LK Rugby Club and Kelly’s Toyota team up for good cause

On Saturday, Letterkenny Rugby Club’s 1st’s team will take on the challenge of pushing a Toyota Yaris from Kelly’s Toyota Showroom in Mountcharles to the Letterkenny Rugby Club House at Dave Gallaher Park, Letterkenny, to raise funds for The Jack and Jill Foundation. 

The special event has been organised by Terence Gallagher, Captain of the 1st’s, who commented: “We are absolutely delighted that this year again, our main sponsor Kelly’s Toyota, have provided us with this opportunity to take part in a fun event and along the way raise money for this years nominated charity, The Jack and Jill Foundation. They do fantastic work at The Jack and Jill Foundation and for us at Letterkenny Rugby Club, to be able to give something towards this charity to be able to help and assist families in gaining respite care and the gift of time for their children, knowing that they are being looked after, makes us proud. We would like to thank Denise Nolan from The Jack and Jill Foundation for providing us with T-shirts for the event.”

Speaking on behalf of Kelly’s Toyota, Brendan Kelly, said: “We are delighted to be associated with this event again this year for Letterkenny Rugby Club and their charity, The Jack and Jill Foundation. The lads will leave our showroom in Mountcharles on Saturday, May 14,  at 9.15am pushing a new Toyota Yaris through Donegal Town’s Diamond, onto Ballybofey and Stranorlar, arriving to push it through Letterkenny Town, and finally to the clubhouse at Dave Gallaher Park.


“If you see them, do give them your support, it’s all for a very worthwhile cause.” 


Terence Gallagher, Captain of Letterkenny Rugby's 1st's teams and Brendan Kelly, Kelly's Toyota, main sponsor of Letterkenny Rugby Club.

Terence Gallagher, Captain of Letterkenny Rugby’s 1st’s teams and Brendan Kelly, Kelly’s Toyota, main sponsor of Letterkenny Rugby Club.

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