Wednesday, 18th July 2012
Over 50 members of the St. Paul's Football Club took part in a 21k cycle to raise much needed funds for the Children's Hospital in Crumlin last Sunday. The lads were joined by people from all over St. Paul's Parish as they cycled to Tramore and back. The event was organised by Anthony Walsh and Ozzie O'Shea and Anthony was delighted with the turnout, "This was out second time holding this cycle for the Children's Hospital in Crumlin and once again the people of St. Paul's Parish and the football club have come out to support this worthwhile fundraiser, we would like to thank all the buisness people in the Parish and Paddy Brown's Bar and everybody who took a sponsorship card for giving us their support".
On the road for the 21k cycle from Paddy Brown's Bar to Tramore and back were members of the St Paul's Soccer Club with support from people from St. Paul's Parish to raise funds for the Children's Hospital in Crumlin.
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