Sponsorship Works 2016 | Sponsorship Case Study | Electric Ireland and the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championships
Irish energy supplier Electric Ireland aims to differentiate the brand in a crowded Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) sponsorship field by making a difference to the lives of the players and followers of GAA sports.
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was able to distribute a record amount of income to counties and clubs in 2017 after revenue rose to €65.6m ($81.7m), while the organisation has moved to address concerns over its playing surfaces by acquiring a farm to grow its own pitches.
The Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) has rejected Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) team Limerick’s appeal against a Hawk-Eye error that potentially cost them a game last week through disallowed points.
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) has suspended goal-line technology Hawk-Eye, following a wrong decision it made during a hurling game yesterday.