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WATCH: Participants for Limerick GAA’s ‘I’m a Celebrity’ fundraiser announced

On September 27 Limerick GAA’s Im a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will take place in the South Court Hotel.

The night will be based on the ITV programme of the same name with 24 contestants split between two teams, Snake Rock and Croc Creek with the ultimate goal of being crowned King/Queen of the Jungle.

This evening the list of participants were announced with a number of Senior Hurlers and Camogie players as well as Footballers from both the male and female teams.

Ex players and members of the media will also be represented as will members of the media.

CoOp Superstores and Heart ER are the main sponsors of the event.

Tickets for the event can be found here.

The contestants were announced on Facebook this evening with each participant being paired with a generous sponsor.

Launch of Limerick GAA I’m a celebrity get me out here #ImACeleb

Posted by LimerickGAA on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

A full list of the participants is below.

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here participants (Sponsors in brackets)

Jerome O’Connell (Goggin Insurances)

Paul Fitzgerald (Len Mac)

Peter Nash (Roadbridge)

Donie Ryan (P Mac)

Olivia Giltenane (Aunty Lena and Bill Chawkes Adare)

Aaron Costello (Live95 FM)

Kyle Hayes (Mertonbury

Neamh Curtin (Limerick Packaging)

Mike Fitzgibbon (Countryside Homes)

Orlaith O’Donoghue (Redcow Moran Hotel)

Barry Hennessy (Sporting Limerick)

Dan Morrissey (Ripplecom)

Barry Nash (Irish Cement)

Ger O’Connell (Bons Secours)

Eamonn Phelan (Griffin Coaches)

Padraig de Brún (Foynes Engineering)

Sarah Carey (ATG Retirement Village)

Katie Campbell (Duggan Systems)

Louise Cantillon (Hurlers Bar)

Colm McSweeney (Cube)

Tommie Childs (Toco Welding)

Jamie Lee (Munster GAA)

David Clarke (Rigid Containers)

Michael Casey (Adare GAA)

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