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Bubbles: “I felt a bit numb because I came down so hard”

The Killenaule man spoke with the media about his heavy fall against Cork, the league campaign, and kicking on for 2020.
Allianz Ireland today announced a five-year extension of its partnership with the GAA as title sponsor of the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues. The renewed agreement encompassing the 2025 season sees Allianz’ sponsorship of the competition span 33 years, making the insurance provider the longest committed supporter of the GAA.
Allianz is the largest insurer of schools in Ireland and, since 1993, Allianz has supported children in every county in Ireland to play Gaelic Games through their sponsorship of Allianz Cumann na mBunscol.
In January, Allianz launched a new GAA special offer where all GAA club members and supporters can avail of exclusive discounts on their Allianz home and motor insurance. Allianz will also make a donation to their local club when they purchase or renew a policy as part of the offer.

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