Mick started at Hastings Lifeboat Station, onto St Leonards, Bexhill, Normans Bay, Pevensy Castle, Wartling, Hertsmonceux, Magnam Down and returned to Hastings. This is a total journey of forty miles. Mick completed this pedal bike ride in two and a half hours. Congratulations and well done Mick. Research saves lives, offering hope to all Marfan sufferers.
Pauline Doyle, proprietor of Suir Engineering, generously chose our Charity to benefit from the proceeds. The Colm Doyle Memorial Golf Classic is a memorial to Pauline’s son, Colm, who died at a very young age. Pauline has already contributed generously to our many fundraisers.
The Golf Classic was played over two days and three golf courses – The Gold Coast, Dungarvan and West Waterford. Ten teams participated, including our own – The Marfans – Liam Tobin, Kieran McGrath and Michael McGrath. The weather was beautiful, giving full advantage to the magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean, Dungarvan Bay, The Comeragh and Knockmealdown Mountains.
First Prize went to Eoin Doyle’s team: – Paul Walsh, Damian Power and Paul Haley.
Second Prize went to O’Sheas Engineering: – Kieran Quigley, Denis Conway Snr and Maurice Fehilly.
Third Prize went to H&MV Engineering: – Gerry Phelan, Tom Murphy and John Grant.
Big thanks to Pauline Doyle and Kieran Quigley for their generosity. Congratulations Kieran on a job very well done.