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Nice Day For A Cycle


Thursday March 14 2013 12:26 PM

Gowlin Cycling will hold its annual charity cycling event on the 18th March in aid of the Carlow Voluntary Branch of MS Ireland 

Tom Doran organiser of this annual cycle, got the idea after taking part in a cycle for Crumlin Children’s Hospital. This will be the 3rd year that the cycle has taken place. Last year about 80 cyclists participated including John McDermott, Branch Chairman of the Carlow Voluntary Branch. Sponsorship cards have been circulated to all members of the branch, please show your support.

Registration will begin at 8.30am. The 90k & 40k event will start at Borris GAA Field. The 90k kicks off at 9.30am and the 40k at 10.am. For more details contact Tom Doran on 087 2626009 or log on to www.gowlincycling.ie

Author: MS ireland


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