A Fantastic Day Out On The Dingle Way Challenge

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In front; Tom, Darragh and Enda Moriarty with, at back, Marie Fitzgibbon, Sharon Williams, Michael Moriarty, former Kerry footballer and manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice, Terry Boyle and Johnny Enright looking forward to the St Pats GAA Club Dingle Way Challenge. Photo by Dermot Crean

THERE’S just over four weeks to go until fun-loving, active, souls take on a route through some of the most scenic areas of the county for the St Pats GAA Club Dingle Way Challenge.

Taking place on Sunday, June 5, around 250 walkers are set to take on the challenge which sadly had to be cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic.

Participants can discover the spectacular landscapes and seascapes of the Dingle Peninsula and enjoy a great day of walking and talking with friends, old and new, with options for all, from the casual walker to the ultra enthusiast.

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Former Kerry senior football manager and player Eamonn Fitzmaurice was lending his support to the club’s walk at Tonevane on Friday.

There are three options available which can be viewed on the St Pats website by clicking here.

St Pats wished to thank the main sponsors Poff’s Garage and Top Part for their support. Volunteers from the club and the Red Cross will also be on hand on the day to assist participants.

Registration can be completed on www.eventbrite.ie at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/dingle-way-challenge-2022-tickets-311793321217 or on the club website www.stpatsgaaclub.com.

After the walk, there will be music, a big barbecue and a great atmosphere guaranteed back in Blennerville.

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