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Posted: January 22, 2020|
The 2019 Currency Fair Asian Gaelic Games took place in Kuala Lumpur from 8-10 November. GAA President John Horan and Asian County Board Chairperson John O'Sullivan give their verdict on the 2019 Games. Watch GAA.ie’s report from Kuala Lumpur here.
Posted: January 16, 2020|
Irish sportswear giants O’Neills have been unveiled as an official new sponsor of the world’s largest school rugby tournament, the Rosslyn Park HSBC National School Sevens, which will take place in London from 23rd-27th March 2020.
Posted: January 09, 2020
Have you ever wondered which jersey from Derry Girls jersey range by O'Neills would be perfect for you? Look no further. Take our quiz and find your perfect jersey.
Posted: December 04, 2019|
Jonesy’s X-Men play rugby for their teammate Davey Jones who passed away from MND. This year for the 50th anniversary of the Dubai Rugby 7’s, which takes place from 5-7 December, they designed a novelty Monkey training jersey with O’Neills to raise much needed funds for the UK MND Association and My Name'5 Doddie Foundation.
Posted: December 02, 2019|
Provincial Champions. A dream for many but achieved by few. This dreamed was made a reality for another bunch of players this weekend. Ballyhale Shamrock’s rose to victory, Nemo Rangers triumphed over Clonmel Commercials and it was third time lucky for Kilcoo.
Posted: December 02, 2019|Categories: GAA, Partnership Announcements
Canada GAA are thrilled to announce a three-year partnership agreement with Gaelic games equipment and apparel supplier O’Neills, ahead of the 2019 CGAA County Convention weekend. O’Neills are the largest sportswear manufacturing company in Ireland since being founded in 1918 and are a brand rich in heritage, with an extensive history in Gaelic sports.
Posted: November 14, 2019|Categories: Derry Girls
What about ye? Have you recovered yet after laughing so hard at the second series of Lisa McGee’s hit comedy Derry Girls? We know you were all lured when we released the one of a kind Derry Girls jerseys back in August and with your help, Derry Girls have gone global with our jerseys popping up all over the world. Where have they gone you ask? Let’s take a look.
Posted: October 24, 2019|
The local GAA club is often the centre of a community and plays host to a wide array of characters with some very different traits. From the players to supporters, and the backroom staff, every individual plays an important role in the club.
Posted: October 22, 2019|
The nib Newcastle Knights will break new ground next NRL season, with Irish sportswear giant O’Neills coming on board as the Club’s new Official Apparel Partner for 2020 and beyond.
Founded in 1918, O’Neills is a globally renowned manufacturer of team and leisurewear with an extensive history in Gaelic sports.
In recent decades, O’Neills has expanded its operations into other sports including Rugby League, and is currently the official provider to Super League outfits St Helens, Warrington and the Catalan Dragons, as well as linking with Super Rugby’s ACT Brumbies following their launch into the Australia and New Zealand markets in 2015.
Knights CEO Philip Gardner says O’Neills professional approach, manufacturing expertise and customer focus has set the partnership up for success.
“We are delighted to welcome O’Neills to the Newcastle Knights family,” Mr. Gardner said.“From the
Posted: October 22, 2019|
What’s better than two GAA matches on a Sunday? Twenty! Sunday was all about the club finals, with twenty being decided around the country. We saw gasping last-minute equalisers, early goals, unlikely comebacks, and resounding wins. One thing is for sure when a player pulls on their club jersey in a county final, they aim to pull out all stops to lift the silverware after the final whistle. Heartbreak, passion, prayers and powering to glory, this weekend had it all.
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Ballybofey played host to a tense affair between Naomh Conaill and reigning Ulster champions, Gaoth Dobhair. Points from Niall MacAoidh and Gavin MacGiolla Bhride gave the reigning Ulster champions Gaoth Dobhair a two-point lead coming down the home straight, but the Glenties men weren’t giving up that easy. A free from Eoghan McGettigan and an almighty kick from a 45 by Thompson sent the match to a replay next Sunday.