O’Flynn Exhams attend Cope Foundation Golf Classic 2017

Pictured at the event are Shane Crossan, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams, and Micheál Ó Mulláin, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams, with Catherine Field, Chairperson of Cope Foundation’s Board of Directors, and Peter Whyte, OSG Vericlaim.

O’Flynn Exhams was delighted to support this year’s Cope Foundation Golf Classic, a long-standing partnership between Cope Foundation and our firm.

It was the 21st year of the O’Flynn Exhams-sponsored Golf Classic, which has raised over €1.6 million to date. The funds raised from this year’s Golf Classic will go towards short breaks services for those with intellectual disabilities and/or autism and their families.

56 teams took part over the two days at Cork Golf Club, with Micheál Ó Mulláin, Shane Crossan, Conor Lupton, Sion Williams, Cian Duane and Frank O’Flynn representing O’Flynn Exhams.   

The overall winning team was Manlift Hire, who accepted the Bord Gais Perpetual Trophy at Cork Golf Club. The team was represented by Donal Delaney, Noel O’Keeffe, Tim O’Donovan and Jim Hurley.  

Speaking about this year’s event, Micheál Ó Mulláin, Partner, from O’Flynn Exhams said: “We were delighted to once again sponsor the Cope Foundation Golf Classic which is always an enjoyable event for all concerned. Cope Foundation continues to provide vital services to the people of Cork City and County and it was great to see so many from the Cork business community support this worthy cause”

Pictured (from left): Sean Abbott, Cope Foundation CEO , John Clifford, Cope Foundation Head of Fundraising; Michéal Ó Mulláin, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors; John Punch, Cope Foundation and Shane Crossan, Partner O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors.

John Clifford, Head of Fundraising at Cope Foundation, commented: “It was a fantastic success with plenty of golfing talent displayed, outstanding comradery and of course, a lot of competition!  

“Funds raised from the Golf Classic will go towards our short breaks and respite services – which are currently in huge demand. We are so grateful for the support we received, not only from the Teams, but also from the very kind donors that supported the event with generous contributions. With such support, we are confident that we will reach our €40,000 net target.”