Bord Gáis in for the next three years

Bord Gáis will continue as sponsors of the All-Ireland U21 hurling championship for the next three years.

Outgoing chief executive John Mullins made the announcement at Saturday evening’s Bord Gáis Munster GAA awards in Killarney. Bord Gáis have backed the U21 competition since 2008. Cork native Mullins steps down from his position next week after five years.


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