Curraha helping 'Clodagh and Siobhan Laffey trust'.

18 May 2017

Clodagh and Siobhan Laffey

Curraha GAA held a fantastic Cheltenham Preview Night earlier in the year and seen below are players from the Curraha Intermediate Team presenting a cheque of €750 to Ray Toner who is a trustee for local charity 'Clodagh and Siobhan Laffey trust'.

All charity bets from the pundits on the night went towards the local charity and it was Robbie Power's selection of Sizing John who took PaddyPower to the cleaners with his incredible Gold Cup win.

Pictured at the cheque presentation were Liam Hogan, Gavin Coyle, Ray Toner (Trustee, Clodagh and Siobhan Laffey Trust) and David Coyle

Local girls Clodagh and Siobhan Laffey were diagnosed in August 2014 with Chronic Lyme Disease. They have to go to Germany again for intensive treatment which is unavailable in Ireland.

Unfortunately, as it wasn’t diagnosed in Ireland, Irish Health Insurance does not cover any costs for their treatment. The Clodagh and Siobhan Laffey Trust was set up to help raise funds to allow the girls to continue their treatment.

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