Shane Lowry with the new Clara GAA jersey sponsored by his Tullamore bar, Old Warehouse.

Shane Lowry's pub sponsors Clara GAA's "stunning" new jersey

Clara GAA club has announced that its "stunning" new jerseys are being sponsored by Old Warehouse, the Tullamore bar owned by Shane Lowry and his business partner Alan Clancy.

In addition to this, the club unveiled a new collaboration with the Irish autism charity, 'As I Am'.

Yesterday (Thursday), Clara GAA shared photos of Shane Lowry, who is the club president, modelling its new 'Old Warehouse' branded lilywhite shirt.

"Today marks a momentous occasion for our club as we unveil not only our stunning new jerseys but also a groundbreaking partnership that not only strengthens our GAA club but also uplifts our community in profound ways," the club stated.

"We're delighted to introduce ‘The Old Warehouse’ as our esteemed sponsor & club patron alongside a collaborative effort with ‘As I Am’, Ireland’s autism charity."

The club said its collaboration with 'As I Am' would involve "joint initiatives and programmes" to help create "a more understanding and supportive environment for individuals and families affected by additional needs".

"We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Club President Shane Lowry and his business partner Alan Clancy from ‘The Old Warehouse’ for their visionary support, and to ‘As I Am’ for their invaluable partnership.

"Together, we are poised to make a tangible difference, both on and off the field," the club stated.

In addition, Clara GAA this week launched its 'From the Green to McLean' community fundraiser which is coming up on the May Bank Holiday weekend.

Between May 3 and 5, people are being asked to take part by running or walking in an effort to collectively cover the distance between the Green in Clara and McLean Avenue in New York.

Sponsorship raised through the initiative will go towards the continuing development of its facilities at Pairc Phroinsias. More details are available here.