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2018

The Call Up – Mascot

Company Boys and Girls
Client Three Ireland
  • Commended
    2 Film: TV, Cinema, Web - Web Film (over 60 seconds)
Other
Cian McDonagh
Editor
Juniper Callder
Post–Production Company
Screen Scene
Other
Paul Warde
Other
Piaras Mac Coinnaithe
Production Company
Pull The Trigger
Director
Stu Teehan
Other
Shaunagh Farrelly
Account Director
Pat Stephenson
Agency Producer
Sarah Chadwick
Copywriter
Eoin Conlon
Copywriter
Kris Clarkin
Other
Rory Hamilton
Other
Cian McDonagh
Editor
Juniper Callder
Post–Production Company
Screen Scene
Other
Paul Warde
Other
Piaras Mac Coinnaithe
Production Company
Pull The Trigger
Director
Stu Teehan
Other
Shaunagh Farrelly
Account Director
Pat Stephenson
Agency Producer
Sarah Chadwick
Copywriter
Eoin Conlon
Copywriter
Kris Clarkin
Other
Rory Hamilton

As part of Three’s #TheCallUp campaign Ireland goalkeeper, Darren Randolph, caught seven-year-old, Cathal Byrne, completely off-guard after showing up in the press conference room at the FAI’s National Training Centre in Dublin. Cathal, who lives with a co-ordination disorder known as dyspraxia, is a keen footballer and explained to Randolph that his favourite position is between the sticks. And the Boys in Green fan couldn’t believe his luck when his fellow Wicklow native revealed that he will be leading the Ireland team out at the Aviva Stadium as mascot for this Sunday’s World Cup qualifier against Austria. He was brought to the Aviva Stadium on the pretense that he would watch the team train and see where Martin O’Neill speaks to the press. What Cathal did not expect was to meet the current Ireland and West Ham goalkeeper, and fellow native of Wicklow, Darren Randolph.

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