Ballygowan and Energise Sport, part of Britvic Ireland, have renewed their partnership with Dublin GAA to remain as the official hydration partners of Dublin GAA in a new three-year deal. Pictured at today’s announcement were Elaine McCague, Britvic Ireland and Pat Gilroy, Dublin Senior Hurling Manager in Parnell Park, Dublin
Ireland’s leading bottled water brand Ballygowan and Energise Sport, part of Britvic Ireland, have today renewed their partnership with Dublin GAA to remain as the official hydration partners of Dublin GAA in a new three-year deal. The partnership will continue to see Ballygowan and Energise Sport support Dublin hurling and football teams across all age groups including U21 and senior.
Dublin GAA stars and management were on hand at the announcement to discuss Dublin’s prospects for the 2018 season ahead of the remaining fixtures of the Allianz National leagues. New Dublin hurling manager Pat Gilroy, current Dublin football manager Jim Gavin, Dublin GAA CEO, John Costello and Leonie Doyle, Marketing Director, Britvic Ireland were also in attendance.
Commenting on the sponsorship agreement, Tomás Quinn, Commercial & Marketing Manager, Dublin GAA said, “Dublin County Board is delighted to renew our partnership with Britvic Ireland’s Ballygowan and Energise Sport. Keeping players refreshed and hydrated is an integral part of achieving peak performance and we are delighted to be working with home grown Irish brands that are experts in hydration and performance. We are looking forward to continuing to develop our long-standing relationship with Britvic and I have no doubt our clubs and supporters will continue to support our partners Ballygowan and Energise Sport.”
Leonie Doyle, Marketing Director, Britvic Ireland, stated: “Dublin GAA is a perfect partner for both Ballygowan and Energise Sport. The passion, pride and ambition that drives Dublin GAA towards their remarkable achievements is an inspiration to us all. Collaborating with Dublin GAA gives us a great platform to promote the benefits of hydration* for everyone. We want to wish all the Dublin teams the best of luck for the season ahead”.