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Dundalk Credit Union Sponsor Dundalk School Boys League
June 2021 – As part of Dundalk Credit Union’s ongoing commitment to grass roots youth sports and community development, they are delighted to announce a three-year sponsorship agreement with the Dundalk School Boys League.
This agreement will see the Dundalk School Boys League, an established and integral part of sports development within our wider community, renamed The Dundalk Credit Union School Boys League. The League draws talent from across Co Louth and manages league and cup competitions for teams from fifteen affiliated clubs in age groups from Under 12 to Under 18 years and by organising representative teams from these age groups and entering them in suitable national and international competitions.
This new agreement will see the teams within The Dundalk Credit Union School Boys League fitted out with new playing kits across all age groups and in addition, offers The Dundalk Credit Union School Boys League an opportunity and avenue to further strengthen and grow their strategic plans for The League into the future.
Billy Doyle, CEO Dundalk Credit Union said “The Dundalk School Boys League was established in 1927 in response to a local community need, similar to that of Dundalk Credit Union and its founders in 1968. As organisations, we listened to, and answered the needs of our communities, and Dundalk Credit Union is very proud to work together with The League to showcase the importance of team, motivation and focus in success.”
Michael Dillon, Chairman, Dundalk School Boys League added “Dundalk Schoolboys League are delighted to be partnering with Dundalk Credit Union with this sponsorship agreement. The support provided by the Credit Union through this sponsorship will underpin the activities of the League going forward. This agreement will provide capital for facility improvement and maintenance and for the purchase of equipment and kit. With this sponsorship agreement Dundalk Credit Union has shown its commitment to grassroots football in the area and, once again, the value it provides as a community based Financial Institution that supports many and varied community groups and activities.”