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Ballyhegan Park n Stride

posted 20 Jun 2012, 06:49 by Shaun-Marty Lawless   [ updated 10 Jul 2012, 05:43 ]

Ballyhegan Davitt's GAC, in conjunction with Marie Curie Cancer Care present the first annual Ballyhegan Park n Stride. A 10K run and 5K walk/run on Saturday 14th July 2012.



Pictured below at the launch of the first Annual Ballyhegan Park n Stride 10k run and 5k run/walk are former Armagh Captain Paul McGrane and current Armagh player Clodagh McCann. Speaking at the launch Paul said “We at Ballyhegan Davitt's recognise the invaluable work of the Marie Curie Cancer Care team and we are privileged to share the proceeds from this event with such a worthy cause. I would urge all our members and friends from around the County to sign up to take part in what will be a really enjoyable day.”

Dorothy Scott from Marie Curie Cancer Care (Craigavon Fundraising Group) praised Ballyhegan for this initiative and said “We at Marie Curie Cancer Care are delighted that Ballyhegan GAC have undertaken to raise much needed funds for our services to the terminally ill. We are so heavily dependent on the generosity of voluntary support that initiatives like this are very warmly welcomed. I wish Ballyhegan every success with this event.”

The route of the 10k run will take the competitors past the famous Ballyhegan orchards to a circuit within the stunning Loughgall Country Park and back to the Ballyhegan club-rooms for the presentation and a barbecue.


To Enter Online: http://www.athleticsni.org/Fixtures/Ballyhegan-Park-N-Stride-5k-and-10k

Alternatively for postal entries, download a form here: Downloads

left to right: Tony Keegan (Ballyhegan Davitts GAC Senior player & Secreatary, Clodagh McCann (Ballyhegan & Armagh Senior Ladies), Dorothy Scott (Marie Curie Cancer) & Paul McGrane (Former Senior Ballyhegan & Armagh All Ireland winner & two time All Star)
Pictured Left to Right: Tony Keegan (Senior Ballyhegan Player & Club Secretary), Clodagh McCann (Senior Ballyhegan & Armagh player), Dorothy Scott (Marie Curie) & Paul McGrane (Former Ballyhegan & Armagh Captain)






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