Winmau retain Irish connection

By Editorial Staff 02/03/2021

With the emergence of Wille O Conner, Brandon Dolan, and Mickey Mansell over recent years, and now the fantastic prospect that is Keane Barry perhaps it's not a surprise that there is a keen (no pun intended) interest in Irish darts.

Winmau has announced a new three-year extended sponsorship agreement with the Irish National Darts Organisation (INDO).

As part of the agreement, Winmau will continue to be the brand at all INDO events with the Blade 5 as its official dartboard.

The agreement also sees Winmau work closely with the INDO as a supporter of the Killarney Darts Festival featuring the WDF Irish Open (WDF Gold event) and WDF HPR Irish Classic (WDF Silver event). The 2019 edition of this amazing event attracted over 500 participants across the men’s, women’s and youth.

“Like many other countries around the world, darts is increasingly popular in Ireland. Our mission is to nurture the incredible talent we have in Ireland and provide a platform for the sport. To have the world’s largest darts brand continue its partnership with the Indo is of course invaluable in so many different levels.

“We want to thank Winmau for their support and their pleasant cooperation,” says Kevin Devaney, General Secretary of the INDO.

Ian Flack, Winmau’s Sales, and Marketing Director added: “The INDO has been the rock around which Irish darts has been built for nearly 50 years. It’s a tremendous organization full of committed people who work tirelessly to encourage the game from grassroots to international standard. We’re looking forward to working with them over the next three years.” 

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Website https://www.indodarts.com/

Twitter https://twitter.com/OfficialINDO180

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IrishNationalDartsOrganisation/


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