Limerick National School wins €10,000 in Aldi Primary School Sticker Competition

first_imgALDI and the IRFU today announced the latest winners of the hugely successful Aldi Play Rugby sticker competition for primary schools, which ran from August – November last year.The competition gave every primary school in the country the chance of winning one of two €50,000 sports facility makeovers.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The two winners of the €50,000 prizes are:St Peter & Paul’s National School, Drumconrath, Navan, Co MeathSt Joseph’s National School, Leitrim Village, Co LeitrimThe competition this time around was bigger, because as well as two primary schools winning €50,000 to put towards upgrading their sports facilities, this time around, 10 runner up primary schools have each won €10,000 to also spend on improving their sports facilities.These schools are:Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál, Inchicore, Dublin 8Clondrohid National School, Macroom, Co. CorkGortnacart National School, Ardara, Co. DonegalSt. Fergus National School, Glin, Co. LimerickScoil na Cill Mhuire, Lissardagh, Co. CorkHansfield Educate Together National School, Dublin 15Gaelscoil Mhuscraí, Blarney, Co. CorkSt Brendan’s National School, Tuam, Co. GalwayOur Lady’s National School, Thurles, Co. TipperaryCloughanover National School, Headford, Co. GalwayIn addition to this, one lucky runner up school has won a training session with Aldi Play Rugby Ambassador, Paul O’Connell along with a new set of school jerseys. Every primary school that returned a fully completed poster, will receive an Aldi Play Rugby Kit.Due to the phenomenal success of the last two rounds of the competition, Aldi also announced that is has returned for 2020, and stickers are available in stores now. The competition is easy to enter and works by primary schools collecting 300 of Aldi’s exclusive Irish rugby men’s and women’s stickers for their primary school. Available in Aldi’s 140 Irish stores, shoppers collect one sticker for every €30 they spend in store until the 24th April.Participating primary schools add the stickers to the Aldi Play Rugby Poster and for every 300 stickers collected, are in with a chance of winning. Open to primary schools nationwide, teachers, coaches, parents and schoolchildren interested in taking part in the competition can learn more by visiting www.aldi.ie/playrugbyEach primary school that submitted a valid poster will receive an Aldi Play Rugby kit bag, which includes rugby balls, water bottles and water bottle holders per completed poster! Due to the phenomenal success of the campaign, Aldi will be sending out over X rugby balls and over X water bottles to primary schools across the country!Aldi Play Rugby Ambassador Paul O’Connell commented: “”As the Aldi Play Rugby Ambassador I’ve seen first-hand how the support Aldi has given, has grown the sport hugely in primary schools around the country during that time.“This sticker competition is just one of many initiatives Aldi and the IRFU have worked together successfully on, and I would encourage all primary schools around the country to take part. As the saying goes – ‘If you’re not in it, you can’t win it!’ Well done to the most recent winners, I have no doubt that these prizes will make a huge difference in the schools over the coming months and years.” he added. Twitter Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live TAGSaldiIRFUIrish RugbyKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Advertisement Print WhatsApp Linkedin Email Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival center_img Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleLimerick dog needed to star in an operaNext articleLimerick’s St Patrick’s Day Parade and International Band Championship are cancelled Meghann Scully WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live LimerickNewsLimerick National School wins €10,000 in Aldi Primary School Sticker CompetitionBy Meghann Scully – March 9, 2020 7505 Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more