Updated: February 22nd, 2022

Derry GAA announce Player Development Partnership with Centum Engineering

Derry GAA are excited to announce that they have entered an agreement with local employer Centum (centum.ie), which sees the company become official partners of the county’s Player Academy Programmes in hurling and football.

On the new partnership between Centum Engineering and Derry GAA, Derry GAA chairman John Keenan commented:

“We are delighted to have a successful, growing, locally-based company like Centum on board as official partners. Centum’s support is a massive boost to our goal of providing the best possible environment for our young players to develop, which will benefit them, their clubs and the county.” 

Centum’s Ciaron Brady, Amy Cassidy, Orla Wilkinson and Callan Doherty join with Derry GAA chairman John Keenan at the launch of the new Player Academy Programme Partnership.

Ciaron Brady, Head of Civils and Infrastructure at Centum reaffirmed Johns comments by adding:

“We are absolutely delighted to be sponsoring Derry GAA and to continue our strong relationship in Derry, across Ireland and in Europe with our exciting new partnership with Derry GAA”, 

Ciaron continued “Centum, as an established and growing major Irish employer – and our business owner, are very keen to support Derry and the indeed GAA in any we can. 

We are very proud of this partnership and very much forward to becoming an integral part of the fabric and employment in Derry and all across Ireland”. We look forward to many years of a new and exciting partnership.

Derry U16 Academy players Michael Walls (Ballinascreen) and Oisin Doherty (Newbridge) with the new playing kit sponsored by Centum Engineering.

Centum Engineering specialises in supplying skilled manpower to Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering clients. Providing them with tailored and specialist solutions for a host of different projects across the UK, Ireland and Europe.