The football shutdown may be taking its toll on sport and charities – but one gaelic football team in Sligo is hoping to help a charity out this Saturday – by setting the alarm clock early.
Women’s All-Ireland club football semi-finalist St Nathy’s are preparing to do a 12-hour solo run this Saturday morning from sunrise at 6am in aid of Pieta House.
The team captain Aine Gormley has been telling Ocean FM Sport about this fundraiser – and about how the players are coping without any competitive football during the Covid-19 emergency:
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The #Kick4Pieta solo run will take place this Saturday, May 2nd, from 6am to 6pm.
If you would like to make a donation, a GoFundMe page has been set by St Nathy’s.