Corrig

Wicklow
Wednesday 3 June, 2009
7:30 PM
352
7.50
6 (2,2,2) - Moderate Terrain, 200M - 500M ascent, 6Km - 10Km
Route fully marked - Route fully marked
Leinster League
For those coming from Dublin, leave the M50 at the N81/M50 junction (Tallaght turnoff). From the N81/M50 roundabout, proceed on the N81 west towards Tallaght for 2k. Take the first major turn left to Oldbawn (R113) After about 1k the road begins to turn gradually to the left. Before this happens you will encounter Ahernes pub on the right - this is where carpooling is to take place. Parking at the event location is very limited so you must pool from here please. Stay on the road and after about a further 0.5k to 0.7k there is a full major crossroads (signposted R114 Ballinascorney, Bohernabreena). Turn right here onto the R114 for Ballinacorney. Dont take an earlier turn right at traffic lights which is not signposted for the aforementioned locations!!!!! Its easy to make a mistake here as the signposting is not wonderful. Then it seems like quite a long drive to the Stone Cross junction, positioned at the beginning of a bend to the right. Actually it is only about 5 or 6k. There will be an IMRA sign here telling you to leave the R114 here to the left. Then its about 2.7k to the start. Please try to carpool!! Please park on one side of the road and leave a gap every 8 cars or so. Road is very narrow.
Prize policy - as per normal for competition prizez. For Spot Prizes, there will be 2 prizes for Volunteers and 4 other spot prizes, selected in a pseudorandom fashion to be devised! Please car pool
Ahernes Pub, Oldbawn, Tallaght
 

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Carpool

Driver NameLocationPassing ThroughDepartureSeats AvailableSeats AcceptedBook
Rene BorgSandyford LUASOld Bawn17:1530Book
Ruth LynamValleymountBlessington18:1520Book
Kevin O'RiordanMulhuddartThe Bell - Blanchardstown17:3043Book
 
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