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Tuesday 24 October 2017

Village stages Giro by any other name

By David tucker

A charity cycle event 'La Ruta Del Murrintowneo' is due to take place on Sunday, June 26.

The 40km event starts in Murrintown at 10 a.m. heading for Duncormick, Cullenstown, Carrig-on Bannow and return, while the 100km event will take in Murrintown, Duncormick, Cullenstown, Carrig on Bannow, Wellington Bridge, Ramsgrange, Duncannon, Hook Head, Fethard on Sea, Saltmills, Wellington Bridge and return to Murrintown. A 5km event will take place for younger cyclists. There will be up to 200 people taking part with the last finisher at 4 p.m. All monies raised at the event will go to the local school, local community centre and Wexford Hospice Homecare.

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