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first_imgLast year’s camps were attended by a record 142,000 boys and girls between the ages of six and 12, equating to roughly one in four children in Ireland. Kellogg’s and the GAA have agreed to extend their Cúl Camps partnership for a further three years. Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan, left, with Ruth Hughes, Commercial Director, Kellogg’s, at Croke Park, in Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile center_img The camps, which take place across all 32 counties during July and August, help youngsters learn GAA skills and play the national games in a safe and enjoyable environment with qualified coaches.A number of top inter-county footballers and hurlers have played an active role in the camps in the past and both the GAA and Kellogg’s are looking forward to another bumper year in 2018.GAA President John Horan said:”Our partnership with Kellogg’s has been a resounding success helping to take attendance figures at our Cúl Camps to unprecedented levels last year.“In seven years working together we have helped bring the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps into every home in the country boosting underage and youth participation which is one of our top priorities.“We are delighted with confirmation of the sponsorship extension and I look forward to seeing the camps continuing to go from strength to strength.”Kellogg’s has sponsored Cúl Camps since 2011, with this new deal representing an undisclosed seven-figure sum. The Cúl Camps partnership comes backed by extensive marketing and promotional support from the cereal giant, with the camps featuring on special packs of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies.Ruth Hughes, head of Kellogg’s in Ireland, said: “At Kellogg’s we are delighted to continue supporting GAA Cúl Camps and I am thrilled to see participation levels continue to rise. We support the GAA Cúl Camps because we passionately believe in getting kids out and active and, just like the GAA, we like to think Kellogg’s is at the heart of Irish communities.”Kellogg’s cereals have been available in Ireland since 1924. Today the cereal market in Ireland is worth €170 million annually, with Kellogg’s holding a 40 per cent share. The top selling Kellogg’s cereal in Ireland is Corn Flakes.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Galway Unchanged, Two Switches For Waterford, Three Changes For Mayo, One for Armagh –…

first_imgGalway are unchanged from the side that beat Westmeath last time out, while Waterford boss Ciaran Curran has made two changes to his starting team, with Cora Murray and Brigita Valuntaite coming in for Aisling Mullaney and Mairead Wall. This game is Live on the Spórt TG4 YouTube page, andcan be accessed at the following link: https://bit.ly/2PRgom8Mayo boss Peter Leahy has made three changes in personnel for their quarter-final clash with Armagh. (Live on TG4, 1pm). After getting past the challenge of Donegal toqualify for the last eight, Leahy has handed starts to Kathryn Sullivan, EmmaNeedham and Maria Reilly for this one, with Róisín Flynn, Dayna Finn and FionaDoherty dropping out of the team that started last time out. Mayo, the 2017 Finalists, have their sights set on asemi-final at Croke Park on August 25, with the winners of their tie withArmagh to face off against Galway or Waterford. Armagh have been forced to make a change to the teamthat accounted brilliantly for Cork in the group stages, a result that sent theOrchard County into the quarter-finals. Star forward Aimee Mackin was forced off athalf-time in that game, and she’s named on the bench for this one, with AveenDonaldson given the nod to start. The other senior clash taking place over the weekendis on Sunday, when Cavan and Westmeath battle it out in Kinnegad (3.45pm) in arelegation play-off clash. The winners of this one will play SeniorChampionship football again in 2020, with the losers to gain a second chance aweek later against Monaghan. Cavan have replaced Elaine Walsh with Róisín Reillybetween the sticks, while Joanne Moore gets the nod ahead of Aisling Gilsenan,as manager James Daly makes two changes in personnel from the side that startedagainst Cork in the group stages. Cavan survived relegation last year after seeing offTipperary in a must-win encounter, while opponents Westmeath make one change tothe team that narrowly lost out to Kerry, with Nicole Feery named atleft-half-forward ahead of Annie Dolan. There are also two Intermediate Championshiprelegation fixtures on Sunday, with the losers of Limerick v Laois and Wicklowv Leitrim to play in the Junior grade next year. And in this year’s Junior competition, theAll-Ireland semi-final pairings will be confirmed over the weekend, with thefinal group games between London and Carlow, and Fermanagh and Derry, down fordecision. Galway (v Waterford): L Murphy; N Ward, S Burke, F Cooney; O Murphy, B Hannon, C Cooney; L Ward, Á McDonagh; O Divilly, M Glynn, M Seoighe; T Leonard, S Conneally, R Leonard. Waterford (v Galway): R Landers; C Murray, CMcGrath, Kate McGrath; R Tobin, Karen McGrath, E Murray; K Murray, C Fennell; AWall, K Hogan, B Valuntaite; E Fennell, M Ryan, M Delahunty. Armagh (v Mayo): A Carr; S Marley, C McCambridge, CMorgan; M Sheridan, N Marley, C McKenna; T Grimes, C O’Hanlon; M Moriarty, KMallon, C Marley; A Donaldson, B Mackin, A McCoy. Mayo (v Armagh): A Tarpey; N O’Malley, D Caldwell, ÉRoynane, K Sullivan, Ciara McManamon, C Whyte; Clodagh McManamon, E Needham; SCafferky, M Reilly, N Kelly; S Rowe, R Kearns, G Kelly. Cavan (v Westmeath): R O’Reilly; J Moore, R Doonan,S Reilly; S Greene, M Sheridan, S Lynch; N Byrd, S O’Sullivan; L McVitty, DEnglish, C Finnegan; A Maguire, A Sheridan, L Fitzpatrick. Westmeath (v Cavan): L McCormack; R Dillon, JRogers, L Power; K Boyce-Jordan, K McDermott, F Coyle; J Maher, M.A. Foley; SDolan, A Jones, N Feery; L Slevin, F Claffey, V Carr. Limerick (v Laois): R McGuinness; R Daly, AHartigan, K Reidy; C Sheehy, N Ryan, C Mee; L Hanley, C Ní Cheallaigh; KHeelan, R Ambrose, I Kenneally; O Giltenane, M Kavanagh, E Ryan. Laois (v Limerick): A Hyland Conlon; M Young, JMoore, A Kelly; L Nerney, C Dunne, M Cotter; A Halberlin, E Healy; C Simms, AKeogh, E Fitzpatrick; E Lawlor, S Costello, M Nerney. Leitrim (v Wicklow): M Monahan; E Shanley, LMaguire, K Connolly; S O’Rourke, A Heslin, A Quinn; E O’Dowd, L O’Dowd; EKelly, M Heslin, C LaGuen; C Owens, V Egan, C McGovern. Wicklow (v Leitrim): K Connors; A Byrne, S.J.Winders, A Gillen; L Fusciardi, A Maher, T Dowling Costello; A Gorman, J Kinch;J Nolan Byrne, S Delahunt, M Deeney; M Kealy, L Hogan, A Murphy. London (v Carlow): C O’Reilly; N Walsh, R Hunt, NMulholland; C Twohig, N Lister, S Roche; N Daly, K Canavan; C O’Sullivan, HNoonan, C McCarthy; C McGahan, A Kilkelly, C O’Brien.  Carlow (v London): N Hanley; A Dowling, FO’Sullivan, L Mullins; E Atkinson, A Roche, K Clarke; C Mullins, E Hayden; MKinsella, R Byrne, N Forde; R Sawyer, C Ní Shé. Fermanagh (v Derry): R Gleeson; A Maguire, A Murphy,Á McGovern; M McGloin, C Murphy, S McQuaid; R O’Reilly, A Flanagan; J Doonan, LMaguire, D Maguire; A O’Brien, E Smyth, B Bogue. Derry (v Fermanagh): K Connery; N Browne, A McGough,A Frizelle; G Conway, N Nugent, D Kivlehan; A Laverty, C McGurk; Emma Doherty,C Moore, C Holly; Erin Doherty, D Connelly, D McNicholl.  print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email ALL Four All-Ireland Quarter Finalists have named their teams for the games tomorrow in Glennon Brothers Pearse Park. Compiled by Jackie Cahilllast_img read more