Making footprints for clubhouse
MORE than 200 people turned up to walk or run up to 10 kilometres along Curracloe beach when St. Joseph’s GAA Club hosted its fourth annual ‘Footsteps in the Sand’ event to raise funds for a new clubhouse.
‘It was a beautiful day, the weather was fantastic,’ said club chairman Wayne Rogan who was delighted with the turnout. The family fundraiser was organised by the club’s pitch manager Brendan Corish.
After their exertion, participants and supporters of all ages enjoyed a barbecue and music in Ballineksar car park where a marquee was set up to accommodate visitors.
The chairman thanked everyone who took part and extended a special word of thanks to the main sponsors M2 Construction and to Brendan Corish.
Jason Warren of M2 Construction, main sponsors, Wayne Rogan, event organiser, and Brendan Corish, St. Joseph’s pitch manager, at the Footprints In The Sand fundraiser at Curracloe.