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LImerick footballers climb Carrauntoohil

Members of the Limerick senior football squad will climb Ireland's highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, this Saturday, to raise money for their training fund and under-age football development squads

Members of the Limerick senior football squad will climb Ireland's highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, this Saturday, to raise money for their training fund and under-age football development squads

THE Limerick Senior Football squad, backroom team and friends are taking to the slopes of Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain this Saturday, November 24, to raise funds for their training fund and the Underage Football Development Squads.

The majority of the 2012 panel, management and backroom members are doing the climb, as well as members of the County Board.

Members of the public can join the climb at a cost of €30. All climbers also have sponsorship cards at present.

Further information is availblae from Michelle, in the Gaelic Grounds Office, on 061-325077.

This is a unique opportunity to join the players on the climb. The climb to the 3406ft summit will be led by three experienced climbers.

At present a ground of about 40 climbers are preparing for the event.

 

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