Mallow Plays in Pink for Breast Cancer Research

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Some of the participants at Mallow Golf Club for the Play in Pink Day

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208 ladies from 36 different clubs Played in Pink for Lady Captain, Susan Coakley’s triumphant Charity Day in aid of Breast Cancer Research at Mallow Golf Club.

With Kearys of Mallow sponsoring the event, a few brave members put on a fashion show befitting of a Paris runway as pink painted a picture of team unity behind a most deserving cause.

A huge effort was put into the organisation of the day by the committee with the preparation of the course by the ground staff and the presentation of the the clubhouse brought to life by a day of sunshine and pink attire.

Director of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, Miriam Hand, who spoke eloquently on the need for and the progress of, Breast Cancer Research, assured all present that the proceeds raised would go directly to the Institute’s funded research team based at NUI Galway.

Lady Captain Susan responded, stressing once again Mallow’s commitment to the charity’s ‘Play in Pink’ fundraising initiative, and thanked all sponsors and everyone who had put such effort into a remarkably successful day for the club

Well done to all involved at Mallow from everyone here at IGM. The Play in Pink initiative is one very close to all our hearts and the more pink we see on the golf course this year, the better.

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