Corofin GAA in Clare will take on their biggest challenge yet as 50 members prepare to climb Mount Everest by covering the 9000m distance of the world's highest mountain on Mullaghmore while soloing a football or hurley and sliotar to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis.
Corofin Climb Everest - "The Solo Run Challenge" will take place on Mullaghmore in the heart of the Burren on Saturday June 6th.
All monies raised will go to Tipperary Limerick Clare For Cystic Fibrosis (TLC4CF), an affiliated regional branch of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.
Donations to Corofin GAA's fundraising drive can be made through GoFundMe here.
Corofin GAA Climb Everest for Cystic Fibrosis— Corofin GAA (@CorofinGaaClub) May 17, 2020
Donation Link: https://t.co/Hlrd9rUY3E
On Saturday June 6th, 50 adult members of Corofin GAA Club will be undertaking the challenge of soloing up Mullaghmore with a football or hurley & sliotar to raise funds for the charity TLC4CF pic.twitter.com/86tSKxphOK