Mayo GAA teams up with Corduff Travel

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Mayo GAA has formalised its relationship with Corduff Travel, a long-time supplier to and sponsor of the county team. 

The travel partnership, agreed at a county board meeting, will see the specialist passenger company transport all Mayo GAA teams in the coming years. The formal partnership is to run initially for three years, subject to review at 12 months.

Founded in 1940 and headquartered in Rossport, Corduff Travel is a family-run travel company which employs over 70 people and provides a first-class service through a fleet of luxury coaches manned by experienced professional drivers.

“Corduff Travel are specialist operators which has a long association with Mayo GAA and we are delighted to have secured their services for the foreseeable future,” commented Mayo GAA chairperson Liam Moffatt.

Richie Cosgrove of Kiltane GAA Club commented: “It’s great to see a company from Erris supporting Mayo GAA and on behalf of Kiltane GAA Club, I wish both parties the best of luck in the years ahead.”

Mayo GAA has also announced that it fully supports Croke Park’s Green Clubs programme working with the National Transport Authority (NTA) and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) to develop a ‘Green Club Toolkit’ for transport and travel.

The scheme encourages club members to choose more sustainable transport options and to help each club’s younger players stay safe when walking or cycling to matches and training.

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