Thursday August 13, 2020

Love and money: Windfall beckons for Irish star Islanders

Irish professional rugby player Greg O’Shea banked €25,000 in prize money after he won the latest series with Amber Gill

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
4th August, 2019
Greg O’Shea partnered up with Amber Gill to win Love Island last week

Irish professional rugby player Greg O’Shea banked €25,000 in prize money after he won the latest series with Amber Gill. Longford native Maura Higgins came fourth, while Meathwoman Yewande Biala was eliminated in the opening weeks.

The prize money secured by the Limerickman could prove to be a drop in the ocean of what lies ahead, with both O’Shea and Higgins in line to bag more than €1 million from brand endorsements and...

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