Top Oil extend Sponsorship with Connacht Rugby for another 3 years.
Connacht Rugby and Top Oil are delighted to announce that they have extended their partnership for a further three years. Top Oil will continue as the Official Fuel Supplier and Sponsors of the Connacht Junior and Senior Schools Cup Competitions.
Top Oil is an Irish owned company with deep roots in Connacht. The fuel company is now the leading supplier of home heating oil and motor fuels in Connacht, with a fleet of over 30 trucks and 45 retail sites across the region.
Speaking at the sponsorship announcement, Clíona Ní Mhurchú, Regional Sales Manager for Top Oil, said: “Top Oil is very proud to renew its sponsorship with Connacht Rugby during a very exciting time for rugby in the region. This partnership is a natural fit for us, as Connacht is a key region for our business and we are aware of the importance of sport in the local community. Over the past two years as official fuel sponsor, we have watched the Connacht Rugby team go from strength to strength in every game, and we are delighted to have been part of their journey so far. The drive, passion and ambition which has led to Connacht Rugby’s recent successes has also been inspirational to our own team at Top Oil.
“Our sponsorship of Connacht Schools Cup Competitions is also very important to Top Oil. This sponsorship gives us the opportunity to invest in the development of young talent at a grassroots level in Connacht.”
“Thar ceann gach duine in Top Oil, guím chuile rath ar Phat agus ar an bhfoireann ar fad don séasúr seo! Connachta abú!”
Brian Mahony, Head of Commercial & Marketing at Connacht Rugby added:
“We are delighted to extend our partnership with Top Oil who have been a fantastic partner over the past two years. “Top Oil’s partnership as Official Fuel Supplier and sponsor of our School’s Cup Competitions is helping us achieve our vision of ‘Grassroots to Green Shirts’.
“We are looking forward to further developing our partnership over the next three years and helping Top Oil achieve their business objectives both in Connacht and across the country.”