Clancy make donation to Dillon Quirke Foundation

Clancy were delighted to make a €2,000 donation to the Dillon Quirke Foundation at the recent Tipperary and Limerick game at FBD Semple Stadium in Thurles. The match honoured the memory of Tipperary’s Dillon Quirke, who died on the field in Thurles playing for his club Clonoulty Rossmore in a championship match in August 2022.

The Dillon Quirke Foundation is a registered charity working to raise awareness of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) and fund widespread cardiac screening for young people (aged 12-18) involved in sport.

On average, Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) takes 100 young lives in Ireland every year. Cardiac screening can help prevent SADS by identifying heart conditions at an early stage before they cause symptoms. The Foundation’s aim is to raise awareness and reduce the number of young people dying from SADS through a cardiac screening programme. The Foundation’s hope for Dillon’s legacy is that every young sports athlete, male and female in Ireland, will have mandatory screening for their heart.

Pictured before the game was Dan Quirke – Father of Dillon and Co-founder of the Foundation alongside Clancy Business Development Manager and Tipperary great Seamus Callanan.

You can make a contribution to the foundation at

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