Wicklow

| 14.7°C Dublin

Running in Roundwood for Lakers club

Close

Sharon Wheeler and William Belton.

Sharon Wheeler and William Belton.

From left: 5th Michael Flores, 4th Shane Warner, 2nd Darren Cullen, 1st Robin Mooney, 3rd Shane McCarthy, 6th Shane Gavin were the first six men home.

From left: 5th Michael Flores, 4th Shane Warner, 2nd Darren Cullen, 1st Robin Mooney, 3rd Shane McCarthy, 6th Shane Gavin were the first six men home.

Paul Cadwell and Paul Duffy crossing the bridge.

Paul Cadwell and Paul Duffy crossing the bridge.

Lakers Reservoir Run. First three ladies home, from left: 2nd Isobel Lynch, 1st Brianne Mulvihill, 3rd Emily Harty

Lakers Reservoir Run. First three ladies home, from left: 2nd Isobel Lynch, 1st Brianne Mulvihill, 3rd Emily Harty

Daire with Tom, Orla and Linda Murphy at the Lakers Reservoir Run.

Daire with Tom, Orla and Linda Murphy at the Lakers Reservoir Run.

First three ladies home: 2nd Isobel Lynch, 1st Brianne Mulvihill, 3rd Emily Harty.

First three ladies home: 2nd Isobel Lynch, 1st Brianne Mulvihill, 3rd Emily Harty.

David and Paul Gannon with Declan Moloney.

David and Paul Gannon with Declan Moloney.

Sean and Henry Ward get ready to cheer on runner Jessica Molloy.

Sean and Henry Ward get ready to cheer on runner Jessica Molloy.

/

Sharon Wheeler and William Belton.

braypeople

Amateur athletes returned to the trails on Saturday, September 12, with the Roundwood Reservoir 10km challenge for Lakers.

Robin Mooney came first, with a time of 36.01. The first woman in was Brianne Mulvihill, at 43.57.

A host of volunteers ensured that it was a great day of activity. Organisers wish to thank sponsors SuperValu Bray, the Roundwood Inn, Outdoor Adventure Store and Bray Adventures.

As one event finishes, another is in the offing, with the return of the Lakers Glendalough Walks on Saturday, October 16.

This is Wicklow Newsletter

The local stories that matter in the Garden County, delivered directly to your inbox every week

This field is required

They are offering all three guided walks this year. All funds raised will go towards fuelling buses for the next year.

The buses transport members of Lakers to and from their activities, allowing them to return to sports and socialise safely.

The Bray-based sports and recreation club is for adults and children who have an intellectual disability.

The three routes range from easy to hard, with distances ranging from 3 km to 9 km. To sign up go to lakers.ie.

One of the walks is wheelchair friendly.

All walkers who take part are asked to either fundraise online, offer a donation, or avail of our sponsorship cards which will be sent out with registration confirmation.


Privacy