• 27 September 2017

Waterman Moylan wins 16th annual Cosgrave charity football tournament

We are delighted that our Dublin team has won the 16th annual Cosgrave Development’s charity five-a-side football tournament.

This year’s tournament was held at the Railway Union, Sandymount, Dublin 4, where 15 teams from firms across the property sector raised over €8,000 in aid of Aware, a charity raising money for mental health support groups.

Our squad was ably captained by Mark Duignan and included Matteo Iannucci, Jamie Crampton, Bradley Warren, James Fegan, Jonny Martin and Richard Miles.

After winning five straight games and being awarded overall tournament winners, the team will now be the main sponsors for next year’s matches and will be able to designate a charity of their choice.

Mark Duignan, Senior Civil Engineer at Waterman Moylan, commented; “I am really proud of how well our team played and the determination they showed to take home this victory. Everyone had a great day raising money for this worthy cause and we look forward to working alongside Cosgrave for next year’s tournament.”

For further details on how you can donate, please visit the Aware website.

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