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Support Special Olympics on 13th April

We're hosting a fundraiser for Special Olympics Ireland on Friday 13th April & we need your support!

Buy a ticket for just €10 now - your ticket includes your admission and race programme and a Buster Ticket (your entry into a fantastic prize draw). 

All of your €10 will be donated to Special Olympics Ireland so why not support them and enjoy a great night out as a reward!

We'll also have a Retired Greyhound Show on the night. 

Video: Launch of the Special Olympics Fundraiser

Buy your ticket to the Special Olympics Fundraising event

Competition Prizes

There's plenty of great prizes to be won on the night. Here's just a little flavour of what you might win:

  • Hotel Vouchers for Ireland getaways
  • €100.00 Shopping voucher
  • 4 Day Trips to Irish attractions
  • Jewellery & Silverware Goody Bags
  • ....and lots more

What is a Buster Ticket?

A Buster Ticket is your unique entry into the competition draw. In each race with 6 Greyhounds there are 720 different winning combinations, such as:

1,2,3,4,5,6
6,5,4,3,2,1
1,6,2,5,3,4
....and the other 717!

Each person who buys a ticket for the event will be assigned one of these unique combinations. On the night of the fundraising event, we'll have a designated Buster Race. The person(s) with the winning combination from that race will win - it's as simple as that. 

Pictured at the launch of the Special Olympics Fundraising event at Shelbourne Park are Alan Redmond, Paul Aherne, Nicole Redmond, Larry O'Shea, Matt English, Michael O'Keefe, Elena Bruton, Ken Mann and the face of the 2018 games, Rebecha McAuley

*Buster Draw is dependant on ticket sales - if over 720 tickets are sold, we may add a second round of Buster combination or a mini Buster (360) with the combinations of the first three finishers. 

Buy your ticket to the Special Olympics Fundraising event

Special Olympics Ireland Games

The Special Olympics Ireland Games take place in Dublin this summer. Running from the 14th to the 17th June, the event will welcome 1,600 athletes from across the island of Ireland. 

Competing across 13 different sports, the athletes will be hoping to qualify for the World Games in Abu Dhabi in 2019. 

Find out more about the 2018 Ireland Games and the work that the Special Olympics does by visiting their website.