THEY START RIDING FOR SUDDEN ADULT DEATH SYNDROME TODAY

The Journey to Raise money for “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” started today. Adult Death Syndrome (SADS), The Cormac Trust Charity, Support Van Sponsor Sign Writing

Riding to Raise money for “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome”

The Journey to Raise money for “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” started today.

Good Luck to you all! On Thursday 28th July 2016 to Sunday 31th July 2016, Gerry Boots along with 12 other team members of the Kilburn Gaels Hurling Club are taking on The CathalCycle2016 a 390mile cycle from Kilburn Gaels Hurling field in Highgate, London to Gort, Co Galway to raise money for The Cormac Trust and MS Ireland!

THE TEAM :

Support Vehicle Driver:

  • Tom Bergin

Media:

  • Robbie Stakelum
  • Eoghain Powell

Cathal Cycle 2016 Cyclists

  • Cathal’s Brothers: Niall, Sean & Liam Forde
  • Cathal’s Cousin: Brian Forde
  • Gerry Boots
  • Brian Regan
  • Keith Kennedy
  • Paul Killea
  • Francis Keating
  • Stephen Lambert
  • Seamus Richardson
  • Henry Vaughan
  • Kevin Campion

The Cormac Trust Charity

The Cormac Trust Charity is close to our hearts because four years ago a friend of mine, Cathal Forde, died while hurling training on the Hurling Field in Highgate from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS). Our mission is to raise awareness of this condition so more screening can happen, and continuation of the Cormac Trust’s genetic heart research program, as well as providing defibrillators to playing fields in both Ireland and the UK. MS Ireland is also close to the Kilburn Gaels Hurling Club as one of our players was diagnosed with this condition three years ago at the age of 28. We are raising awareness and funds for the continued advances in the treatment of this debilitating condition. We are hoping to raise as much money as possible for these important causes. Any donations would be greatly appreciated; please visit our go fund me link.

Thank you for your Support

Brian Forde