Glenisk secure O'Connor Park naming rights

January 18, 2023

O'Connor Park, Tullamore, the home of Offaly GAA. ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo.

Offaly GAA has struck another significant sponsorship deal with Glenisk in the form of the naming rights for O’Connor Park.

Already the Faithful County’s main sponsor since this time last year when they replaced long-time backers Carroll Meats in a lucrative five-year deal, the Killeigh-based organic dairy food company have now extended their sponsorship to the county ground subject to approval by Tullamore GAA who have a lease agreement in place with the county board.

Approval should be a mere formality after Tullamore GAA and Offaly GAA reached a settlement before Christmas after a two-year row over the lease terms for O’Connor Park. Bord na Mona previously held the naming rights before availing of an optout clause five years into a 10-year deal in 2021.

Addressing delegates at Monday night’s county board meeting, Offaly GAA chairman Michael Duignan also revealed that the Tullamore-based men's fashion retail store Galvin for Men are the new sleeve sponsors of all Offaly U20 and senior teams. The five-year partnership amounts to a six-figure sum.

The youth mental health organisation Jigsaw will remain on the sleeves of county minor and underage teams.

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