Update re Craig and Cookstown Cups.

Update re Craig and Cookstown Cups.

With less than a day to go, the weather is set to be fine dare I say sunny make sure all athletes  have plenty of fluids and high factor sun tan lotion. Over water the sun can give a real scorching.

The first girls race is at 10.40 am with the boys going at 12.10am.

Parking will be at a premium so allow plenty of time one of the suggested locations is Dunnes Stores car park Elgin Street adjacent to the Ormeau Bridge, the other being along the Annadale embankment,

For those keener supporters amongst you the best view of the entire race is via a bicycle and along a cycle path adjoining the river alternatively standing on the actual Ormeau Bridge or opposite Queens Physical Education Centre where you will hear the race commentator and see the last 400 meters to the finish.

Good luck to all at Bann.

June 7th, 2013

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