Four Things To Do In Tralee This Weekend

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It might be sandwiched between two lively, event-packed bank holiday weekends, but the next couple of days throws up a few things to do…


1. The World Cup visits…

TRALEE RFC is hosting the Women’s Rugby World Cup trophy from 10am–1pm and the club is having a fun day to celebrate ladies and girls rugby.

They are inviting everyone to come up and have a selfie with the trophy. Some past and present Tralee ladies players including Siobhan Fleming the current Munster Ladies Captain will be there.

It will be a “Give it a Try” atmosphere as there will be coaches to assist or answer any questions regarding girls rugby at Tralee.

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2. Fun day at Ballyseedy…

Yann O’Carroll, Emer Moloney, Rachel Fitzgerald and Dominique O’Carroll at Ballyseedy Garden Centre last year.

Tour de Munster’s annual Partnership Spin takes place this Saturday and will see cyclists depart Ballyseedy Home & Garden in Tralee at 10am.

Cyclists will travel on the West Kerry peninsula and are expected to return to Ballyseedy between 2pm and 3.30pm.

There’s  a great family fun afternoon planned which starts from noon until 5.30pm. All are welcome.

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3. Row, row, row your boat…then run…

Tralee Rowing Club members and friends preparing for the Duathlon on Sunday.

EVERYONE is invited to Tralee Rowing Club at the Basin this Sunday for a special fundraising event.

People are encouraged to ‘come pull like a dog’ in the Row & Run Duathlon from 10am. First, people can take to a rowing machine before heading off on a run.

There are two categories: choose a 2K on rowing machine and a 10K run for €20, or a 1K on a rowing machine and 5K run for €15. Under 16s & OAPs only €10. You can register by email on or on the day from 9am.

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4. Club championship action…

Stacks’ David Mannix goes past Gavin White of Dr Crokes in the senior club final last year.

Kerins O’Rahillys and Austin Stacks are in senior club championship action this Sunday.

There should be a good crowd at Strand Road for their game against Kenmare at 2.30pm. Meanwhile over in Lewis Road it’s the clash of the titans as Dr Crokes host defending champions Austin Stacks also at 2.30pm in a repeat of last year’s final pairing. Top GAA action indeed.

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