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SARI CONDEMNS BEHAVIOUR OF CHELSEA FANS
SARI condemns the racist behaviour of a small group of Chelsea fans in Paris on Tuesday evening. Our colleagues at Kick It Out in the UK have been working hard with the club to eliminate racist behaviour and the club itself have been making a serious effort for some years to promote diversity and challenge racism. But this goes to show that we need to re-double our efforts to use the positive power of the game to rid our societies of racism and all forms of discrimination.
SARI SOCCERNITES 2015
SARI Soccernites 2014/15 season continues every Friday evening at Dublin City Council Clontarf Road pitches from 5.30pm till 7pm. Just next to the DART station and easy access on the following bus routes: 31, 32, 42, 43,15, 27a, 27b and many more. For more info please contact the SARI office or Kerrie Clohessy on 086.2652175
UNITED THROUGH SPORT
WORLD FOOTBALL FIVES ROAD TO DUBAI
There are still a few places left for the World Football Fives qualifying tournament which will take place in Irishtown, Dublin on Sunday 8th March at 12.30. The winners of the tournament willqualify for the Irish F5WC National Finals and win a branded kit. The winners of the National Finals will qualify for a 3-4 day all inclusive trip to Dubai to represent Ireland at the World Championships... Read More››
SARI 'TRAD AGAINST RACISM' GALA FUNDRAISER
Many thanks to all the artists who performed at the SARI Trad Against Racism gig on Wednesday night at St. Michan's Church as part of the Temple Bar TradFest: Leonard Barry and guests, Hare Squead, Twin Headed Wolves, The Young Folk, Loah, Lisa O'Neill, Mundy and Glen Hansard - you were all amazing and created a magical experience. We really appreciate all your support....
DEPORTED, ATTACKED AND LEFT TO DIE
Harrowing piece by Lorna Siggins in a recent edition of The Irish Times about Mohamed Sleyum Ali - A Somali asylum-seeker who was deported earlier this year from Ireland to Tanzania and died a few hours after arriving there. Mohamed "was passionate about sport" and a very big football fan:http://tinyurl.com/nwbj755
HIJABS ANDHAT-TRICKS WORKSHOP
Great turn-out for Hijabs & Hat Tricks workshop at SARI resource centre. Hijabs and Hat-tricks was started early in 2014 by SARI Young Leaders Abdul Hajji and Abdul Abdallah to encourage more young Muslim women to play football....
SARI, DON BOSCO, PETER McVERRY AND CROSSCARE XMAS FRIENDLY
Many thanks to Don Bosco House for organising the Xmas friendly between SARI, Peter McVerry Trust, Crosscare and Don Bosco. It was a great evening. Thanks too for the food and player awards - all provided by Don Bosco. Great to see the Love/Hate Coola Boola Xmas hats on show. You can purchase on the RTE website. All proceeds donated to SARI and Peter McVerry Trust.