In 2011 the club continued to grow and moved their classes to the hall in St John the Baptist National School, before getting too big again for that and finally leasing out their own full-time unit in Knockgriffin Industrial Estate in 2012.
Then centre back Timmy Geaney strode forward to convert for Carraig before two more from Beausang had Russell Rovers in front for the first time.
Those taking part in the quirky fundraiser, will be put to the test by taking part in a variety of stomach challenging bush tucker and tension filled physical trials in a bid to be ultimately crowned the King or Queen of the Jungle!
Cork sporting legend and physiotherapist, Rena Buckley, has launched Team Arthritis Ireland for The Echo Women’s Mini Marathon. The 18-times All-Ireland winner said, “The 6km mini marathon could be a positive goal for someone with...
Since its inception in 2001, Tour de Munster has raised over €2.78 million for its beneficiaries, with almost €2.3 million for DSI alone. This year’s tour was a special year as it celebrated the tenth year with Down Syndrome Ireland Munster branches as the main beneficiary of the tour.
John Kelly and Michelle McGrath travelled over for the Ballycotton ‘10’ Road Race in 1991, both as members of two different Liverpool running clubs. Staying in Seaspray Guesthouse in the village, love blossomed and three years later they married – and even spent part of their honeymoon back where their romance began.
The four-day charity cycle takes place from Thursday, August 8th to Sunday, August 11th and will see over 120 amateur cyclists cycle over 600km around the six counties of Munster, raising funds for the Munster branches of DSI and individual beneficiaries.
In advance of the big day, the organisers have also just released images of the race merchandise, which will be on offer for all finishers.