• Welcome

    Welcome to AlanFeeley.com

    Alan's Sports Extravaganza is a one-day event to be held on August 2nd 2014 in the UL North Campus.

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  • About Alan

    Find out more about Alan Feeley

    Alan Feeley was an organ donor and gave the gift of life, read his story by clicking below.

    About Alan
  • Registration Open

    Tournament Registration Open!

    Polish the boots, get your team together and Register for the Tag Rugby tournament now!

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  • By your Ball ticket

    Get your Ball ticket online now!

    Start picking your outfit and purchase your 'Slick and Stylish' Ball ticket by clicking below. Tickets Available until JUNE 30th.

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  • Organ Donation

    Learn more about Organ Donation

    Read some articles and stories related to Organ Donation in Ireland - make sure to carry a Donor Card.

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Alan's Sports Extravagnaza

Day Event

Have a look at all the fun free* activites we have planned.

Night Event - Ball

Find out more about the 'Slick and Stylish' Ball by clicking here.
Tickets SOLD OUT!

About Alan

Read Alan's biography and see where the inspiration for the event came from.

Organ Donation

Check out some information about Organ Donation in Ireland.

Tag Rugby Registration  Purchase Ball Tickets  Make a Donation

How do I get involved?

Enter a Tag rugby team and come along for the free daytime activities!

 

I've registered a team but I need to pay remaining fees!

We'll pop out a form for you to complete your Tag Team Registration:

 

Alternatively, you can donate to our cause!

We are raising funds to promote organ donation via the Irish Kidney Association.

The Symbol

The symbol for 'Alan's Sports Extravaganza' is the tattoo Alan designed himself and had on his left shoulder blade. It represents many of the characteristics that defined Alan. In simple terms, it is two people jumping for a ball, relating to Alan's love of sport and competitiveness.

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