Irish international Sean O’Brien joins rugby stars in support of Berkeley student tragedy
Published 21/07/2015 | 08:47
A charity tag rugby event is taking place in Donnybrook this weekend to raise funds for Berkeley collapse victim Aoife Beary.
Among those taking part will be former Ireland's womens captain Fiona Coughlan and Donal Canniffe, the man who skippered Munster to their historic win over the All Blacks at Thomond Park in 1978.
Rugby legends Tony Ward, Ollie Campbell and Mick Quinn will also be in attendance to give their backing to the worthwhile cause. Leinster and Ireland star Sean O'Brien will be on hand to give out prizes to the winning teams.
Teams must register at at 10.30am this Saturday, July 25 and the event will run until 6pm.
The price is €25 per player with a €10 spectator fee.
There will be entertainment for children, a BBQ and a raffle on the day.
Aoife was celebrating her 21st birthday on the night of the tragic balcony collapse and remains in a critical condition in California with serious head injuries.
All the money raised from the Fun-Raiser Tag Rugby & Family fun day will go towards Aoife's medical costs.