Moynalty ‘Pink Ribbon Cycle’ from Breast Cancer Research

Attending the launch of The Moynalty Cycling Club ‘Pink Ribbon Cycle’ in aid of Breast Cancer Research were: RTE presenter Nuala Carey, Sky Sports GAA Commentator Paul Earley and Moynalty Cycling Club rider Amy Farrelly.

Attending the launch of The Moynalty Cycling Club ‘Pink Ribbon Cycle’ in aid of Breast Cancer Research were: RTE presenter Nuala Carey, Sky Sports GAA Commentator Paul Earley and Moynalty Cycling Club rider Amy Farrelly.

The Moynalty Cycling Club will host its sixth ‘Pink Ribbon Cycle’ in aid of Breast Cancer Research on Saturday the September 2nd. The popular event is quite unique and last year saw over 200 ladies taking part with a choice of two routes 35km or 75km. Proceeds will go to Galway based charity Breast Cancer Research who fund a comprehensive research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translational Research, NUI Galway lead by Professor Michael Kerin. Entry is just €20 and you can sign-up on the day.

 

 

 

 

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