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Monday, September 21, 2015

Successful September events at WIT

On September 17th, Wato organised a training event for schools at the WIT sports campus at Carriganore. This was the first time the pitch area was used. Thank you to all the helpers: Sally, Norman, Elizabeth, Laura, Brid, Liisa and TY students from Newtown.
Almost 400 took part from Fenor NS, Christchurch NS, Newtown JS, St John of Gods, Ursuline, Colaiste cois Suire and Newtown.
Thanks to Norman for the pix.


The South east league event on 20th September was well attended by cubs and scouts with over 100 entrants. Ella Murphy and Sarah Heery from St Pauls scouts were the first home on the short course. Thomas Callery edged out Jonathan Pim and Jerry Sullivan on the long course. Liisa Honkasaari came home ahead of Bridget Coffey and Kyle Sullivan on the medium course.










Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Doneraile event

Please support our neighbours in Cork O and Jim Callnan in particular with the annual memorial event at Doneraile park.

Our next Wato event is at Carriganore WIT campus on 20th September with start times between 11 and 1. 

If you are involved with schools, there is a schools training event at the sports campus on 17th September. Check out the IOSG blog

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Summer series


Pat and Eoin starting at Woodstock
The summer series ended up in Kennedy park at the end of heritage week. Whilst not originally planned, it proved successful with good numbers making it worthwhile. Thank you to all those who helped at each of the events. It cannot happen without you.

Is the medium really that long?
...those young upstarts,JC

A number of our juniors joined with those from BOC and others for training with Josh O'Sullivan Hourihan on the Tramore dunes.
Is that all of the map?
running corridors

group photo in Tramore

well what route did you take?
well deserved lunch with J and A