As a family business, community is at the heart of Kilmore Farm Produce. Paddy has always been a keen sportsman both actively and as a supporter. Having spent much of his youth involved in his Athletics and local G.A.A. club he now offers his spare time coaching within the junior Harps G.A.A squad. Paddy was involved with the legendary Harps senior football team of the late 80's and early 90's and is the proud holder of 2 senior championship medals.
Paddy has also played both minor and under 21 level for Armagh for 4 years and is currently the sponsor of Brendan Donaghy, member of the Armagh Senior football panel.
Paddy with his children Eimear & Padraig, County Players Brendan Donaghy (Clonmore) & Charlie Vernon (Armagh Harps)
Armagh's annual St Patricks day parade gives the children within the club the opportunity to wear their Armagh Harps colours with pride. Kilmore Farm Produce has contributed towards making the day memorable, both in terms of sponsorship and active participation, providing its lorry to be decorated by Harps youth for entry into the day's proceedings'.
Paddy and Kids getting ready for St Patricks day Parade.
Paddy with Jim Ward from Armagh Athletics Club.
Paddy's late father John Finn was a founder of the Father McKnights running club. Paddy himself has several all Ireland cross country and track and field medals. As a result of his long standing history in running, Kilmore Farm Produce has been a proud sponsor of the Annual Armagh International road race.