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CDC is the pre-eminent developer, owner and operator of sovereign, highly secure and connected large-scale data centres across Australia and New Zealand.
We provide the critical data and digital infrastructure that underpins security, social and economic wellbeing.
Together with our clients, we ensure that society always has access to the systems essential for progress.
With over 54,000 members and five thriving clubs not to mention over 50 affiliated sporting groups, there’s always lots happening in and around the Vikings community. Vikings Club premises feature comfortable and relaxing lounges, function facilities, modern gaming lounges and restaurants. We look forward to seeing you around the clubs
The first O’Neills size 5 footballs were produced in 1918 by Charles O’Neill & Co., a company founded from Charles’ family home on Dublin’s Capel Street. During the next 50 years, O’Neills became renowned as the manufacturer of footballs and hurling balls for Gaelic games.
In 1955, following the passing of his father, Paul O’Neill took stewardship of the company. His bold ambition saw the company venture into the textile industry and the manufacture of sporting apparel.
Through the expansion of facilities in Walkinstown and Strabane, acquisition of dye houses and investment in state-of-the-art knitting technologies, Paul’s vision of an entirely vertically integrated manufacturing operation has been realised. Today, each stage of the production process is overseen from the knitting of yarn through dyeing, cutting, sewing, printing and embroidery to produce high quality sport and leisurewear garments.
Over 100 years later, O’Neills is still producing the famous size 5 footballs and is still a 100% Irish owned company. From a staff of 3 in 1918, O’Neills has established itself as Ireland’s largest sportswear manufacturer, employing more than 900 people across Ireland, the UK, France, Australia and beyond. Our production experience, innovation and design, has been extended from Gaelic games to include Soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Boxing, Cricket and Athletics among a range of other sports.
Mission: To develop and implement the highest quality preventative maintenance programs and ensuring clients’ needs are met to the highest standards.
A complete cleaning solution: We will come and inspect your premises, identifying the efficiency of your specific equipment, establishing your hygiene requirements and providing you with a full report and quote for your consideration.
All work complies with ISO 22000:2018 and ISO 9001:2015 covering a risk management system based on the principals of HACCP for the provision of specialised cleaning services to the hospitality and food sectors.
Good Sports is successful in achieving results with its unique accreditation program, ongoing research and interaction with clubs. The three-level accreditation criteria define alcohol management standards for clubs that serve and consume alcohol. Clubs need to move through the levels over a period (max 5 years), maintaining all criteria from previous levels
The ACT Cricket Association began in 1922 as the Federal Territory Cricket Association and changed to the Federal Capital Territory Cricket Association in 1928. It wasn’t until 1940 that we became the Australian Capital Territory Cricket Association (ACTCA).