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In times of economic stress Dale Farm continue to support local sport and Queen's University GAA

Dale Farm have extended their kit sponsorship with Queen's University GAA for two years. Pictured are (l-r) Aidan McCluskey (Derry), Blaithín Bogue (Fermanagh), Aisling Bremner (Dale Farm Protein), Dearbháile Gallagher (Tyrone), Tiarnán Bogue (Fermanagh) Picture: Brendan Digney

LEADING dairy company Dale Farm has been announced a two-year extension to their kit sponsorship deal with Queen’s University men’s and women’s Gaelic football teams.

The sponsorship will also see the company continue to supply squads with Dale Farm Protein Milk, aiding athlete recovery following training and competition.

“We are extremely thankful to Dale Farm, an incredibly valued and long-term partner of Queen’s Sport, for their continued support,” said Queen’s Performance Sport Manager Aidan O’Rourke.

“After a difficult year because of the on-going Covid19 pandemic and the uncertainty that comes with that, the sponsorship commitment is a huge lift for our teams.”

On behalf of Dale Farm, Aisling Bremner said: “The Covid19 pandemic has brought grassroots and University sport to a standstill with some or no matches, and restrictions on training and development. With so many tough announcements this year, Dale Farm, a farmer-owned dairy business, is committed to continuing our support of grassroots sport which means so much to our local community through these times. It’s our pleasure to extend this partnership with Queen’s Sport and to be announcing some positive news.”

Dale Farm demonstrated its commitment to supporting local sport by extending its sponsorship of Queen’s GAA, as well as the Irish FA, Ulster GAA and Athletics NI.

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