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Emyvale CC Committee:

President: Fergus Murray

Chairman: Mickey McKenna

Vice-Chairman: Tommy McCague

Secretary: Gabriel Bell

Assistant Secretary: Carl McElwaine

Treasurer: Ann Marie McCarron

Assistant Treasurer: Tommy McCague

P.R.O: Dara Mc Kenna

Vice-Pro: Alan Smith

Coaching Officer:

Youth Officer:

Safety Officer: Aaron McQuaid

Race Captain: Paul Harvey

Touring Captain: Patrick Deery

Safe-guard Officer: John Kelly

Fund-raising Officer: Noel Duffy

Committee members: Declan McKenna
Francie McQuaid and Martin Rushe.

Reliability Run 2017 ........................ HERE

Grand Prix 2017 ............................. HERE

Brady Museum Open Day ................ HERE

Crit at St. Davnets .......................... HERE

The Late Tom Simpson ................... HERE

County Championships 2017 ........... HERE

Ulster Cycling Time Trial ................. HERE

High Nellies 2017 ........................... HERE

Patsy's Cycling Museum ................. HERE

NEWS  17/10/2017

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Sunday Spin :

With the weather being dry and warm on Sunday morning there was a large turnout for both the early group and the main club spin. Two groups of 7 left Monaghan on the early loop of Monaghan, Middletown, Caledon , Aughnacloy and back to Emyvale where they joined the main spin at 9.30.

Around 40 cyclists formed into the 3 groups and headed off for Glaslough, Pipers Bridge, Castleshane, Clontibret, Blayney, Lough Eglish and down into Ballybay for the coffee stop. It was then on to Tullycorbet, Ardaghey and home via Monaghan.

The 6 youths followed group 2 as far as Glaslough before turning for Middletown, Caledon and back to Glaslough and home.

Mark Andrews competed in the cyclocross race in Armagh on Sunday. Mark finished the race, no mechanicals today, on a very muddy and sticky course. Well done Mark .

Best wishes to Lorraine Mullarkey, who crashed on a group training spin on a track in Dubai. Lorraine broke her collarbone in the crash, get well soon.

 

Majorca Trip

Last weekend 12 club members went cycling in Mallorca covering around 100 km per day in 30 degrees of heat. All the usual milestones were conquered with all the first timers cycling down and back up the famous Sa Colabra mountain. This is a 9.5km climb with a continuous 7% gradient so all that training up the Green Lane paid off.

The climbs at Lluc, Orient were also visited as well as tours through Petra and other scenic villages. On Sunday the group visited the outdoor cycling velodrome track at Sineu in the middle of the Island. After a few rounds everybody agreed it looks easier on the Tv than actually taking part. Sunday finished up with a visit to a hilltop monastery at Santa Margalida, followed up by a cycle to a lighthouse at Cap de Formentor on Monday.

 

Club Trip:

Anyone interested in the club weekend away in Donegal please contact Ann Marie McCarron asap. The cost is  €50 pps in the Mount Errigal hotel and this includes evening meal and B +B. Some members will cycle up to Letterkenny, while others intend to drive up and cycle a route when they get there.

 

High Nelly:

Could any outstanding sponsorship cards and monies please be returned to Patsy McQuillan or Martin Rushe asap.

 

Upcoming Meetings :

There are several meetings and AGMs coming up in the next few weeks.

On the 24th October there is a club development meeting being run by Cycling Ulster in the Council Building in Castleblaney.

The 11th November there will be a leadership course in the Sports Hub in Emyvale. This is a great course to do and as many members as possible are encouraged to go.

Our own AGM is on the 17th November in the 4 Seasons Hotel at 8.00pm, followed by club presentation at 9.00.

The Cycling Ulster AGM is in Quinns Corner on the 4th November. This is open to all members.

The Cycling Ireland AGM is in Newry on 11th November, members need to be delegated to attend.

There will be a Child protection course in the Sports Hub in Emyvale on 23rd November at 6 30pm. We encourage as many people as possible to attend.