On Sunday, June 29th the Connacht Professional Rugby squad will be holding an open training session at Hamilton Park, Strandhill. Coach Pat Lam will be putting the players through their paces from 1.00pm on Sunday, and following their work on the pitch the team will be available for autographs and pictures for all.
This training camp is part of Connacht Rugby’s commitment to bringing the professional team to all parts of the province and with Sligo RFC being the most Northerly club in Connacht it is the ideal choice.
Its set to be a great day of entertainment with a Family Fun Day from 1pm to 5pm with something for all the family! All proceeds from the day will go to the Donal Parson’s Trust.
Donal Parsons is a six year old boy who lives in Strandhill, Country Sligo, Ireland with his big brother James, his mum Jane, his dad Andy and Nelly the Springer Spaniel. Donal likes playing, dancing, talking, cooking and making things. Most of all he loves building Lego and he loves his dog.
In October 2013 Donal was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma, a very rare Children’s cancer. Donal is currently receiving 18 months of intensive treatment at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin.
The Donal Parsons Trust has been set up to raise money to access any viable treatments to prevent relapse and to pay for treatments if Donal does relapse. The Trust may also assist Donal and his family during his treatment.
Meet Donal Parsons
Sunday June 29th promises to be a great family occasion so come along and join in the fun and bring all the family!
See you then!
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