SARI are supporting the 2nd annual Beach Cricket Festival led by the Volcano Sports Club and Dundalk Cricket Club in partnership with the NGO Integration through Sports, Arts and Culture (Unitas). The event will take place at Bettystown/Laytown Beach on Saturday 30th July. The event is supported by Cricket Ireland, Sport Against Racism Ireland (SARI), Dublin Community TV, DAA Charity Team and WISAC.

This event will also see Ladies Cricket organised by W.I.S.A.C. (Women's Integration through Sports, Arts and Culture team) alongside the traditional Indian game Khabadi. Please bring along your family for this fun day out so all the family can have a great time. For every player there is a charge of 15 euros which  includes food, T-shirts, Trohpies for winners, balls for the matches etc. Matches will be played with a ball that is like a tennis ball so any one who wants to try cricket for the first time is most welcome. We are also planning to have volleyball games so if you are into volleyball why not come along.With the summer upon us this is one event you don't want to miss out on ...

There will be raffles and prizes. All proceeds will be donated to the charity 3Ts - Turn The Tide of Suicide - which raises awareness about the problem of suicide in Ireland.

To register click here

To see more info and gallery from last year's event click here