Monthly Archives: December 2019

  1. Who will make it to Croke Park?

    Who will make it to Croke Park?
    This weekend saw the last provincial senior club champions crowned. Ballyboden St Enda’s fought off tough competition from Éire Óg to claim the Leinster senior club football title in O’Moore Park. The focus now shifts to the All-Ireland semi-finals stage where this year’s finalists will be decided.
  2. Jonesy’s X-Men Dubai Rugby 7’s Jersey

    Jonesy’s X-Men Dubai Rugby 7’s Jersey
    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.
  3. Canada GAA Announce Three-year Partnership with O’Neills Sportswear

    Canada GAA Announce Three-year Partnership with O’Neills Sportswear
    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.
  4. Provincial Champions are crowned

    Provincial Champions are crowned
    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.