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John West financial boost for four GAA clubs
Sharing File memories has meant a funding boost for four GAA clubs, despite the John West File na ng and File na nGael competitions not taking place this year due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Boys and girls under-14 teams from all over Ireland who were gearing up for this years John West File competitions were asked to create a My File Memories video to win 1,000 for their club, courtesy of John West.
Although the competitions cannot take place in 2020, sponsors John West are committed to honouring their commitment to the competition to enable teams to prepare for the 2021 events.
The winning clubs are: Kiltale Hurling and Camogie Club, Co Meath hurling, Westport Camogie Club, Co Mayo camogie, Brickey Rangers, Co Waterford boys gaelic football, Blessington LGFA, Co Wicklow girls football.
The 2020 John West File na nGael hurling and camogie finals were due to take place across Dublin, Kildare and Meath in June, with the John West File na ng football finals scheduled for Donegal, Derry and Tyrone.
The cancellation of the 2020 John West File came as big disappointment to hundreds of young footballers, hurlers and camogie players all over Ireland, but safety must always come first, said Lucy Gratton of natural protein experts John West.
The John West File will be back stronger than ever next year, promoting the philosophy that every player should participate at a level fitting with their age, skills and strengths as well as allowing clubs to play against and foster links with teams in other counties and provinces.
Creating and sharing special memories is a very important part of the John West File experience and we are grateful to all the clubs which used the Teamer app to share videos which highlighted this.
O'Donovan Rossa GAC players with the 2018 John West File Peil na ng Boys Division 1 Cup after their victory over Burren GAC.
Throughout its sponsorship of the John West File competitions, John West has focused on encouraging children to participate in Gaelic Games while emphasising the importance natural protein plays in fuelling a young athlete.
To keep underage players sharp without competition, inter-county stars and John West File Ambassadors, Dan Morrissey, Limerick hurling; Sarah Dervan, Galway camogie; Michael Murphy, Donegal gaelic football and Niamh Collins, Dublin ladies football have each recorded coaching videos for the John West Ireland Facebook page.
As a young 13-year-old club, John West File na nGael has been one of the most important factors in our development, said Sinead Muldoon of Westport Camogie Club.
This is brilliant news for us and our John West File na nGael memories of the fun, friendship, competition and success we have shared will always be a special part of our club.
According to GAA Sponsorship and Commercial Manager, Diarmaid Murphy, John Wests continued support of the File competitions shows how its relationship with the competition is very much a partnership as opposed to just a sponsorship.