GLAS Civil Engineering have stepped up and sponsored our Minor Boys Team, their logo appears on the new jersey you will see on the lads soon!
GLAS Civil Engineering were set up in 2013 by John Bradfield and Conor Culleton and since then have completed a wide range of works nationwide including Major Roads Projects, Embankment Stabilisations, Flood Defence Works, Marine Conservation plus Marine and other services. We would like to send our heartfelt thanks to John and Conor who have seen their way to sponsor the boys jerseys. As we all know these jerseys are hard wearing and will last a long time, their sponsorship will benefit so many young people into the future.
(Some of our Minor Boys with John Caffrey of GLAS Civil Engineering)
When you make the decision to sponsor a football team, a hurling team or a GAA Club you are not simply putting your logo on a jersey. You are investing in the very future of a community, the people within it and it’s positive progress. Sports clubs and in particular GAA clubs play a very valuable role in society and their importance should never be understated. Sponsorship allows St Colmcilles GAA Club in Meath to provide so many facilities to its members, their families and the wider community. As you witnessed in recent times, St Colmcilles was there for the wider community when things became difficult for people in the area and we will be there again in the future. At the moment our children are returning home happy from Graham Reilly’s GAA Camp which is a roaring success, our kids are healthy and fit, our pitches are in great condition and we look to the future with a positivity which belies the actual times we live in.
We are here because of hard volunteer work and sponsorship! Please contact the club if you want to become a part of this wonderful club.
Thank you to all our lads including our two mascots who were photographed on the day, some had to be coaxed in, others barged through the doors!!!
Best of luck with the rest of the seasons lads!!!
St Colmcilles GAA
Photography: Brian Mulligan