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Robbie O’Flynn talks about Cork hurlers fundraising for Marymount Hospice

The Erins Own star speaks about his mother working for a hospice, and then later chats about hurling for the Rebels County.

The Erin’s Own man is leading a fundraising initiative for Marymount Hospice, where his mother Marie works. The Cork team and management are taking part in a 42-hour Solo-Run this weekend on April 25 and 26.
Their target is €50,000 and you can donate through their Gofundme site. You can also follow their progress through their Instagram and Facebook accounts where Solo Run videos will be uploaded. You can like and share using hashtag #thesolorun.
O’Flynn also chats about his four seasons as a Cork senior, his red card against Galway, and Seamus Harnedy’s chance against Limerick in 2018.

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