Following on from the success of the 2013 event, Clare Camogie will once again hold a fashion extravaganza. Throw in is at 20:00 with doors opening at 19:30 on November 22nd with Treaceys West County Hotel hosting the event.
Kymari, Freya, Pamela Scott, Carrig Donn, Club Dangan, Patrick Bourkes Menswear, Bennetton are just some of the boutiques who will be showcasing their style on the night. Sparks will be the interval entertainment while there will also be a raffle on the night featuring some excellent spot prizes. Some of the prizes up for grabs include; 4 ball of golf in Woodstock & Shannon Golf Clubs, Clarins Hamper, Yankee Candle hamper, Knox Restaurant dinner voucher, Paul Martyn hair & Body Treats beauty vouchers, and top prize is a flat screen television.
Last year’s event generated in excess of €12,000 and all of the income from the upcoming event will go towards the development of Fr McNamara Camogie Field. Chairperson of Clare Camogie Joe Robbins says the response to the 2013 event was overwhelming, citing the support shown by all the local business and the numbers who attended on the night as being part of the reason for running a similar event again this year.
Pop up shops will be gathered throughout Treaceys West County on the night. The award winning duo of Clare FM commentator, Syl O Connor and Clare Camogie PRO Brid Mac Namara will serve as MC’s on the night.
Models on the night will include representatives from all camogie clubs in Clare along with some of the female referees in the County. Clare Senior Hurlers, Colm Galvin, Aaron Cunningham, David O Halloran and David Reidy will also be strutting their stuff on the night. If that wasn’t enough to wet the appetite, a number of sports journalists will be leaving their pens and paper at home as they make their debut on the catwalk. Pencilled in to showcase some of the outfits include; Dan Danaher of The Clare Champion and Michael O Connor will be representing The Clare Courier, The Clare People have yet to decide who their model will be. Reports suggest that The Clare Herald’s very own Páraic Mc Mahon will take to the catwalk on the night.
Tickets are priced at a very reasonable €20 and are available from all camogie clubs in Clare.