Tara Hill National School, Gorey, Co. Wexford wins €50,000 Aldi Play Rugby Sticker competition!
Aldi announces winners of €200,000 primary school sticker competition!
Pictured above: Patricia Sadlier (Principal) and Aoife Sunderland (PE Co-ordinator) with Béibhinn Holmes, Saul Bobrov, Evie Gregan, Seán Browne, Mikey Kinsella and Niamh Cruise, all Senior Infant pupils at Tara Hill National School.
1,093 entries received from primary schools across the country, Tara Hill National School, Gorey, Co. Wexford and Scoil Naomh Bríd, Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow announced as the winners of €50,000 each to help upgrade their school’s sports facilities. To date, Aldi has awarded over €500,000 to participating schools as part of #AldiPlayRugby
On Monday November 9th Aldi and the IRFU announced the two winning primary schools of the hugely successful Aldi Play Rugby sticker competition, which ran earlier this year. Despite schools being closed, and the promotion put on hold for a few months, a fantastic number of schools entered this year, once again highlighting Aldi Ireland’s ongoing commitment to local communities across the country.
The competition, now in its third year gave every primary school in the country the opportunity of winning one of two €50,000 sports facility makeovers by collecting Aldi Play Rugby stickers. Shoppers could collect 1 sticker for every €30 spent in any of the 144 Aldi stores nationwide. After what has been a turbulent year across the country, this kind of prize for the winning schools couldn’t have come at a better time, with schools keen to keep sporting and wellbeing of children foremost in minds.
Congratulations to all involved!