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Thursday 2 October 2014

Dublin's Ladies Footballers to ‘lace up’ for breast cancer

Published 08/07/2014 | 10:58

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(l-r) Lyndsey Davey,Rachel Ruddy,Sinead Goldrick,Samantha McGregor (BCI), Joe Keane (Chairperson DLGFA) Noelle Healy,Carla Rowe, Sinead Aherne , pictured at launch of -Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Association has joined forces with Breast Cancer Ireland to help raise awareness of breast cancer whilst also supporting the charity’s “Lace Up For A Cure” Campaign.
(l-r) Lyndsey Davey,Rachel Ruddy,Sinead Goldrick,Samantha McGregor (BCI), Joe Keane (Chairperson DLGFA) Noelle Healy,Carla Rowe, Sinead Aherne , pictured at launch of -Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Association has joined forces with Breast Cancer Ireland to help raise awareness of breast cancer whilst also supporting the charity’s “Lace Up For A Cure” Campaign.

The Dublin ladies footballers will catch the eye even more during the upcoming Leinster Final as they aim to raise breast cancer awareness.

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The reigning Leinster champions have joined forces with Breast Cancer Ireland to by supporting the charity’s “Lace Up For A Cure” Campaign.

When the ladies take to the field in O’Moore Park, Portloaise on Sunday July 13th to defend their crown, they will be wearing pink laces on their boots as part of the “Lace Up For A Cure” campaign

“Dublin LGFA are delighted to partner with Breast Cancer Ireland,” Joe Keane, chairperson of the Dublin LGFA said at the launch in Parnell Park.

“As one of the largest female sporting organisations in Dublin and indeed Ireland we are only too happy to support the work of BCI.”

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