‘Big Match’ Dinner 2015

It is that time of year again – plans are well underway for our ‘Big Match’ Dinner taking place in The Hogan Suite, Croke Park on Friday 18th September 2015, the week-end of the All-Ireland GAA Football Final.

This year the evening will be compered by RTE Radio 1 presenter Damien O’Reilly who will lead a panel of well-known GAA personalities in what is expected to be a lively discussion about the big match that weekend.

Brother Elser Llanos will also be joining us from South America to tell us about his missionary work and about the exciting partnership developing between the young people of Midleton CBS Secondary School in Ireland and the Cochabamba Youth Project in Bolivia. There will be live music, a prize draw and other surprises on the night.

Join us for this evening of sport, friendship and solidarity either by hosting a table for ten guests (€1,000), or by sponsoring a table (€2,500) giving additional promotional benefits for your company or organisation.

If you have any questions or to find out more, please contact Eufemia Solinas at tel: 01 819 67 85 or email: eufemia@edmundricedevelopment.org

Edmund Rice Development

2 thoughts on “‘Big Match’ Dinner 2015

  • Denis, Greetings from Woodeaves in Manchester. Coming to the end of my two weeks in UK connecting with friends and family with a little bit of work in between. I spoke with a friend from Monte Video on Skype just now. He mentioned how much he appreciated getting the thought for the day from Timirí Éamon Rís. I asked that he might send you a note to that effect with a little extra news from the Edmund Rice Family in South America. So look forward to a note from Gonzalo Abuelo shortly. So the good news is spreading and bringing life to individuals and to groups in the different corners of the Network. Take a bow, Martin


    • Thank You Martin. It’s nice to get some feedback as it raises the spirits! The Thought for the Day is the item most commented on when I meet people. I’ve learned that it means so much to some people and if that brightens their day then some good has been done. Looking forward to hearing from Abuelo.


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