ONA Water Ireland, a sustainable drinking water solutions company based in Nenagh, has announced that it has become Official Hydration Partner of Munster Rugby.
The collaboration, which will run for four years, signals an innovative stride in the convergence of premium hydration technology and Munster’s sustainability objectives.
Speaking at the announcement of the partnership, Dave Kavanagh, Head of Commercial & Marketing for Munster Rugby, said: “Teaming up with ONA Water Ireland as an Official Hydration Partner is another significant step for Munster Rugby in reaching our carbon and plastic reduction goals and directly feeds into our overall sustainability strategy.
“Hydration is also integral to player training and performance and ONA Water’s solutions provide the perfect blend of innovation and practicality.”
Based in Nenagh, County Tipperary, ONA Water Ireland provides sustainable drinking water solutions for everyone, whether at home, work, or play.
Their expertise lies in filtered mains-fed drinking water systems, offering a comprehensive range from basic domestic taps to large-scale water dispensers.Dave Kavanagh, Head of Commercial & Marketing for Munster Rugby
This partnership will see ONA Water’s state-of-the-art water dispensers and tap systems installed at Munster Rugby facilities, including the High Performance Centre in UL, Musgrave Park and Thomond Park, providing staff and athletes with convenient access to refreshing and convenient drinking water options.
Business Development Manager of ONA Water Ireland, Mariena Cantwell, said: “We are honoured to collaborate with Munster Rugby as an Official Hydration Partner, which gives us a great opportunity to showcase our premium filtered drinking water solutions combined with real-time data monitoring, which aligns seamlessly with Munster Rugby’s sustainability goals.”Mariena Cantwell, Business Development Manager of ONA Water Ireland
The ONA Water and Munster Rugby partnership is a beacon of sustainability, adding to a significant reduction in use of single-use plastic bottles. Their shared commitment to eco-consciousness sets the stage for a new era in sports hydration, that is both athlete-centric and environmentally responsible.