LSGL turns pink for Breast Cancer Ireland

100km in 30days

LSGL turns pink for Breast Cancer Ireland

The Louth School Girls League (LSGL) have turned pink for Breast Cancer Ireland.
4th Jun 2020

The LSGL are hoping to get members to walk or run 100 kilometres in the month of June, and raise money for the charity at the same time.

Republic of Ireland men's manager and Louth resident Stephen Kenny is also taking part in the good cause for the month.

The LGSL want everyone to sign up to their team, through the 100kin30days website. Over 11,000 have signed up in total, to take part in the initiative.

For more information of how to join the LSGL team for a great cause, you can find out more on their Facebook page.