Dundalk FC kitman Noel Walsh is hoping to raise funds for the Harry Taaffe Mental Health and Wellbeing Programme when he takes part in this year’s Dublin City Marathon.

The programme, which was set up by Dundalk FC, in conjunction with Fyffes and the Taaffe family, honours the memory of the club’s groundsman and videographer who tragically passed away by suicide in July 2020.

Noel, pictured above with his son Darragh who is wearing a t-shirt of Harry at the FAI Cup final in 2020, will run the marathon on October 30th and the proceeds from the GoFundMe will be donated to the programme which is designed to educate and increase awareness about mental health and to try and challenge the stigma associated with mental health difficulties.

You can make a donation at the GoFundMe page here.