*Ireland’s Fittest Family mentors Derval O’Rourke, Donncha O’Callaghan, Anna Geary and Davy Fitzgerald, with presenter Mairead Ronan

THE producers of TV show Ireland’s Fittest Family have put the call out for Clare families to get involved in this year’s series.

“Over the last seven years we’ve only seen two families from Clare take part in the competition. The McCarthys from Inagh were runners-up in Season four and three years ago, the Guilfoyles from Ennis made it to the quarter-finals stage. Is there Clare a family who can go all the way this year?,” said a spokesperson for the show.

Ireland’s Fittest Family is a competition reality show where families from all over the country compete against each other for the chance to win €15,000.

All of the families are mentored by a panel of respected coaches; Davy Fitzgerald, Derval O’Rourke, Anna Geary and Donncha O’Callaghan.

It’s back! Time to put your fitness to the test. ??

Have your family got what it takes to be #IrelandsFittestFamily 2020?

www.rte.ie/irelandsfittestfamily

Posted by RTÉ One on Friday, 29 May 2020

Given the current Covid-19 pandemic, the production will follow HSE guidelines to ensure that strict social distancing and health and safety is adhered to throughout the competition by all crew and families taking part.

The online application form can be found at rte.ie/irelandsfittestfamily

Any questions can be emailed to fittestfamily@animotv.ie or call the production team on 085 837 5387.

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