“Can We Build It??”


“Can We Build It??”


The GAA and Camogie clubs are pleased to update you on club infrastructure progress. Over the past week we have completed installation of a new spectator fence at the main pitch. This installation is a welcome improvement to pitch facilities , enhancing safety for players and spectators as well as providing improved professional look and feel to our home grounds.

Additional to above our club now has the ability to engage with local business sponsorship, indeed over 50 businesses have already signed up to pitch side sponsorship. Our “Help us Help You” promotion allows businesses to sign up for 4 year or 10 year support deals. For example, a single sign for 4 years costs just €1,000. Discounts are available for multiple signs or for longer term commitments. The customer is king, we help you design the sign, we manufacture the sign, and we install the sign. Once you sign up it’s completely hassle free.

We are so grateful to businesses and indeed local politicians who have already signed up. We seek to return their commitment to us by giving them pride of place for their sign are our facility, on our website and social platforms. Ultimately you get our custom and we get to invest in the health and future of our teams and our community.

With the fence now paid for, each new sign commitment will allow us to progress towards installation of dug outs and finishing the road surface entering the car park. We are even exploring the feasibility of installing some all-weather surfaces for winter training.

We are now asking all friends of our teams, supporters and sports enthusiasts to have a think about how you too can help our clubs which are at the heart of our community.

  • Do you work for or with a business that could partner with young Ireland’s?
  • Do you know or have influence with a business that would value our partnership?
  • Can you help sell the idea with us?

We have a lot done but if you can help in sign up of pitch side sponsors there’s more to be done.

To get more detail please visit our website sponsor page or contact any of the following:
Pat O’Neill, Charlie Carter, Eoghan Farrell, Michael Walsh, Christine Preston, Peter Carroll, Joanne Fitzgerald, Margaret Comerford, Niall Walsh, Michael Phelan.

“Ní neart go cur le chéile” – There is strength in unity.



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