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Snooker evening in aid of St Gabriels School & Centre Snooker evening in aid of St Gabriels School & Centre


St Gabriels Snooker evening in aid of School & Centre



St Gabriels snooker evening will take place on June 18. There will be an evening of entertainment to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the famous black ball 1985 World Snooker Championship Final between two legends Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor in Pery’s Best Western at 8:30pm in aid of St Gabriels School & Centre to help improve the lives of children with disabilities.

St. Gabriel’s School & Centre is committed to providing education and a range of essential health-related therapies and interventions to children and young adults living with physical disabilities, developmental delay or more serious life-limiting conditions.

St.Gabriel’s fundraising activities are helping to support and improve the lives of up to 400 children with multiple physical disabilities from across the Mid West region who receive a range of health-related therapies and interventions at St.Gabriel’s School & Centre. The main reason St. Gabriel’s are depending on fundraising at the moment is to be able to run St. Gabriel’s hydrotherapy pool and because the pool is heated to 32 degrees Celsius the energy costs are high- €150,000 annually.

Tickets are €25 standard or €50 for VIP, which include Pre-Match reception with meet and greet with both Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor at 7:30pm and front row seats that will be reserved. The VIP also includes complimentary finger food and an inhouse photographer.





Tickets are available from Ladbrokes Betting Shops on Cecil St. and William St, Century Club Michael’s Hall and  St. Gabriel’s School. Call on 061302733 or call Neil at 0872643450.

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