The winners of the 2019 MacNamee Awards have been confirmed by the GAA.
The GAA National Communication and Media Awards are named after the late Pádraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission (1969-1971) and member of the RTÉ authority.
They are presented annually in recognition of outstanding contributions made by individuals and Association units in the area of media and communications.
The GAA President offered his congratulations to this year’s winners. He said:
“The power of communication and the need to be able to tell the GAA’s story and reflect all that is great and good about the Association has never been more critical than it is now. It is against this backdrop that we single out some exceptional examples of this craft.”
“I want to congratulate all of the winners and also thank them for the work they do to help us to promote our games.”
2019 Best Programme GAA – Meath Senior Football Championship Final Programme
Meath win the 2019 Best GAA Programme category at the GAA National Communication and Media Awards.
There was a definite purpose behind the planning, styling, make-up and production of this programme. Extending to 130 pages, the contents are plentiful, easy to find and to read. It is refreshing that so much of the editorial, statistics and imagery relate directly to the fixtures, yet some space was found to promote other aspects of GAA games development.
The clear, light-touch approach to graphic design and layout gives a clean space to display the varied contents. A wonderful memento and terrific value for every Meath Gael.
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