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Galway camogie and Supermac’s end 20-year association

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Carrie Dolan in action for Galway last September

Carrie Dolan in action for Galway last September

Carrie Dolan in action for Galway last September

Galway camogie and Supermac’s have ended their more than 20 year partnership, it has been confirmed.

The fast-food chain, headed by Pat McDonagh, have long been staunch supporters of Gaelic Games in Galway but their arrangement with the Camogie side, who claimed last year’s All-Ireland title, has come to an end ahead of the new season.

It’s understood that camogie board have a replacement lined up with an announcement expected in the coming weeks.

“Both myself and Una have been delighted to have been associated with various Galway Camogie teams for over 20 years,” said McDonagh, who recently announced a sponsorship of Galway women’s football club.

“We have seen some outstanding performances with the All Ireland Final wins of 2013, 2019 and 2021 being the highlights.

"We would like to thank all the players, managers, coaches and their families for their continued support over the years. While there have been some tough days along the way, each and every team, from underage to senior, that put on a jersey deserves respect and credit for their commitment.

"This current Galway Camogie team, led by Cathal Murray, has proved to be the most successful of all. Their dedication has brought this about and we wish them and their management team continued success over the coming seasons.”

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