Cork camogie announces new three-year sponsorship deal with New Ireland Assurance

 Cork camogie players, from left, Eimear O'Sullivan, Amy O'Connor, Meabh Cahalane and Ashling Thompson (Photo: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile)

Cork camogie players, from left, Eimear O'Sullivan, Amy O'Connor, Meabh Cahalane and Ashling Thompson (Photo: Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile)

CORK Camogie Chairperson Mary McSweeney has welcomed the county’s new three-year sponsorship deal with New Ireland Assurance.

This new sponsorship deal will see New Ireland Assurance sponsor Cork’s senior, intermediate, minor and U16A and U16B inter-county camogie teams as they represent the county over the next three years. 

The New Ireland Assurance brand will appear on both the front and the back of all jerseys worn by the above Cork inter-county teams.

‘Cork camogie is delighted to announce a sponsorship agreement over the next three years with New Ireland Assurance.  This represents an exciting time in Cork camogie and we are looking forward to working together to help grow and develop our national game,’ McSweeney said.
‘We look forward to the next three years with the support of New Ireland Assurance that this sponsorship deal will help to develop and further enhance Cork camogie and keep camogie in Cork to the fore. Furthermore we look forward to the challenge of keeping Cork camogie competing strongly at the highest level and feel that New Ireland Assurance can support us in achieving this.
‘We would like to thank New Ireland Assurance for their sponsorship and for investing in Cork Camogie which means a lot to all the players and officials.’

Mark Kenny, Regional Manager for New Ireland Assurance, added:

‘New Ireland Assurance is delighted to be the new sponsor of Cork Camogie. New Ireland Assurance has a long tradition in supporting Gaelic games in local communities.
‘Cork camogie have had a fantastic couple of years, going from strength to strength, and we look forward to joining forces and building on this strength and further promoting the game. We would like to wish Cork camogie the very best in the championship this summer.’