GAP Group donate 30 tickets for London Irish match to local charities

GAP Group has donated tickets to see Reading-based London Irish rugby club play on Boxing Day to two local charities.

GAP Group’s Tim Maloney personally delivered 30 tickets, donated by London Irish owners Mick Crossan and Phil Cusack, to the charities alongside London Irish player Tom Smallbone, who plays in the Prop position.

The charities who were in receipt of the tickets were the Duchess of Kent House Charity, a local hospice that provides specialist palliative care services, and the Daisy Dream charity which supports children and their families who have been affected by life threatening illness or bereavement of someone close to them.

The Boxing Day fixture will see London Irish take on London Welsh as part of the Aviva Premiership league at the Madejski Stadium.

London Irish President Mick Crossan commented: “Phil and I were more than happy to work with our sponsors GAP Group on this initiative and we hope all of those attending the game on Boxing Day enjoy the experience put on by the London Irish family.”

Tim Maloney, Hire Sales Coordinator at GAP Group’s Reading Depot, said;

These charities offer support to so many people when they need it most and we are very grateful to London Irish for giving us an opportunity to reward these deserving causes for all their hard work.