THE 2020 Limerick Senior Football Championship was scheduled to start this weekend with a full round of games.
That isn’t the case for obvious reasons with not start date for the competition yet but it is likely to be kept on hold for a while with possibilities for restructuring.
However, two clubs that were set to square off have come decided to ut their resources to use in a different way in order to help provide fudning for essential health equipment.
Senior footbal clubs, Ballysteen and Monaleen have come together to set up a ‘Go Fund Me’ page
On their Go Fund Me page it states,
Ballysteen GAA & Monaleen GAA were due to open our respective Limerick Senior Football Championship campaigns against each other this coming weekend.
However, due to the current crisis we find ourselves in, we have decided to come together with the aim of raising funds to purchase equipment and supplies that are needed at this moment for our Front Line Staff at University Hospital Limerick.
Both clubs would be grateful if you could support this initiative and show solidarity with our medical professionals who are working tirelessly throughout this current National Public Health Emergency in battling COVID-19.
Over €3,100 has been raised by the clubs since this morning.
Donate by clicking here.
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