The East Cork Gun club held a Charity Clay Shoot in aid of the National Liver Transplant Unit in St Vincent’s Hospital on 22 October at Belvelly, Cobh. It was a standard 50 bird sporting clay shoot with a have a go stand for non shooters. There was also a cakes, coffees and hot food stand.
The day started breezy and bright and it stayed dry for the entire event. This certainly helped with the crowds and it proved a very busy day.
There were over 120 rounds of clays shot and loads of people had a go at the novelty stand. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the day and to all the sponsors who made it possible, the men who set out the course, the ladies who provided the cakes, coffees, soups and sandwiches and the members who manned the traps and cleaned up after.
Looking forward to the presentation of the proceeds to the National Liver Transplant Unit on November 1st at the Roaring Donkey in Cobh. In the end over €5,000 was raised and the Club will be making out a cheque for a very impressive €5,300!
Many thanks to all our
our sponsors without them it wouldn’t have been possible
The Ring family, Cobh
Coleman Garden Services, Dripsey
Ballynoe Inn, Cobh
Sorrento Takeaway, Cobh
HKM chartered quantity surveying
Smyths Toys, Kinsale Rd
Crew Cuts, Cobh
The Roaring Donkey, Cobh
Mccarthy Cycles, Blackpool
Peter Collins plant hire
Dinky Deli, Ballincollig
Mansworths bar cobh
The John Walsh group ( jwg )
O’Connell family and friends