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  • 17-06-2019 7:48am
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    Registered Users Posts: 369 ✭✭ 1984baby


    One thing I noticed watching the highlights of the Dub vs Gal game last night was the fact the AIG pitchside advertising was still visible.
    At our 2 home games in Nowlan Park all of the local advertising pitchside was covered by GAA, Centra, Bord Gais and littlewoods signs. It was the same in Wexford Park on Saturday.
    In Parnell Park, the hurling sponsors were only behind the goals and a small bit in centre field, the rest was all AIG.


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 8,724 ✭✭✭ nice_guy80


    1984baby wrote: »
    One thing I noticed watching the highlights of the Dub vs Gal game last night was the fact the AIG pitchside advertising was still visible.
    At our 2 home games in Nowlan Park all of the local advertising pitchside was covered by GAA, Centra, Bord Gais and littlewoods signs. It was the same in Wexford Park on Saturday.
    In Parnell Park, the hurling sponsors were only behind the goals and a small bit in centre field, the rest was all AIG.

    agree. should have been covered up


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,959 ✭✭✭ rpurfield


    I think they only do it for live games. I've often seen it where the usual sponsors are left in place and the title sponsors are given a board each behind the goals for games that will only have highlights shown.


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