The best of luck to all of our Sport for Business members that are up for a Spider Award at tonight’s ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Awards making them the longest-running digital awards programme in Ireland.

Aldi is shortlisted in the Best Customer Continuity Category.

The National Council for the Blind is in a number of categories including for Best Podcast.

Gaelsport and the National Lottery are going tap to tap for the best App.

“I’m absolutely thrilled that Gaelsport has been chosen as a finalist at The Spiders,” said founder and developer Jeremy Freeley.

“It has only been a 1-2 person operation to build and run the app so far, so to be in there with some massive companies is quite an honour.”

“My aim is to continue to keep building on what has been done so far, to provide a world-class app for fans of GAA, Ladies Football, and Camogie.”

Future Proof Media is up for Small Agency of the Year.

Sport Ireland and the Irish Wheelchair Association have been shortlisted in the Emerging Stronger category.

The IWA, AIG Ireland and Evoke provide stiff competition to each other in the Diversity in Digital award.

That’s a lot of talent to be recognised and hopefully, we will be able to bring news of multiple wins in tomorrow’s AM Bulletin.