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Lehanmore Triathlon

Lehanmore Triathlon was such a cool event, that was held in such a great friendly family atmosphere. The last of the events to be held at the Lehanmore festival after a few days of activities.  The way the participants performed was absolutely brilliant and great fun was had by all. I think the only drugs involved were the pints drank afterwards by the few competitors of an age old enough to consume a pint…

The race covered a route on the Wild Atlantic Way very close to the famous Dursey Island and its cable car. I am sure even Sonia O’Sullivan would have enjoyed this “ParkTri” type event and should sign up for the second one coming up in 2016

Watch a short video reportage here

Lehanmore Triathlon

lehanmore triathlon

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Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby

Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby played on the old pitch next to the ring fort below the community centre. Probably the toughest pitch in Ireland. The Wild Atlantic way between Castletownbere and Dursey Island and its Cable Car. The final match was between Paul O’Shea’s team and The Beara Joinery team and O’Shea took the prize. Well done to all for taking part on a tough afternoon.

Watch a Short Video of the Tag Rugby Here

Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby

Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby

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Operation Transformation

Operation Transformation Lehanmore Community Centre. It’s all over and a great success it was too. Sponsored by Supervalu Castletownbere. Attended by over 20 people from around the area. Braving storms and dark nights to exercise 3 nights a week in the middle of a bleak winter.

The crew lost a total of 8 and a half stone over the eight week period, but possibly and more importantly “transformed” their lifestyle…

Operation Transformation

Watch a short video of the eight weeks here

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