The club is delighted to announce we will be event ambassadors for this years Get Back Challenge. The Get Back Challenge is now in its seventh year of operation having started in 2006. Since the start of the Get Back over 10,000 children have benefited from programmes operated through the Local Sports Partnerships. The Get Back Challenge continues to provide funding support to a broad programme of activity through the Sports Inclusion Disability Office and the grants programme has also supported a number of Mid West organisations catering for young people with disabilities to provide access to regular participation in sport and activity. C4SC are delighted to be on board. For more details please go to the Get Back Challenge website: http://www.getbackchallenge.com/. This years event takes place in Kilkee, Co.Clare.
The Great Limerick Run took place last weekend and C4Sc had members participating in the 10 km, Half Marathon and the Full Marathon. We would like to congratulate our members on their wonderful achievements. It would be unfair to single out names but a special mention for Liam Mulcahy & Peter Fitzgerald who completed the marathon, this was a huge achievement and to Hugh Dunne, Ita Browne, Mark O’Cadhla and Ed Daly who did the half and all of the members who completed the 10km for some very worthy causes.
On Saturday Liam Mulcahy and his son Dion made the trip Dunboyne for the Cycle for Life cycle in aid of Temple Street Childrens University Hospital. This was a fantastic achievement by Dion and the guys had the privilege of meeting Irish cyclists and top guy Dan Martin, recent winner of Liege Bastogne Liege.