Thank You! 2021 Clane GAA 10K and 5K Family Fun Run

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Our annual run was held last Saturday where we had just over 200 registrations. We had ideal conditions and a high quality albeit smaller field than previous years.

You can find the results by clicking here

Lots of great photos are posted on the Popup Races Facebook Page - click here

A big thanks to the following for their help:

Pat Ryan and his Rathcoffey friends Rory and Alan for a hugely professional motorbike marshalling job.

Clane Gardai for their management of the Main Street road closure to start the 10K.

Kildare CC for facilitating the road closure.

Sign in management by Ciara Byrne and Sylvia Duffy.

Super marshalling by Grania and Emer Martin, Shane Henry, Sean Dunne, Calum Doran, Ava Kiernan, Ava O’Neill, Maeve Maguire, Isabella McCarthy, Brian Corbett, Hugh Muldoon, Sean and Ben O’Dea, Simon Healy and Cormac Vizzard.

Our drivers Doreen Kerins and John Flavan who transported the marshals around the various route locations.

Brian and Anthony from Pop Up Races who oversaw our safety and timed all runs to perfection.

Paddy Naughton for tea/coffees before and after runs.

A big thank you to our sponsors on the day

Fergie Burke 

Niall Doolan and Four Star Pizza 

Brian Gleeson

And most of all a huge thanks to Helen Bray and Brendan Martin who pulled it all together . 

We look forward to having this annual event again next year.

Thanks to all for your support!

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