Aisling Annacotty Announce Women's Sponsorship Deal

Aisling Annacotty have announced that local business Hogan McNamara Dowling Solicitors will be the main sponsors of Aisling Annacotty Women’s team for the new season. Keith Hogan, a partner in the firm, was present at the club’s grounds today to formalise the partnership.

The club announced the deal on their official Twitter and Facebook pages on Friday afternoon.

“Aisling Annacotty is delighted and proud to welcome Hogan McNamara Dowling Solicitors as main sponsors to Aisling Annacotty’s Women’s team.”

The club have entered teams in senior and junior Women’s leagues for many years and participation numbers have exceeded 100 this season in a welcoming development. Manager of the senior side John Kelly was delighted with the move.

“Our club is integral to the sustainable growth of the female game in the region and we are delighted that Hogan McNamara Dowling Solicitors, a local company, are supporting their local team.”

Aisling Annacotty are a club that are growing at a tremendous pace with the biggest underage system in the Limerick area and also possess four Limerick junior soccer teams operating in various divisions. Recently, the club opened a new community centre which was launched with the visit of Liverpool Legends in September. Furthermore, the new pitch was recently graced for the first time by the club’s U-15 side.

The club’s junior men’s first team are back in action tomorrow evening with the visit of Janesboro and we hope to bring live updates and post match reaction on the meeting.

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