Mak­ing foot­prints for club­house

Wexford People - - NEWS -

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.

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