Get On Your Bike For The Annual Jimmy Duffy Cycle

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Participants at the start of the Jimmy Duffy Memorial Cycle on Saturday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

Participants at the start of the Jimmy Duffy Memorial Cycle last year. Photo by Dermot Crean

CYCLISTS are being asked to dust down the bikes as the Jimmy Duffy Memorial Cycle takes place next Saturday from St. Pat’s GAA Club, Blennerville.

The annual cycle is in memory of Jimmy Duffy, who lived in Blennerville all his life and was a fine musician and avid cyclist.

He was 67 years old when he died as a result of smoke inhalation after fire at his home on Church Street, Blennerville, in January 2010.

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The cycle begins at 11am and will travel to Castleisland town centre and home followed by refreshments, tea and coffee in Quanes Bar Blennerville.

Enquiries to Maurice Hanafin at (087) 2998206 and George Poff at (087) 6814799. Due to the provision of insurance and ambulance, a fee of €5 per person to a maximum of €15 per family will be charged on the day.

Registration will commence from 10am.

The celebrations will continue on Saturday night with anniversary Mass in Curraheen at 8pm, a music session in Quane’s Bar, where hot food and refreshments will be served.

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