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'Friends of Cuan Mhuire' Street Collection backed by Nugent and Galbally's Morris

St John's and Antrim Hurler Domhnall Nugent, Galbally footballer Christopher Morris, Armagh & Ulster GAA Steward Pat McGinn launch the annual collection for the Cuan Mhuire centre in Newry.

Galbally Pearse's Christopher Morris took time to help launch the annual 'Friends of Cuan Mhuire' Street Collection ahead of his team's All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Final this weekend in Croke Park.

Christopher joined St John's and Antrim hurler Domhnall Nugent and Armagh and Ulster GAA steward Pat McGinn from the Craobh Rua Camlocha hurling club to promote the annual 'bucket collection', which takes place on Saturday January 28 in Camlough village from 9am.

All monies raised will help Cuan Mhuire (Sr Consilios) continue to deliver its life-saving services for those individuals and their families affected by the challenges of addiction.

Christopher, Domhnall, and Pat all have a strong involvement with 'Friends of Cuan Mhuire' which is a support network for people in recovery and their families, where people are helped find their feet in the early, and sometimes difficult, days of recovery.

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