Cycle Against Suicide – Please Share

Cycle Against Suicide starts the 28th of April through to the 7th of May.

We would like to give a final push to get as many people to register for the cycle as possible.

All help and support is greatly appreciated as, we are all in support of the common purpose of helping to raise the awareness of suicide in Ireland.

About the 2018 cycle

How does this work?

The main cycle takes place from Saturday 28 April 2018 – Monday 7 May 2018 (bank holiday) and creates a very tangible and practical opportunity for people who want to help support those who are affected by suicide. The route passes through 17 counties & 67 towns and stops at 40 locations throughout the 750 Km route. The Route Schedule 2018 and map 2018 are now officially launched. Registration is now open. (map is here)

The Cycle – The cycle starts on Saturday 28th of April and continues along the 750km route every day until May 7th. Cyclists are put up every night in ‘Home stays’ in each town from local families and organisations.

How to register- This year we are offering multi cycle day options. The prices for each options are listed on the website here. You can cycle just one day or all 10 days depending on your ability or time restrictions. All ages/ability are welcome! Once registered there is an option on the website to set up a fundraising page.

Club Notes April 10th

SFL Men: Our senior men went down against a well-prepared Carrick team on Sunday past. Played in dry conditions, the lads were only a few points down at half time. Carrick took control in the second half and came out on top on a scoreline of Faughs 0-16, Carrick 3-16. Continue reading

Club Notes April 3rd

Important Event: This Saturday 7th April, 4pm, Muckno Park, the McDermott Family are holding a Pyjama 5K in memory of their little angel Lucy. All monies raised will go to Laura Lynn who offered huge support to the McDermott family and continue to offer support to families across the country as they face the greatest battles of their lives. Continue reading