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Na Piarsaigh warn against ‘Go fund me’ page as pitch floods

Although they were victors on the scoreboard over the weekend, Na Piarsaigh suffered badly as their pitch fell victim to flooding along the Shannon as their state-of-the-art pitches became submerged in water.

With so much damage done to the field, a donations page on the popular ‘Go fund me’ website appeared entitled ‘Na Piarsaigh Pitch Flood’ with a target goal of €2,500.

However, the club have been quick to come forward and say that it is not an official page and to avoid.

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