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Thursday 20 June 2019

Sean Cox coffee morning

Shauna and Martina Cox, with Sinead O’Callaghan at the Coffee Morning supporting Seán Cox in Precision Cables, Mulholland Avenue
Shauna and Martina Cox, with Sinead O’Callaghan at the Coffee Morning supporting Seán Cox in Precision Cables, Mulholland Avenue
Thomas Juul Jensen, Walter Lambert and John Cotter at the Coffee Morning supporting Seán Cox in Precision Cables, Mulholland Avenue

The family of Sean Cox joined his colleagues and friends at Precision Cables for a coffee morning in aid of the 'Support Sean' fund on Friday last.

Liverpool fan Sean, who worked at Precision Cables in Mulholland Avenue, was left fighting for his life after a vicious random assault outside Anfield earlier this year.

The Support Sean fund was launched to raise funds for his ongoing care and rehabilitation.

Sean's wife Martina and daughter Shauna took part in the Dundalk event on Friday. The nationwide coffee morning saw fundraisers take place locally, around the country, and in the UK.

A spokesman for Precision Cables thanked all those who supported the event, saying: 'The last few weeks have been about comradeship, solidarity, team spirit, outstanding individual acts and empathy.'

To date, over €446,000 has been raised of the €2million goal.

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