2017 Ladies Day supporting Irish Cancer Society
This year GRFC Ladies Day is honoured and proud to be supporting The Irish Cancer Society and in particular Greystones Cancer Support,
The Irish Cancer Society through the donations from Daffodil Day support people at home dealing with cancer.
The many vital services the Irish Cancer Society provide include:
- Providing drivers to get patients to hospitals and treatment centres for treatment,.
- night nursing services to care for people with cancer at every stage of their illness.
- Providing their night nurses, oncology liaison nurses and homecare teams deliver the highest standards of care to patients and their families everyday, all over Ireland, free of charge.
- Providing end of life care in the most caring and dignified way by allowing a lot of patients staying in their own home, surrounded by family.
- The money raised from Daffodil Day collections in Greystones and money raised at today’s event will be used to support the people of Greystones and surrounding areas.
Results round up
A mixed weekend for the seconds and thirds with one win and one loss. On Friday night the 3rds hosted Barnhall running out convincing 40 – 16 winners.
On Saturday lunchtime the seconds travelled to play on Clontarf’s new 4G pitch in a game that saw the return of Jason Curren from his sojourn in New Zealand. Despite his second half influence Clontarf prevailed 45 – 12 in the end.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of a great friend and supporter of Greystones RFC over the weekend. John’s funeral arrangements are as follows:
Reposing at Thomas Murphy and Sons Funeral Home, Boghall Road, Bray, on Monday 27th February, from 5.30pm to 7pm. Funeral Mass in Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Putland Road, Bray, on Tuesday 28th Feb at 10.30am, followed by interment in Redford Cemetery, Greystones. Family flowers only. House Private. Donations if desired to Down Syndrome Ireland donation box at the church.
This weeks newletter
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