07 Oct 2022

Niall & Enda on the run for Hospice

Niall Kilcrann and Enda Daly
On the October Bank Holiday Monday, Niall Kilcrann and Enda Daly will run the Dublin marathon in aid of the Mayo/Roscommon Hospice Foundation.

On the October Bank Holiday Monday, Niall Kilcrann and Enda Daly will run the Dublin marathon in aid of the Mayo/Roscommon Hospice Foundation.

The Kilglass & Roscommon Gaels club men are also members of the Roscommon senior football management team and as Hospice is the main charity of the team they are eager to do their bit as well.

Hospice as we all know does allot of great work in not only Mayo & Roscommon but also all around the country, and the lads are asking for your help in order for them to help those who help others on a daily basis.

The lads are selling fundraising tickets with the following prizes & sponsors below. The tickets are priced at €5 and are available from Niall & Enda & also in local retail outlets in Rooskey & Roscommon.

1ST Prize: €500 sponsored by P&G cards Athleague , Cox’s Bar Rooskey & CJ’S bar Rooskey; 2nd Prize: overnight stay & round of golf in the Glasson Golf Hotel; 3rd Prize: 2 tickets to the 2013 GAA-GPA All star awards; 4th Prize: 2 tickets to the 2013 lGFA All Star Awards; 5th Prize: 2013 signed international rules jersey; 6TH Prize: Signed inter county jersey of your choice.

Draw will take place in Cox’s Bar Rooskey on Friday, October 25, with a number of GAA stars of the past and present attending on the night as well as the visit of some silverware as well.

There will be music & refreshments on the night as well. Anyone who wants to buy tickets can contact Niall on 0877640679 or Enda on 086 3355067.

Padraig’s charity run

Pádraig Belton will be passing through Leitrim next Friday and Saturday as he undertakes an unaccompanied charity jog down the length of Ireland, 400 miles from Malin to Mizen, from October 1, to 12, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Padraig will over-night in Ballinamore on the night of October 4, having ran that day from Enninskillen, a total of 24.1 miles, and the next day, he will cover 25.7 miles as he makes his way to Longford.

More information about his route is online at .

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