The Irish contingent are showng a united front in the face of traumatic events
Following the terrible attrocities in Brussels this week, the Belgium GAA club has posted noteworthy photos illustrating their willingess to fearlessly continue playing the sport they love.
Over 30 fatalities were caused by two separate explosions in Brussels while hundreds of people were left injured. Thankfully, no Irish people were caught up in the blasts but those who are currently based in the city are exhibiting all the attributes of a brave community who have a strong desire to carry on.
The Belgium GAA club have posted photos on their social media outlets of the team gathered at training sessions in the days after the bombings.
Despite this week’s awful events in Brussels, we’re carrying on playing the sports we love, in the city we love. pic.twitter.com/fj8MEFWnh5— Belgium GAA (@BelgiumGAA) March 24, 2016
The club have also released an official statement in which the club chairman sympathised with all those affected by the bombings.
“We all know it could have been any of us at the airport or on that metro so let’s be thankful for everything we have and help anyone else who needs it. Thanks also to all our friends in the GAA world at home, in Europe and around the world who have been in touch — your support is much appreciated.
“These lunatics will not win; we will continue our lives in this city we love and which so many of us call home. Sport will continue to be a huge part of our lives and bring us closer together. Take care out there and be safe.”