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Friday 15 December 2017

Ladies hoping for a date with sexy Sheehans

Robert and Brendan Sheehan
Robert and Brendan Sheehan
Robert Sheehan
Brendan Sheehan

FIVE lucky ladies could soon be enjoying a Sheehan sandwich with acting legend Robert Sheehan and his hunky brother Brendan.

Love/Hate hero Robert (27) is taking a group of women out to dinner this weekend - and you could meet them and his brother for cocktails beforehand.

The star is keeping his promise to charity Debra Ireland when he is on a visit home. The actor agreed to take out ladies who had fund-raised for the organisation's Mini Marathon last year.

Now anyone who signs up for this year's event this week can join the group for a tipple on Saturday at a Dublin city centre location.

A total of five ladies who sign up to fundraise and run/walk/crawl the VHI Women's Mini Marathon for DEBRA Ireland between today and Thursday are in the running for the prize.

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Robert Sheehan

Cocktails are taking place on Saturday March 21 in a Dublin city centre location.

Robert will be joined by his brother Brendan - a personal trainer who will be on hand for tips to prepare for the marathon.

Brendan said: "Rob and I are really looking forward to going for cocktails this Saturday. Delighted to help such a worthy cause who do great work for those living with EB".

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Brendan Sheehan with girlfriend Joy

 

To enter register with Susan in DEBRA Ireland 01 412 6924 and she will send out a fundraising pack or register online by going to www.debraireland.org

You can also book your place online at http://www.vhiwomensminimarathon.ie or by filling out the registration form in the Herald every Wednesday and Saturday.

Anyone who fundraises for Debra at the VHI Mini Marathon on Monday 1 June will help the group raise much needed funds so DEBRA can continue to invest in research.

DEBRA Ireland is the only charity which provides patient support services and drives research and cures for those living with EB (epidermolysis bullosa).

EB is a painful condition which causes skin to tear and blister at the slightest touch. There are currently no treatments or cures for EB but DEBRA Ireland will use your money to help change that.

By taking part you will also receive a DEBRA t-shirt and butterfly wings, pre-race bag drop-off and complimentary refreshments at post-race butterfly party.

cmurphy@herald.ie

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