VIDEO: Teammates Forever Challenge in Ballinkillen a great success as hundreds take part

Well done to all involved

Darren Hassett


Darren Hassett



Pictures from the remembrance on Sunday morning in Ballinkillen

The Teammates Forever Challenge in Ballinkillen has been a great success as hundreds took part in the hurling competition in memory of Eoghan and Ruairí Chada on Sunday morning.

The fourth year of the remembrance for Eoghan and Ruairí saw over 200 children from four different counties play hurling in the small Carlow village.

The hurling competition runs annually for the two brothers who lost their lives in tragic circumstances on July 29, 2013.

The clubs involved this year in the hurling competition include: Killeagh from Cork, Cuala from Dublin, Blacks and Whites from Skeough, Setanta Ceatharlach, and Naoimh Brid from Leighlinbridge, which takes in four counties in all.

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