PwC has further enhanced its sponsorship of the PwC All-Stars with the development of a new app dedicated to the awards which was officially launched by GAA President John Horan and the latest PwC All Stars Monthly Award winners Jack McCaffrey, Kyle Hayes and Aaron Gillane.
The App will allow GAA fans and the Gaelic games media to keep right up to date with all the latest All-Stars related news while also providing a comprehensive archive of all All-Stars teams from the awards’ inception in 1971.
It will be available to download later this week from the App Store and Google Play Store.
There will be an opportunity for fans to choose their PwC All-Stars selection in hurling and football and compare their teams with their friends’ selections and the official Award winners.
“The run up to the PwC All-Stars’ Awards ceremony is a time for great debate amongst GAA fans,” said Enda McDonagh, Partner and Head of Assurance in PwC Ireland.
“Who will make the team? Who will pick up the coveted PwC Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards? We hope the PwC All-Stars’ App will add to the debate and also allow fans look back on the legends who graced the teams in years gone by.”
“This is another sign of PwC’s commitment to making the PwC All-Stars a central part of the GAA calendar, added GAA President John Horan.
“Since coming on board as sponsor they have made every effort to make a positive difference and make the awards the best they can be.”
“To have all the teams from down through the years at our fingertips is an invaluable archive and I’m sure it will prove to be hugely popular among GAA fans.”
“Huge congratulations to Jack and Kyle for winning the last player of the month award this year,” said Seamus Hickey representing the Gaelic Players Association.
“To win the final award of the year is a special achievement that adds to the already stellar success both have enjoyed this year. It’s been a fantastic season of football and hurling for both Dublin and Limerick and these two lads were immense in the closing stages of the Championship.”
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