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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:05:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:05:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:06:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:07:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:07:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:07:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:07:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
Edenderry 10 Mile 2018 - FINISH
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-22 11:07:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'16"N - 7°3'57"W
  • This is a photograph from the Edenderry "Frank Kilrane Cup" 10 Mile Road Race and Fun Run which was held in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland on Sunday 22nd of July 2018 at 09:30. The race also features the Offaly AAI 10 Mile Road championships. As it is a county championship race the first man and woman from the county of Offaly will be presented with the Frank Kilrane perpetual Cup. St. Mary's Primary School in Edenderry was used as race HQ. Irish timing company Popup Races provided electronic triming and event management for the race. The race has been held for the last number of years during the Easter period so this is the first time that the race has been held during the Summer months. Overall, the route is a fair and predominantly flat with the exception of a few rolling hills, in places. The race starts on the R441 road to Rhode from the Edenderry/Tullamore road and proceeds northwards towards Jonestown crossroads. The race takes a left and heads westward towards Rhode. A few KM outside of road the race turns southwards into the townlands of Thomastown, Sallymount, Rogerstown and Monasteroris. The race crosses the Grand Canal at Trimblestown Bridge, which is a steep canal bridge, carrying traffic over the Grand Canal between Kilbeggan and Edenderry. The course turns eastwards again and returns back to Edenderry where the course at around 9 miles meets the course at 1.5 miles mark. Another crossing of the Grand Canal sees the race cross Cartland Bridge before the 9 mile mark. The race finishes in Derry Rovers FC soccer ground where there is a tarmac surface surrounding the pitch. The weather was clear and bright but rather warm with air temperatures close to 20C with the feeling of high humidity. This made it a bit difficult for runners. However, there was little or no wind. Overall, this was a well organised raced with over 250 participants taking part. Edenderry is a town with a population of around 10,000. The town is a busy one given that it provides a focal point for a large rural population around it. The town experienced growth in the 50s and 60s powered by the presence of Board na Mona and the ESB utilising the vast peat production areas around the town.
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nokia photos 2016 356
nokia photos 2016 356
  • Author: shay clarke Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-10-18 12:09:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°20'37"N - 7°2'39"W
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