O’NEILLS Sports in Walklinstown Avenue was the venue for today’s renewal of sponsorship for the Leinster Football Association where a two-year deal was completed.
In attendance was Cormac Farrell of O’Neills.com along with Leinster Football Association President Tony Martin who signed off on the deal with their signatures and the obligatory handshake.
By EAMON SCOTT
Said President Martin: “O’Neills have been brilliant sponsors for the game of association football and as President I’m indebted that this great Irish company has continued this longstanding commitment to the Leinster Football Association with this two year agreement.”
The sponsorship covers the O’Neills.com JUNIOR CUP, the O’Neills.com LFA JUNIOR SHIELD, the O’Neills.com LFA WOMEN’S JUNIOR CUP, the O’Neills.com LFA YOUTH CUP and the O’Neills’com LFA OVER 35 CUP.
The comprehensive stable of competitions was also welcomed by Peter Doyle, General Secretary of the Leinster Football Association. He said: “I want to personally thank Cormac Farrell and O’Neills for their continued support of the grassroots game here in Leinster.
“It adds significant prestige to all our competitions by having O’Neills as our kit providers and will ensure that all our finalists will be turned out in superbly designed kit that is made to such a high standard.”
Added Doyle: “O’Neills kit stands the test against all comers on a global stage and it gives significant employment in the immediate locality and I would encourage all clubs from leagues within Dublin and indeed the Leinster area to support Irish produced kit apparel by considering O’Neill as their brand of choice at all times.”
Said Cormac Farrel, Business and Marketing Manager of O’Neills.com : “O’Neills and the Leinster Football Association go back a number of years, and, after a challenging few years for the company we and back in full vogue and we’re delighted to renew the sponsorship with the Leinster Football Association and wish all the clubs under their jurisdiction the best of good fortune on and off the field of play.”