As part of the inaugural Electric Ireland Minor GAA Star Awards, Electric Ireland linked up with All Star legends and minor ambassadors Oisín McConville and Dónal Óg Cusack as well as current minor players Michael Conroy of Roscommon and Kevin Desmond of Dublin, and their Mammies to see just how well they know each other. The GAA Mammies and sons are asked questions … [Read more...] about Electric Ireland Discover How Well These Major “GAA Mammies” and Sons Know Each Other!
Thanks to Electric Ireland GAA clubs nationwide are set to make substantial savings on their energy spend as part of the new GAA Purchase Power deal. Ireland’s leading energy supplier and proud sponsor of the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championships, Electric Ireland have promised to put more Euros in pockets and free up money for clubs to invest in other areas by offering very … [Read more...] about GAA Clubs Set to Save More with Electric Ireland Purchase Power Deal
Electric Ireland is delighted to announce that visitors to the Electric Ireland tent at the 2016 National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, will have the opportunity to meet and get their picture taken with some of our Irish Olympians. Between Tuesday 20th and Thursday 22nd September, Electric Ireland will be joined by silver medallist rowers Gary and Paul … [Read more...] about Meet Irish Olympic Stars with Electric Ireland at The National Ploughing Championships
Sport has the power to change lives. With over 1.7 million people actively participating in sport each week, its role in Irish society cannot be undervalued. The physical and mental benefits of playing sport from a young age are extensive, with individuals developing personal skills and qualities that are then carried in to all facets of adulthood. As a teenager, the … [Read more...] about Sport Makes Major Impact on Life of a Teen “There’s nothing minor about playing Minor”
11,239 athletes from an estimated world population of 7.4 billion are currently converging on Rio to compete in the 311 events that make up the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. However, research has found that few Irish people (14%) are aware of just how difficult it is to become an Olympian with only a fraction of the world’s population (0.0001%) ever earning the right to represent … [Read more...] about Few Irish people realise just how hard it is to become an Olympian