyrone this year."