Cork football championships to be sponsored by Bons Secours Hospital
It's been confirmed that Bons Secours Hospital Cork will be the title sponsors of the 2020 Cork football championships.
The announcement was made at Páirc uí Chaoimh yesterday, ahead of the commencement of the championships this weekend with 26 games down for decision.
Commenting on the launch, hospital manager Harry Canning said, “I am delighted to launch the inaugural Bons Secours Cork sponsorship of Cork GAA’s football club championships.
"Bon Secours continue to display a commitment to the GAA throughout a variety of partnerships and we are delighted, here in Cork to be part of this unique and exciting championship.”
County Chairperson, Tracey Kennedy, said, “We are absolutely thrilled that Bons Secours Cork are joining us on this journey.
"The Bons Secours hospital has played a huge role in Cork life for many decades now, and it is truly fitting that two such strong Cork brands are coming together in this new partnership, especially this year as we launch our revamped county championship structure.
"My sincere thanks to everyone who made this happen, and especially to our new partners, Bons Secours Hospital Cork.”
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