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Tuesday 28 March 2017

Top athletes will run the Enniscorthy 10K

At the launch of the Slaney Olympic 10K were Aidan O'Leary, Skoda sales; Jane Porter, race director; Conor Arrigan, Creane & Creane, and Austin Codd, sales manager, Skoda
At the launch of the Slaney Olympic 10K were Aidan O'Leary, Skoda sales; Jane Porter, race director; Conor Arrigan, Creane & Creane, and Austin Codd, sales manager, Skoda

Sara Gahan

The Enniscorthy 10K race will take place on February 19 at 12 p.m. with hundreds expected to take part.

This is the 12th year of the race and is well supported by some of the top athletes in the country as well as runners from all the Wexford clubs. Walkers and keep fit enthusiasts are welcome to take part.

This could be the last year that the race will be held over the current course as the M11 Enniscorthy bypass will be crossing over the Oulart road and likely affect it, at least during construction.

The event is being sponsored jointly by Creane & Creane and Donohoe Skoda, with any profits from the race going to the Slaney Olympic AC development fund.

Pre-entry is €15 online at ruinireland.com and through My Sport Enniscorthy, or enter on the day for €20. Race registration will take place at Shamrocks GAA club in Clonhaston.

Enniscorthy Guardian

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