Once again Service Matters have come on board to help the Roscommon Ploughing Team get ready for the National Ploughing Championships, being held this year in Ballintrane, Fenagh, County Carlow from September 17th to 19th.
Vincent Collins, Managing Director, Service Matters states,
“The Roscommon Ploughing Team receiving their new Jackets from Service Matters for the 2019 National Ploughing Championships.”
Service Matters is headquartered in Roscommon and employs over 90 people across Ireland. Specialists in workwear and hygiene rental, Service Matters can do branded garments for any requirements.
John Hanley, PRO of Roscommon Ploughing Association adds,
“We are thrilled to be associated with Service Matters again this year for our team outfits for this year’s Ploughing. It is great to have the support of local business as we represent Roscommon on the national stage. This year our competing team is as follows:
3 Furrow Conventional Plough Class Senior Grade – Paddy Beirne
Senior Horse Plough Class – James Coffey
Special Horse Plough Class – James Coffey
Under-40 Horse Plough Class – Keith Broderick
Junior Conventional Plough Class – Paddy Finnegan
Junior Conventional Plough Class – Noel Moran
National Novice Conventional Plough Class – Jarlath Hughes
Farmerette Conventional Plough Class – Pauline Lavin
Junior Conventional Plough Class – John Hanley
Pictured: The Roscommon Ploughing Team receiving their new Jackets from Service Matters for the 2019 National Ploughing Championships.