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Clare Camogie Announce New Sponsor

Pictured at the sponsorship unveiling (L-R):Fearghal Keane (Senior Recruitment Officer CareerWise Recruitment), Chloe Morey, Kate Lynch, Carol O'Leary and Joe Robbins (Clare Camogie Chairperson).

Pictured at the sponsorship unveiling (L-R):Fearghal Keane (Senior Recruitment Officer CareerWise Recruitment), Chloe Morey, Kate Lynch, Carol O’Leary and Joe Robbins (Clare Camogie Chairperson).

CareerWise Recruitment have been unveiled as the new sponsor of the Clare Senior Camogie team as part of a two year deal.

Clare Camogie Chairperson, Joe Robbins is head of the Shannon sector of CareerWise Recruitment. The company based in Ballycasey Business Park is committed to supporting the achievements of the team and is fully aligned with its strategic sponsorship requirements.

Speaking at Gurteen on Wednesday evening, Fearghal Keane, Senior Recruitment Consultant with CareerWise Recruitment remarked “I genuinely believe this could be a breakthrough year for Clare Camogie and I am personally delighted to present a set of jerseys sponsored by CareerWise Recruitment to a great bunch of committed and talented camogie players”.

Brenda Nicholson (Finance Manager CareerWise Recruitment) presents the cheque to Colm Honan (Senior Camogie manager)

Brenda Nicholson (Finance Manager CareerWise Recruitment) presents the cheque to Colm Honan (Senior Camogie manager)

Public Relations Officer with Clare Camogie, Brid MacNamara praised the announcement. “Clare Camogie is delighted with the sponsorship deal with CareerWise Recruitment, a company strongly recognised with connecting talent with opportunity, an ethos that we in Clare Camogie aspire to, on an on-going basis. In a time where finances are paramount to businesses, it is great that a leading nationwide business, with a base in Clare have come on board to support our senior team and Clare Camogie. We look forward to working with the team in CareerWise and thank them sincerely for their generous sponsorship”.

Patrons will get their first chance to see the Clare camogie team togged out in their new kit in their opening league match which takes place on February 21st in Cork against the Leesiders.

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About Páraic McMahon

A native of Newmarket-on-Fergus, Páraic McMahon is the Chief Sportswriter with The Clare Herald.

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