The Iron Games: Soccer Report

  The second round of The Iron Games saw 10 teams – nine of which were from Irish construction firms and one representing the charity Haemochromatosis UK (HUK) – compete for the Iron Cup in soccer. The 7-a-side tournament took place at Allianz Park (Saracens) in London on a beautiful summery evening. Once again there was plenty of passion on (Read more…)

The Iron Games Returns for 2019. Gaelic Football Report

On Saturday 8 June, The Iron Games returned for 2019. The Iron Games are a four-part sporting tournament which see construction firms in the UK take part to raise awareness of iron overload, which is common among those of Irish descent. The games raise money for a 3 year Genetic Haemochromatosis Education programme, and have already brought in almost £200,000.  The (Read more…)

Media Release: The Iron Games – Golf. A Success Story.

Media release Fourth cup contested Friday 12 October 2018 marked the final leg of The Iron Games, the golf tournament, which took place at the Aldenham Golf and Country Club, Watford. Eleven construction companies, forming eight teams, came together to see who would win the final cup of The Iron Games. Previous segments of The Iron Games have included Gaelic (Read more…)

Media Release: The Iron Games – Hurling. Battle of the contractors continues.

Media release Third cup contested Eight teams went head to head, on Saturday 22nd September to see who would be crowned hurling champions in the third round of The Iron Games 2018. Sponsored by Toureen Group, The Iron Games bring together teams from eleven construction companies across the country to compete for four Iron Cups. The Tribesmen – consisting of (Read more…)

Media Release: Soccer sets up Iron Games for third round drama

Media Release Second Iron Cup Contested The Iron Games 2018 7-a-side soccer competition, one of four sports making up The Iron Games 2018, was completed on Friday evening (31 August). Pressure is on the competing teams – all put up by Irish family construction firms – to take home the four Iron Cups. Two remain up for grabs; for hurling (Read more…)