Cork County Board is pleased to welcome Bons Secours Hospital Cork once again as the title sponsor of the 2022 county football championships. The 2022 season was launched on Tuesday 19th July 2022 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
The Bon Secours Cork County Football Championships will commence on Friday 22nd July, and never has the appetite for our games been so great. With almost thirty matches this weekend, the county championships offer a true festival of football, culminating in county finals in Páirc Uí Chaoimh later this autumn.
Commenting at the launch, Bon Secours Hospital Manager, Harry Canning said “I am delighted to continue the Bons Secours Cork sponsorship of Cork GAA’s football club championships for 2022. 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.”
“Our vision and values are closely aligned focused on sustainable growth and development delivered by exceptional people.”
“As ever, GAA clubs and supporters have made a huge contribution in their communities. I wish them all the very best for the 2022 championship.”
Vice County Chairperson, Pat Horgan, said, “We are delighted to launch another great Cork County Club Football championship. We thank all those involved in this years Club Football Championships, it promises to be a remarkable club season. Thanks to everyone who made this happen, and especially to Bons Secours Hospital Cork, who we are delighted to welcome back for a third year as our title sponsor.”
Also speaking at the launch Kevin O’Donovan, CEO Cork GAA commented,
“This year marks a new venture for Gaelic games across the county with the introduction of our first formulised split season, during which the club player is finally guaranteed their day in the sun. We look forward to an avalanche of football games in every corner of the county for the coming weeks and eagerly anticipate the return of our intercounty stars to their local clubs.”
Pictured: Kevin O'Donovan, Daniel Buckley, TJ Brosnan, Sinead O'Keeffe, Harry Canning, Ian Maguire, Brian Cronin, Pat Horgan