GCA looks to new frontiers with a key recruit

1 October 2015
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eFrontiers Directors Brenda Carrol and Vincent Blake with Philip McGillycuddy of the GCA

eFrontiers Directors Brendan Carroll and Vincent Blake with Philip McGillycuddy of the GCA

As Wicklow GAA, through it’s Garden County Academy (GCA) programme, embarks on an ambitious underage development programme it is fitting to see that their u16 squad will wear new jerseys bearing the e-Frontiers logo. This follows the signing of a sponsorship deal with the IT and Business Recruitment Specialist company e-Frontiers which  is a market leader in delivering permanent and contract resources across all industries. It is headquartered in Dublin with operations in Madrid, London and Bucharest.

e-Frontiers has very close associations with the GAA. The company is the current sponsor of the famous Tipperary club, Thurles Sarsfields. Brendan Carroll, Managing Director is a former Tipperary and Thurles Sarsfields player and fellow Director Vincent Blake has been actively involved in Wicklow and Shillelagh GAA.

Welcoming the sponsorship deal, GCA spokesman Philip McGillycuddy said that he was delighted with the arrangement. ”We’re delighted and are really grateful to e-Frontiers for agreeing to sponsor the squad. I hope that the association with the GCA will be of great benefit to e-Frontiers”.

Commenting on the arrangement, e-Frontiers Director, Vincent Blake indicated that the deal was something he hoped would assist two teams with serious ambition. “I am delighted to bring this sponsorship deal to Wicklow GAA which has been a big part of my life. While we are investing in it with a commercial eye, it is also great to be putting something back into the GAA. With the GCA, the emphasis is on managing potential, managing talent and trying to generate something better – something e-Frontiers is all about too,” he said.

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