Tuesday 17 October 2017

Watch: Kind-hearted Dublin fans write and perform All-Ireland final song in the name of charity

Dublin fans before their semi-final win over Kerry
Dublin fans before their semi-final win over Kerry
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A group of sonorous and charitable Dublin fans have come together and written a cracking song for Jim Gavin’s men as they go in search of more All-Ireland glory, while all the proceeds are gong to palliative care.

To aid in their team’s bid to retain the All Ireland title by pipping Mayo at Croke Park on Sunday, Deirdre Flynn and Dublin Army 2016 have collaborated on a catchy anthem in the making by the same name.

‘Dublin Army 2016’ was written by Deirdre Flynn and sang by Stephen Leeson with the intention of supporting the Dubs and raising money for a number of hospices around the country.

They even recorded the accompanying video at GAA HQ. To listen to the song and make a donation simply click on the post below.

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