Wednesday 26 April 2017

Trampoline fundraiser to be held for Berkeley survivor Clodagh Cogley

32-team 'Trampoline Dodgeball' tournament to be held in Santry this Friday

Clodagh Cogley in a photograph taken in hospital in the US, where she is working to recover from serious injuries sustained in the Berkeley tragedy.
Clodagh Cogley in a photograph taken in hospital in the US, where she is working to recover from serious injuries sustained in the Berkeley tragedy.
Clare Cullen

Clare Cullen

The family of Clodagh Cogley are holding Open jump sessions and a Trampoline dodgeball competition this Friday to raise funds towards Clodagh's medical bills.

'Jump Zone', in Santry, will host the event this Friday.

The action packed event includes a family friendly open jump session followed by a 32-team Trampoline Dodgeball tournament and an adult open jump session. The trampoline courts and foam pits will remain open until 10pm when the event will continue with free entry for all over 18’s into Pygmalion on South William Street.

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Almost all of the team spaces have been taken with remaining spaces filling up fast. There are still spaces left for the children and family session at 6pm and the over 16s jump session from 8.30pm.

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Clodagh suffered extensive injuries including two collapsed lungs, a broken shoulder, a broken knee, 5 broken ribs and a broken spinal cord. All funds raised will go towards adapting her family home to suit her needs including wheelchair accessibility and numerous other expenses.

To book tickets or to simply donate please click here.

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