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Updated: Mar 23, 2022

On April 10th Midleton Cycling Club and Midleton Rugby Club are getting together to raise funds for Two Great Charities.





60, 90 and 120 cycling route options, based around the Iron Man cycle route, taking in some of the most scenic views that East Cork has to offer. The hope is that this will have something for everyone – and if you can’t cycle it perhaps you would consider helping out.


Register at EventMaster “Midleton Aware and In The Air” or https://eventmaster.ie/event/Oon8UpmH0Z. Cycling Fee; 42.50 euros max (inclusive of Eventmaster fee) for all routes.



Never have so many people needed the services of this mental health organisation – calls for help and support have increased significantly post covid.


More and more this service is been called on to support the normal ambulance service, with the cost per call out more than 3000 euros they need ongoing support to survive.


With coffee before, protein during, and a curry afterwards – nourishment will not

be the challenge . Sign up from 8am, rolling out from 9am at Midleton Rugby Club on April 10th.


Please contact David @ 083 1456617 or Noel @ 086 1704072 if you have any questions, or can help with marshalling or other activities.

Updated: Mar 2, 2022

The riders and guests of Midleton Cycling and Triathlon Club marked their late club member John Shanahan's 2nd anniversary by staging an event John would have loved himself - a handicap team time trial in teams of two. John was visually impaired so always rode with a pilot on his beloved tandem.


Fifteen teams took on the undulating course around Dungourney and back to Midleton via Castelyons Cross, minded and shepherded by a team of volunteer marshals. Despite twenty minutes between the departure of the first and last teams, it was a win for the handicappers when the 3rd last team caught the 3rd team on the line. Youghal Cycling Club's Anthony Kenneally and Brian Landers tell us they never even heard Midleton CTC's Daire Breathnach and Cian Murphy approaching. Thanks to the prize sponsorship of Carraigtwohill's Roca Sports, neither team left Midleton's My Place empty handed.


John Shanahan Memorial TTT winners (there were 2 'seconds' in it!)


John Shanahan Memorial Cup: Daire Breathnach & Cian Murphy


The following are the winners of Roca Sports Ireland Vouchers


Fastest Team - Time of 51:09: [Frank Büchsel](https://www.strava.com/athletes/33163432) & Mark McManus


Timed H'Cap 1st - Time 51:10: Daire Breathnach & Cian Murphy


Timed 2nd - at one sec H'cap: Anthony Kenneally & Brian Landers


Mixed Team - H'cap time 58:30: Sally Drennan and Jerry O Sullivan


Spirit of John Shanahan Award: Mike Forde.


(Mike had the unenviable task of marshalling approaching traffic in Ballyedmond thus not seeing any of the cyclists and went beyond the call of duty to help on the day as well as then riding the route with Rob Reen.)


Thanks to all 15 volunteers: Allanah Drennan; Barry O Callaghan; Barrie Drennan; Colum Foley; David Coughlan Isabelle, Lydia and Gary Neff; Mike Forde; Niall Hickman; Reece Bawden; Sam Hennessy; Tomás Mulcahy; Tony Fitzgerald and Rory O'Toole for the great pictures, Daithi Baily for the Handicaps. Special thanks to Roca Sports Ireland for the prize sponsorship


Brendan Hennessy




Photo credits to : Rory O'toole, Tomás Mulcahy , Colum Foley, Mike Forde.

Save the date guys and gals...

Race day this year is Sunday 17th July @ 9.30am!!!

Entries will be available through Triathlon Ireland in the coming week. We will keep you posted


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