The 2021 Breast Cancer Ireland Ladies Cup Day
We are delighted to announce that our virtual Breast Cancer Ireland Ladies Cup Day will take place on Friday 14th May 2021.
The Breast Cancer Ireland Ladies Cup Day will take place on Friday 14th May 2021.
It promises to be an exciting fun filled day with Live Racing and the Breast Cancer Ireland Ladies Cup feature race. We have delicious Afternoon Tea options available to purchase for you to enjoy an evening of action-packed entertainment from the comfort of your own home. We are delighted to announce that €5 of every Afternoon Tea purchased will be donated to Breast Cancer Ireland.
We would encourage anyone wishing to still help Breast Cancer Ireland
by donating directly here or by texting “Cure” to 50300, you will be
donating €4 to Breast Cancer Ireland (100% of text cost goes to Breast Cancer
Ireland across most network providers).
APPROX | FIRST RACE 2:00PM APPROX | LAST RACE 5:30PM APPROX
€45 - 65
At the end of a busy week, why not treat yourself to a delicious afternoon tea while watching the Breast Cancer Ireland Ladies Cup on Friday 14th May from the comfort of your own home. This classic menu of sweet and savoury favourites is delivered straight to your door, with €5 of each order going to Breast Cancer Ireland.
Breast Cancer Ireland is a registered charity, established to raise significant funding to support pioneering research programmes nationally, as well as to promote education and awareness on the importance of good breast health amongst women of all ages. Our Goals is to create a National Bio Bank of patient tissue and serum samples – allowing our Breast Research Nurses, within the designated cancer centres, to collaborate and collate all samples into one large centralised area so that Clinicians and Scientists nationwide can access larger volumes and thereby help speed up research discovery output. To support the creation of a state of the art Breast Cancer Research Centre, that will be purely translational in appeal, offering patients a bench to bedside experience, with multidisciplinary teams all working under the one roof, offering consultancy, imaging, pathology and clinical trials research.
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retained and extended his lead at the top of the overall table on 214 points.
While Anna Maria Keogh and Paul Hudson have swapped places in the top 5.
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