Clontarf GAA Hurl-A-Ton 2021!
On Saturday, 10th July, Clontarf GAA Hurling and Camogie players are coming together, with support from Clontarf First Responders, to raise funds for additional local publicly available AEDs!
The group are going to puck a sliotar 160km (or 100 miles) - which is the equivalent of St. Anne's to Semple Stadium in Tipp - all in the confines of the park!
As noted by Clontarf GAA the recent distressing incident involving Christian Eriksen at the Euros showed how important it is to have publicly available Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).
Please support this amazing cause by donating what you can on the iDonate page HERE - every little helps! And of course, if you see the players in action on pitch 34/35 over the weekend be sure to cheer them on!
For more information on the event and the importance of AEDs in sporting communities (did you know 42 lives across Ireland have been saved by AEDs located in GAA facilities?) head over to the Clontarf GAA website.