A Common Goal - Community clean up

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A Common Goal - Community clean up

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The rivalry. Merciless slagging and bragging. Arguments about key calls. There’s plenty about our league that makes us passionately stake our claim as individuals. But also, so much of it that brings us together. Clubs, Players, Fans all united by a common goal to protect and grow our leagues and our communities.

This month our 3 league players Keith Buckley (Bohemians), Shauna Fox (Galway United) and Jack Keaney (UCD), will compete in 4 challenges to clean up their communities. Follow their progress every week as they take on a new challenge to hero the positive action they’re making towards our common goal.

Week 1 - Plogging

Week one sees our players take on the challenge of plogging. They're joining the plogging movement and picking up litter as they run. 

Week 2 - Help a neighbour

It's week two of the community clean challenge and our players have been helping their neighbours with tasks around the garden.

Week 3 - Litter pick in the local park

Week three is about highlighting the small steps each of us can take to help Ireland's litter problem. Our players brought the community clean to their local parks and waterways. 

Week 4 - Organise a litter pick

Week four shows our players being leaders in their community by organising their very own litter picking group. 


3 players, 4 challenges, 4 weeks and one small step towards #ACommonGoal. But who came out on top!?

We can bring together the clubs, players, and fans and through small collective actions make our communities stronger to build a better future for all.