We're delighted to announce that we have added several new branches to our Portfolio in a major expansion.
The new shops are located in Co. Down, with two branches in Newcastle, as well as shops in Castlewellan, Ballynahinch, Dundrum and Kilkeel.
These are in addition to our recent acquisition of new branches in Doagh, Bangor, Kircubbin and Ballywalter.
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We are very pleased to announce that we have agreed a deal with the NADAFL to sponsor the Harry Clarke Cup for the 2015/16 season, a move that will see the competition re-branded as the Toals Harry Clarke Cup.
The deal includes an extension option at the end of the season to sponsor both the Harry Clarke and Bobby Dalzell cups for the 2016/17 season.
As the primary sponsors of Irish league champions Crusaders & the County Antrim FA and their four associated competitions, this sponsorship deal further adds to our continuing support for the local game throughout all levels across Northern Ireland.
View the official press release here: http://bit.ly/1QbTQK2
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We're delighted to announce that we have agreed an two-year extension to our current sponsorship deal with league champions Crusaders.
The extension begins at the end of the current season and will see Toals remain as the Club's main sponsor through the 2017/18 season.
Director Lauren Toal said "Toals Bookmakers and Crusaders are both at the top of their games right now and we both look forward to further success in the seasons ahead."
If you need to contact a particular Toals office, you can find all contact information for them on the shop locator page.
Congrats to Linfield's Aaron Burns who was named Toals Man of the Match after scoring twice in their 3-1 extra time win over Cliftonville in the Toals Senior Shield. Aaron was presented with his award after the match by Emmet McEvoy of Toals.
Congrats to Albert Foundry's Paul Young who was named Toals Man of the Match in the first Toals Steel & Sons Cup semi-final at Seaview last night. Paul scored twice in a cracking 4-3 win over PSNI and was presented with his award after the match by Emmet McEvoy of Toals.