Mullaghmeen


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Shane EnrightMar 3, 1:45pmIsn't this actually in Co Westmeath?

http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=53.7484967708588&lon=-7.27621078491211&zoom=14
Jason MooreMar 12, 12:17pmhi gerard i have put my name down as helper for your race is it possible for me to race as well as help out on race day.regards j
Dermot MurphyMar 12, 1:51pmJason, should be no problem to run as well as volunteer - St Brigids club do most of the organisation anyway.
Gerard HeeryMar 25, 12:02amMullaghmeen forest taken in two counties Meath and Westmeath
Paul O' ConnorApr 2, 11:55amJust to say well done to the organisers of a very enjoyable and well-run event. First time doing Mullaghmeen but will definitely return next year. Lemonade and fruit at the finish line and tea and refreshments at the main area were really appreciated.
mags greenanApr 2, 10:06pmWell done St Bridgets AC on organising a great race and a p;icnic in the woods - Mullaghameen. I was a bit afraid on route that I would not find the race but what road markings. At every turn in the road there was a big clear sign with " Hill Run" I felt like I was on a treasure hunt finding the race.A fabalous course and great craic in the middle of the woods. It is well worth travelling to.
Gerard HeeryApr 2, 11:30pmOn behalf of St Brigids AC I would like to thank everyone who took part in the Hill Run. Special thanks to Dermot Murphy for all his work. Looking forward to seeing you all again next year.
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