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Bord Gáis Networks Continues ‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’
Bord Gáis Networks is continuing support of the Cork Senior Camogie Team for the 2012 League and All Ireland Championship competitions. It will continue to deliver the engaging sponsorship programme ‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’ in partnership with Cork Camogie County Board.
Following a hugely successful inaugural programme in 2011, ‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’ will continue to deliver an online competition to nurture and promote interest in the game for 8 – 12 year olds in Cork. It will also deliver a ‘skills camp’ as part of the competition process for registered camogie club members in this age category. This camp is scheduled to take place on 12th May and will be facilitated by ‘Camogie Heroes’ including Julia White, Cork Senior Camogie Team Captain and team members Pamela and Katriona Mackey, Jennifer O’Leary, Amanda O’Regan, Gemma O’Connor and Orla Cotter.
‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’ will also see ‘Cork Camogie’s Hall of Fame’ enter into its second year, where legends associated with the game in Cork will be honored and acknowledged for their commitment and dedication to the game.
In addition to this exciting programme of work, Bord Gáis Networks will continue to support the Cork Senior Camogie Team, driving their profile to the forefront of Irish sporting life.
Speaking at the launch of the 2012 sponsorship programme with Cork Senior Camogie Team, John Barry, MD, Bord Gáis Networks said ‘Bord Gáis Networks is delighted to continue with its programme of support for the Cork Senior Camogie team and for the sport at local level. We wish the team every success as they progress through the various demanding stages of both the League and Championship competitions. Once again, we are looking forward to working with Cork Camogie County Board and the Cork Senior Camogie Team in delivering the engaging programme of ‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’. The Programme is aligned with our vision to support communities in which we operate. We believe that sport provides an invaluable outlet for young people delivering numerous benefits for themselves and society. We are confident that ‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’ will encourage upcoming players to aspire to become camogie greats and to see the value and reward, both personally and in the sporting arena, of investing themselves in such a great sport’.
Looking forward to this year’s League and Championship battles, Cork County Board Chairperson, Marian McCarthy said, ‘The Cork County Board is delighted to have the support of Bord Gáis Networks again as sponsor of the Cork Senior Camogie Team. Once again, we are delighted to be part of ‘Fuelling Cork’s Camogie Passion’. We believe this programme will highlight the excitement and passion of camogie and that it will encourage young players to progress with the sport. We are extremely proud of the prestigious ‘Cork Camogie’s Hall of Fame’ award and look forward to another exciting selection process. Bord Gáis Networks is a committed and dynamic sponsor and we appreciate their innovative approach in supporting camogie at all levels’.
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