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Blackrock College took top honours in the inaugural Smith’s SuperValu ‘7s in the City’ event, a women-only sevens tournament which was hosted by Buccaneers RFC last weekend, supporting Action Breast Cancer. Played on the June bank holiday Saturday, Blackrock won the Michael Moore Car Sales Open contest. Old Belvedere won the Murphys Law Junior league with Carrick-on-Suir capturing the Medussa Hair Studio u18 title after a long day’s rugby played in glorious weather.
This October, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Centra stores throughout Mayo will be brightening up communities in the county with Centra’s pink walks in aid of the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer programme.
Fifteen Centra stores in Mayo have helped raise more than €500,000 for the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer in 2012. This is Centra’s third year providing nationwide support to the charity with all funds raised going to provide information, advice and support services for women with breast cancer in Ireland.
The people of Mayo have been congratulated for successfully pinking up their county with the Centra Pink Umbrella Walk. The events, which took place across the county at the end of October, have been hailed a great achievement after local people turned out in great numbers to participate in the walk. As crowds of local people took steps to raise funds and awareness for the Irish Cancer Society’s Get the Girls campaign, the county was taken over by Centra’s fabulous pink umbrellas.
The Irish Cancer Society, in partnership with Centra, are running the Get the Girls ‘Round fundraising campaign in aid of the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer programme.
Action Breast Cancer, a programme of the Irish Cancer Society, is Ireland’s leading provider of breast cancer information and support. With October being breast cancer awareness month, here is some advice from the cancer support service.
A table quiz in aid of Action Breast Cancer (ABC) will take in Bollard’s Pub on Friday October 14, at 9.30pm.
Drop off your bra for breast cancer
Action Breast Cancer, an Irish Cancer Society programme, is urging people to support its Pink Ribbon appeal tomorrow (Friday) which is Breast Health Day by buying a ribbon, badge or keyring.
Pink Ribbon Day is today, Friday October 8, and Action Breast Cancer, a programme of the Irish Cancer Society, is asking the people of Mayo to come together and support the pink appeal by buying a ribbon, badge or key ring.