Ulster Bank employee wins Silver and Bronze at British Transplant Games

Ulster Bank employee wins Silver and Bronze at British Transplant Games

Sheila Gregan, an Ulster Bank employee, has won Silver and Bronze medals for swimming at the 2013 British Transplant Games held in Sheffield.

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30 August 2013

Sheila Gregan and UB Roscrea staff

This follows Sheila’s success at the recent World Transplant Games where she won Gold and Bronze Medals.

Sheila, who is a member of the Customer Services team in Ulster Bank’s Roscrea branch, won both her medals swimming in the 40 to 49 year age category. She was runner up the 50m breaststroke and placed third in the 100m breaststroke.

Paudie Grace, Branch Manager at Ulster Bank Roscrea, is delighted with Sheila’s success:We are all very proud of Sheila’s achievements. She is a role model to everyone, competing and winning at this level is some achievement.

Sheila joined Ulster Bank Roscrea in April this year having worked in the Nenagh branch for thirteen years previously.

She received a kidney transplant seven years ago and is a regular competitor for Ireland in international transplant competitions. In addition to swimming, Sheila also competes in running and triathlon events.

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