In a region that is renowned for its passion and fervour for Rugby, O’Neill & Brennan has its own Rugby stars that have been experiencing a great deal of success recently. Will Keenan and Nathan Taylor, both of whom work in our Bristol office and play as an openside flanker and hooker respectively, have just won promotion with Cinderford RFC, on the back of a quite incredible season.
Winning 29 games out of 30 and racking up an impressive 143 points out of a possible 150 is an unprecedented achievement and one which has set a new record for the National 2 League. Will and Nathan undoubtedly played their part in this feat, resulting in the club being crowned champions, with attentions now being focused on replicating this success in National League 1 next season.
In addition to that, Will continued his good form by making the Gloucestershire County Team that plays in the top tier of the Bill Beaumont County Championship. If they manage to win their next two games, they will have the chance to play the final at Twickenham as the warm up game before England play the Barbarians on Sunday 27th May.
This Rugby success has certainly inspired and invigorated Will and Nathan, who have replicated the success on the pitch, off it, in the working environment by making the most of their transferable skills. They’ve been able to utilise and draw upon this success by putting the same principles into practice when they go about their working day and they have reaped the rewards as a result, helping to build and cultivate a strong construction recruitment presence in the South West region.
With new offices having opened last year in Bristol and Cardiff, and with a growing team, the future certainly looks bright, with an increasing number of development and infrastructure work in the pipeline of which O’Neill & Brennan is heavily involved in. If you’re a construction contractor that is looking to build a pipeline of suitable construction operatives for your projects, get in contact with the guys to discuss your staffing requirements in more detail.