We would like to thank everyone who gave of their time to help with this event
The Dads were happy to watch the match while our 'little treasures' ran amock.
We obviously take full credit for the great result ! and thankfully there were no serois injuries at either event
We also raised much needed funds for Shine Autism Centre
Thanks to our sponsors as well - looking forward to the next one
We are delighted to announce that former Munster star John Kelly, will be on our panel on Sunday
John made his Munster debut against Cardiff Blues in September 1997. He scored his first try for Munster in this game
He was part of the famous Munster team that beat Gloucester in the 'Miracle Match'. Munster required a try bonus-point, as well as a victory margin of 27 points, to advance to the quarter-finals of the 2002-03 Heineken Cup, and Kelly scored two tries as Munster won 33-6.
In May 2006, John was part of the Munster team that won the province's first Heineken Cup, defeating Biarritz Olympique 19-23 in the 2006 Heineken Cup Final
In December 2007, Kelly announced that he would retire from rugby when his contract expired at the end of that month. He captained Munster in his final game for the province against Connacht, a game that was won by Munster. He was replaced with a minute to go in the 17-0 victory, to a tremendous reaction from the crowd, and was later chaired off the pitch by his peers. After the game, Kelly officially retired from club and international rugby
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John Daly Opticians VIPR Cork Con
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