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Bressie shaves it all off for charity!

Tuesday, 18th February, 2014 11:35am
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Bressie shaves it all off for charity!

Photo courtesy of Inpho Photography

Bressie shaves it all off for charity!

Photo courtesy of Inpho Photography

Voice of Ireland coach Bressie will shave his locks this Friday night as part Today FM’s Shave or Dye campaign.

The Mullingar man said that as an ambassador for LARCC, he will be raising funds for both the Lakeside Area Retreat and Cancer Centre in Westmeath, and the Irish Cancer Society.

“I am delighted to be involved with the incredible Shave or Dye event on Today FM in aid of the Irish Cancer Society,” Niall commented today.

“Any donation no matter how small is hugely appreciated.”

The last time Bressie had a shaved head was when he played for the Leinster Rugby team in 2002.

Bressie’s fundraising target is €500.

If you would like to sponsor the shave please go to for details.

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