Leinster Rugby charity partners, the Down Syndrome Centre, are giving supporters the chance to claim one of five pairs of premium level tickets for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final against Ulster at Aviva Stadium on Saturday, 30 March (KO 5.45pm).

The game is completely sold out, so this is the only way to get your hands on tickets before next week’s highly-anticipated Interprovincial clash.

To be in with a chance of claiming the tickets you will need to enter the Down Syndrome Centre’s World Down Syndrome Day Silent Auction.

To submit your bid, email emma@downsyndromcentre.ie.

Down Syndrome Centre

The Down Syndrome centre has launched a new campaign to mark World Down Syndrome Day called ‘I Could Be’.

‘I Could Be’ is about supporting a brighter future for people with Down syndrome.

The campaign aims to promote the message that while people with Down syndrome need additional supports, they have innate potential, skills, talents and unique perspectives to bring to society and to a chosen profession.

The campaign features 18 children with Down syndrome aged between 6 and 16.

Find out more about the campaign here and help us spread this positive #ICouldBe message by sharing on social media.

Down Syndrome Centre


The Down Syndrome Centre provides services and supports to enable children with Down syndrome to have the same opportunities in life as their peers, to feel included in society and to reach their full potential.

100% of their funding comes through fundraising.

They provide services to over 200 children per week and services include a wide range of therapies, workshops and camps accessible to children all over Ireland.

The centre is a place for parents to meet, get information and advice, make friends and build support networks and communities.

To find out more about the Down Syndrome Centre, visit downsyndromecentre.ie.

To learn more about our charity partners, or to find out how Leinster Rugby can support your cause, visit leinsterrugby.ie/charitypartners.