Supermac's have repeated their call for the Galway county board to reveal the findings of two reports into the finances in the county, insisting that "transparency and accountability are vital to confidence going forward".
That's according to this morning's Irish Independent.
In the second such statement within a week from the county's major sponsor, Supermac's insisted it had no interest in making policy decisions but stated that "while a cloud hangs over the organisation it has an effect on the competitiveness and success of our teams".
Last week's statement outlined how Supermacs has contributed over €1.5 million over a five-year period, and called for clarity in how that money was spent.
Supermacs has now re-iterated its call for a internal review of Galway GAA finances conducted by the GAA last year, and an independent audit by Mazars to be made public, and says it's "at a loss" as to why both reports had not been published.
The fast-food company also says complaints from parents, mentors and management teams were among the factors that prompted them to act.