Séamus Harnedy fundraising for Cope Foundation

7 July 2020
By Tom Collins
tom@TheCork.ie

News in brief

Cork senior hurler Séamus Harnedy has a sister called Cáit, who is supported by Cope Foundation.

Séamus says he appreciates how 2,800 people with disabilities in Cork benefit from the well-known charity.

Séamus is taking part in the ‘5 Peaks 1 Week’ challenge. The five mountains being targeted are the highest in Munster. They include Carrauntoohil, Galtymore, Knockmealdown, Moylussa, and Knockboy.

Cork Senior Hurler, Séamus Harnedy has a fundraising goal as he forms his team for Cope Foundation’s 5 Peaks 1 Week Challenge. Pictured here with his sister Cáit Harnedy in Pairc Ui Chaoimh
Picture Darragh Kane

Cork Senior Hurler, Séamus Harnedy has a fundraising goal as he forms his team for Cope Foundation’s 5 Peaks 1 Week Challenge. Pictured here with his sister Cáit Harnedy, fellow Imokilly hurler, Brian Mulcahy and his brother, Colm Mulcahy in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Picture Darragh Kane
Cork Senior Hurler, Séamus Harnedy has a fundraising goal as he forms his team for Cope Foundation’s 5 Peaks 1 Week Challenge. Pictured here with his sister Cáit Harnedy, fellow Imokilly hurler, Brian Mulcahy and his brother, Colm Mulcahy in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Picture Darragh Kane
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