Glenveagh sponsors Meath GAA hurling jerseys

Glenveagh Properties to sponsor the Meath Hurlers. Glenveagh Properties have announced an exclusive 2-year sponsorship deal with Meath GAA for the County Hurling Teams. The sponsorship will cover Senior, U20, and Minor County Hurling teams. The Glenveagh logos will feature on the shirts of each of these teams.

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The brand new Glenveagh sponsored Meath GAA hurling jerseys were unveiled in Pairc Tailteann on Saturday morning. The team debuted their gorgeous new kit in style with a stunning comeback win against Wicklow on Sunday afternoon in Navan in the second round of the Allianz National Hurling League.

We are thrilled to be on board with the hurlers and would like to wish the Meath Senior, Under 20’s and Under 17’s continued success for 2020!

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