Our Clients

Some of the great organisations we work with.  

Tipperary Ladies

Youth Work Ireland

Youth Work Ireland is the largest youth organisation in Ireland. We are made up of 20 Local Member Youth Services and a national office. We support our members to deliver an Integrated Youth Services Model to young people in their communities. This means that young people around Ireland can avail of a whole range of services and supports if and when they need them.

Carlow Rowing Club

Established in 1859, Carlow Rowing Club is a well known and respected feature of the Carlow community.


Founded in 1974, Ladies Gaelic Football is still recognised as one of the fastest growing female sports in Europe. With over 1000 clubs in Ireland and membership growing by the day, Ladies Gaelic is reaching women and girls from all over the country. Not stopping there however, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association has many overseas clubs, one of the latest additions coming from Cape Town in South Africa.

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association provides a social outlet and a healthy activity for thousands of people around the world. Starting with club football for primary schools girls, an individual can keep playing Ladies Gaelic for as long as she wants, especially now with our Gaelic4Mothers&Others initiative for those adults interested in recreational or non-competitive participation.


Since entering the Irish market in the year 2000 Lidl has been committed to delivering top quality products at the lowest possible prices.

Our vision is to make life better by providing quality food at market-leading value, ensuring customer satisfaction is at the heart of everything we do.


The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is Ireland’s largest sporting organisation. It is celebrated as one of the great amateur sporting associations in the world.

It is part of the Irish consciousness and plays an influential role in Irish society that extends far beyond the basic aim of promoting Gaelic games.

It was founded on November 1 1884 at a meeting in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, by a group of spirited Irishmen who had the foresight to realise the importance of establishing a national organisation to make athletics more accessible to the masses and to revive and nurture traditional,indigenous sports and pastimes. At that time, it was largely only the gentry and aristocracy who were allowed to meaningfully participate in athletics.

The K Club

The K Club, Straffan, Co. Kildare, W23 YX53, Ireland

Youth Sport Trust

The Youth Sport Trust is the UK’s leading charity improving every young person’s education and development through sport and play.
Working together, we empower young people to achieve their own personal best and equip educators to change lives.