The jewel in the crown of GAA club awards is back – and this year’s event is set to be even bigger and better than ever!
Once again, Gaelic Life has teamed up with one of the province’s most GAA-orientated companies to help deliver an awards process which does justice to the immense efforts of our players across all codes. Gaelic Life are delighted to announce that Armagh-based manufacturer and retailer theGAAstore.com will once again be the primary sponsors of the event, underlining not only their on-going support for the Club All Stars process but for grassroots GAA in Ulster. Speaking on the announcement, theGAAstore’s managing director Padraic McKeever expressed his delight that they would once again be involved in the All Star process and gala event.
He said: We have been unwavering in our support of the Ulster Clubs All Stars and we are proud to be in a position as we launch our new McKeever brand to once again link with Gaelic Life to help deliver this year’s bumper event’. We are blessed to have such a strong GAA community here in Ulster, a sense of pride and passion which is unrivalled. Many of those clubs do business with us, they are the bedrock of our business, and we are more than happy to throw our weight behind them through our ongoing sponsorship of these awards. Each year this event just gets bigger and better, and we are extremely proud to continue to play our part in what has now become one of the biggest events in the GAA calendar.”
A fantastic range of sponsors have come on board to partner with Gaelic Life to celebrate the achievement’s of Ulster Gaels at grassroots level. Sponsors include: Murphy’s Gaelic Gloves, the Hillgrove Hotel, Sally’s of Omagh, The Crosshill Gallery, Premier Sports, First Trust Bank, SCL Sales Ltd, Kelly’s Inn Garvaghy, Iwin’s Bakery, Ulster GAA, Ulster Ladies GFC and the Ulster Camogie Association.