He may have been tearing it out on the sidelines this summer but Kieran McGeeney will be shaving his head off to raise money for a charitable cause.
The Armagh manager is going #HairlessForTheHospice, a campaign set up to support the Southern Area Hospices Services in Newry, after being nominated by his former county teammate and fellow 2002 All-Ireland winner Justin McNulty.
Look who is going #HairlessForTheHospice! Well Done Kieran McGeeney for accepting @JustinMcNu1ty challenge to support @hospiceSAHS Looking forward to hearing your nomination! You can support Kiernan here https://t.co/xmLQaCfyCW 🧡🤍 pic.twitter.com/wzlFxiVBRf— hospiceSAHS (@hospiceSAHS) May 15, 2020
Southern Area Hospice Services which relies heavily on the generosity of local people and the support of volunteers provides invaluable care and support to patients with life limiting illnesses.
If you would like to donate, you can do so on Kieran's JustGiving page here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kieranmcgeeneyhairlessforthehospice
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