EI Electronics to Sponsor Treaty Women


TREATY United have announced that EI Electronics will be the main sponsor of the senior women’s side for the second consecutive year. The team will compete in the Women’s National League for the second year following their debut in 2021

EI Electronics began sponsoring Niall Connolly’s outfit in 2020 and the club announced the renewal of the partnership on their official Twitter page this afternoon.

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Chairman Conn Murray spoke passionately about the partnership with EI following the announcement.

“Reflecting on the year past and looking forward Chairperson Conn Murray said “I’m thrilled as chairman of Treaty
United to renew our partnership with EI Electronics for the 2021 season, their sponsorship of the women’s game in
the Mid-West has been key to increasing participation and the wider promotion of the women’s game.

I wish to
sincerely thank EI Electronics for their enormous community development support and we look forward at Treaty
United to working with them throughout the season”

EI Electronics CEO Mick Guinee was delighted to renew the sponsorship arrangement with Treaty.

“Ei is pleased to support the Treaty United Senior Ladies Team again this season. As a Company, we take our Corporate and Social Responsibility very seriously and prioritise the development of our Community and Region. We believe that our commitment to Treaty United will help to build and sustain senior soccer in the Mid-West Region for many years to come.”

Treaty manager Niall Connolly has continued preparing the squad over the last three weeks as they prepare for the opening league game against Bohemians on Saturday, March 27th.

Emma Costello, Michaela Mitchell and Cara Griffin have all re-signed for the club in the last four days and the team begin their pre-season schedule with a game against Cork City in Charleville on Saturday with the game being played behind closed doors.

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