17 May, 13:32
A selection of players from the Daughters of Charity in Munster recently took part in a challenge match at Garryowen Rugby Club.
The “Family Literacy Scheme” has been developed to encourage young people to read books in their own recreational time. Mayfield Community School Principal, Tony Walsh, spoke on the importance of parents also taking the time to read with their children for their own personal development with an added benefit of spending quality family time together.
Former pupil of Mayfield Community School James Coughlan took the opportunity to visit his old school with Munster prop Darragh Hurley. Also present were Women’s Rugby Officer Amanda Greensmith and Domestic Rugby Manager Ultan O’Callaghan.
Munster players Darragh Hurley and James Coughlan pictured with Principal Tony Walsh and teacher Kevin Cahill at the Mayfield Community School.
Munster prop Darragh Hurley, Women's Community Rugby Officer Amanda Greensmith, Domestic Rugby Manager Ultan O'Callaghan and Munster player James Coughlan pictured with pupils of the Mayfield Community School