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Final Call to join Team MS Ireland: Flora Women's Mini Marathon

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Thursday April 10 2014 12:46 PM

It's hard to believe but it's that time of year again to pull out and dust off the old trainers, shorts and sweatbands and take part in the Flora Women's Mini Marathon. Dont be shy ladies, round up your friends and colleagues and run the Mini Marathon for Team MS Ireland. It's always a fun-filled, feel good day and this year will be no different. 

This year we have our biggest team to date but more importantly our team members are the most amazing women you could meet. They are helping to raise vital funds for MS Ireland in order to provide the much needed care and services to those people living with MS and their families in Ireland

Don't worry though if you haven't already signed up as the closing date for registration is next week - 18th June. If you want to join Team MS Ireland for the event then you can go directly to the Flora Mini Marathon website to register. After you have registered then make your way to our website where you can register for our Marathon info pack.

The Flora Women's Mini Marathon takes place on Monday June 2nd of the Bank Holiday Weekend. We also have some fantatstic prizes up for grabs for those who participate through MS Ireland such as a weekend away for the highest individual fundraiser. Check out our full selection of prizes here.

Caroline Morahan, MS Ireland's ambassador for the event, wanted to wish all our ladies good luck when she said "A massive thank you must go to all the ladies running, jogging or walking this year for MS Ireland and I wish them the best of luck".

If you have already registered and want to receive additional sponsorship cards, t-shirts or anything else you might need then send an email to: caitrionah@ms-society.ie.

A big thank you to all those who have already signed up to join our team and if you still want to do so then hurry across to the Flora website to complete your registration.

Good Luck and Best Wishes to all our ladies on team MS Ireland. We truly appreciate your efforts!

Author: MS Ireland

Tags: minimarathon, msireland, exercise

Comments

Gerard Waldron

Saturday April 12 2014 18:59

Hi MS Ireland,

I intend to run the 2014 Dublin Marathon this year and I'm looking for some sponsorship cards in order to raise a bit of money for MS Ireland. Would you be able to sort me out?

If so, I'm living over in England so would it be possible to get the cards sent over here?

Regards,
Gerard Waldron

MS Ireland

Monday April 14 2014 12:22

Hi Gerard,

That's fantastic thanks so much for joining Team MS Ireland:)

Caitriona our Treks and Challenges coordinator will be in touch with you via email.

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