Accountants to take to their bikes

Published 18/08/2015 | 00:00

Ronan Sweeney, Ciara McEntee, Suki Gray, George Maloney, Aoife Fennell, Declan Walsh and Cian Brassil.
Ronan Sweeney, Ciara McEntee, Suki Gray, George Maloney, Aoife Fennell, Declan Walsh and Cian Brassil.

A group of 12 accountants will be soon be taking to the saddle for the Wexford Welcome Home Cycle in aid of the Peter McVerry Trust.

The team, who work for Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, are gearing up for the cycle on September 19.

'We are excited to be associated with this very worthy event again this year. Training is progressing well, new members are joining our team and we are good to go for Wexford next month,' said George Maloney, Restructuring and Recovery Partner at Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon

The Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon team have taken on the challenge as part of their charity fundraising campaign. Through participating in the gruelling cycle, they hope to raise €7,000 for the cause.

Commencing at UCD, the 141km journey will have the cyclists pedalling through Wicklow and then through many towns and villages in Wexford. The route will take them through Inch and Gorey, before they follow the old coast road to Ballycanew. The final stretch will see them cycle to Castlebridge and on to their final destination at White's of Wexford. Each team will receive a medal and enjoy a barbecue and live music.

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