Sionnach sponsor ball for Cup tie

 

Sionnach Relay Series will be the match ball sponsors for this Sunday's game at The Showgrounds against Crumlin United in the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup at 5pm.

Sionnach Relay Series is Ireland’s First Overnight Team Relay Event and this year’s event will take place in Sligo on the 25th and 26th July.

After a successful inaugural event in 2014, Sionnach Relay is back for a second time with the addition of the Ultra Division (4 member team) to add to the already popular Classic (8 member team) and Mini divisions (4 member team).

Open to teams of runners of all abilities, the Sionnach Relay is the overnight running relay race that makes testing your limits a team sport. Sionnach Relay aims to be a competitive but fun event so dress up, bring your tents, bring your glow sticks, and dig out the body paint. Feel free to bring your guitars and bodhráns and anything else that will make some noise and enjoy the atmosphere at the hub.  Don’t worry if you’re a solo runner or don’t have a full team, you can still register and find team mates via our social media.

We are also delighted to announce that our charity partner for 2015 is Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. So by taking part, not only will you have some serious fun but you will also be helping this very worthy cause.

All you have to do to be part of it is to register, but don’t delay, places are limited. To avail of your special 15% discount, quote SHOW15 on your registration form.  For more information about the event or to register, log on to: www.Sionnachrelay.com or visit their Facebook page. 

 

 

 

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