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Dubs To Wear Suicide Prevention Logo On Jerseys For First Championship Match

Dubs To Wear Suicide Prevention Logo On Jerseys For First Championship Match
By Will Slattery Updated

The Dublin football and hurling teams will wear a suicide prevention logo on their jerseys for their opening match in this year's championship. It's a good step to promote suicide awareness among young adult males and fair play to Vodafone for allowing their logo to be removed for the games. The joint initiative is between Dublin GAA and Pieta house with the agreement of Vodafone. The campaign "Mind Our Men" will ask Dublin GAA clubs to put forward up to four men or women to for a half-day of suicide prevention training under the MIND UR BUDDY programme. (Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE)

 

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