Meath GAA has announced that a member of their public relations team has “accepted responsibility” for posting an offensive tweet aimed at the facilities in Down’s Ballycran. Meath made an announcement on their website today stating that an individual has taken responsibility.
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Hard to believe @MeathGAA would make a comment like that about fellow Gaels…maybe if they knew some of their history about the clubhouse in Ballycran it would suit them better….we had to play Meath last year in Trim on a heavy pitch AFTER a club football game..kettle and pot! pic.twitter.com/R2jjZ2j2qw
— Ronan Sheehan (@newryhurler1) February 5, 2023
Following an investigation in relation to an offensive tweet posted on the Meath GAA Twitter account, a member of the Public Relations team has this morning accepted responsibility for posting the tweet.
Coiste na Mí C.L.G. can confirm that this person is no longer a member of the Public Relations team.
We apologise once again for the offence caused by the tweet.
Brían Ó Ceallaigh,
Oifigeach Caidrimh Phoiblí na Mí C.L.G.