PIPS Hope and Support have organised a 'Road To Clones' Preview Night which will see GAA stars past and present join the discussion panel to talk all things on the 2019 Ulster Senior Football Championship.
This event which takes place at Bellini's Bar, Newry on Thursday 18th April will be hosted by Q Radio and Down legend John Clarke and will involve past and present Players and Managers, Columnists, Television and Radio pundits throughout Ulster giving their opinions on the upcoming fixtures and their general thoughts on the GAA. The night will also touch on the importance of mental health support.
Confirmed panelists so far include Benny Coulter, Sean Cavanagh, Dick Clerkin, Kevin Madden and Oisin McConville with more to be announced.
Doors open at 7.00pm with a 7.30pm start and tickets (£10) are available from the PIPS Office, Bellini's Bar, online or pay at door on the night (limited availability).
This will be an exciting evening with the Anglo-Celt Cup also present, but the real importance will be to raise awareness for PIPS and encourage those involved in the GAA that there is help available given the recent occurrences in the GAA community.
You, the audience will also get the opportunity to put your questions to the panel.
Family friendly show, so children are most welcome to come along with parents/guardians.
**Full Bar Facilities Available**
**Parking available adjacent to the building**
PIPS Hope and Support are the leading Public Initiative for the prevention of Suicide and Self Harm with services to cover the entire Southern Region of the North of Ireland.Tweet