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The Tonabrucky 6km Challenge celebrates its fifth year of existence this June and organisers are calling on all runners, walkers, and strollers to take part and make this year one to remember. The race, which is hosted by Rahoon/Newcastle Hurling Club, will take place on Saturday June 6 at 6pm.
Strive For It the mastermind for female entrepreneurs, business owners and executives will begin in Galway this April. The company was founded by Galway businesswomen Gill Carroll and Lisa Regan and it will begin their first intake of 2015 on Friday 10 April.
Rahoon Newcastle Hurling Club will host the fouth annual Tonabrucky Challenge on Saturday June 7 at 6pm.
The double victories at Minor B and U-21 B were highlighted as the success story of the year at the AGM of the Rahoon Newcastle hurling club which took place on Sunday.
Tony Regan, who was been relected chairman of Rahoon Newcastle Hurling Club, has commended all teams from the juvenile and senior sections for all their efforts in training and competing over the year.
Lisa Regan - Sister of centre back Tony Og Regan, member of Galway Hurler Supporters’ Club, and secretary of local Rahoon hurling club.
Lisa Regan predicts that if Galway prosper on Sunday and eclipse that 23 year that a dearh of positivity will radiate through the county. “If Galway won, it would put hurling back on the map and make it cool again. I’ve seen a newfound interest in our own club already. We’ve had eight to 10 new kids requesting to join so hopefully a revival will follow. I love all sports in general but in a county like Galway, particularly in the city, other sports often get more attention but if we won on Sunday I think things would change.”
Galway City Harrier Owen Byrne took the honours in this second annual Tonabrucky Challenge road race which took place on Saturday.
Rathun an Chaislean Nua Hurling Club is calling on all runners, walkers and even strollers to take part in the second annual Tonabrucky Challenge on Saturday June 9 at 6pm.
Despite the onset of a hurricane, the inaugural Thonabrucky Challenge took place on Sunday with nearly 200 hardy runners and walkers taking on the 6km fun run in aid of the CF UHG Hospital fund and Rathun an Chaislean Nua Hurling Club.
Rathun an Chaislean Nua Hurling club have joined forces with Cystic Fibrosis Galway in order to raise much needed funds for the Cystic Fibrosis UHG Hospital Fund and their own hurling club. The club will be hosting a 6km Fun Run sponsored by Londis/Subway Newcastle on Sunday September 11 in the Rahoon area that will incorporate the famous Thonabrucky hill.