CELEBRATING A DECADE OF SUPPORTING TIR CHONAILL GAELS
14th June 2022
Powerday is proud to celebrate ten years of sponsoring the Gaelic Athletic Association club, Tir Chonaill Gaels.
Formed in 1962, Tir Chonaill Gaels is one of the most successful Gaelic football clubs in Britain, running 13 teams for juniors and seniors, men and women. We have sponsored and supported the Greenford based club, in the London Borough of Ealing, since 2012 and recently renewed our support until 2025.
As well as providing the grounds for Gaelic football games in London, the facility is a valuable hub for the community and a centre for the Gaelic Athletic Association in London. The club shares Powerday’s commitment to promoting health and wellbeing amongst players, supporters and the wider community.
Edward Crossan, Chief Executive Officer, Powerday says: “We are proud to have supported Tir Chonaill Gaels for the last decade and to have extended our support for another three years. Our longstanding sponsorship of the club is a key part of our work to improve the health and wellbeing of young Londoners, whilst ensuring this Irish amateur sport continues to thrive in the UK.”
Tom Mohan Tir Chonaill Gaels says: “Powerday’s support in us and the interest in our success is invaluable, enabling us to run a thriving club and promote Gaelic football in London. We are delighted to celebrate ten years of their sponsorship and to extend our partnership into the future”.
Powerday’s charitable activities are delivered by The Powerday Foundation which works to encourage participation and enjoyment of sport by as many young Londoners as possible, supporting a wide range of grass roots sports across London.
Powerday would like to wish Tir Chonaill Gaels a very happy 60th anniversary!
Powerday’s support in us and the interest in our success is invaluable, enabling us to run a thriving club and promote Gaelic football in London. We are delighted to celebrate ten years of their sponsorship and to extend our partnership into the future.
Tom Mohan, Tir Chonaill Gaels