Support Shannon RFC’s ‘No Show Charity Game’

Shannon RFC have launched their ‘No Show Charity Game’ in order to raise much needed funds for local and national charities

The ‘No Show Charity Game’ will see a virtual fictitious game will take place between the Best Limerick XV v the Best Irish XV – as decided by some big names in Irish Rugby.

Follow Shannon RFC on the night to see some well known players both past and present discuss the teams and give their predictions on who would win! 

Shannon RFC have chosen to fundraise for Barnardos, Mid-West Simon, Suicide Prevention and Pieta House as well as other local charities. 

Follow their social media pages for further information about a live stream event that will be taking place on the night that you can watch from the comfort and safety of your home.

The No Show Charity Game – Stay home and show your support!!

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