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28 Jun 2022

Colin Fayne's charity cycle raises €2,414 for Disabled People of Longford

Colin Fayne's charity cycle raises €2,414 for Disabled People of Longford

Colin Fayne presenting cheque for €2,414 to Mark McClean (Chairperson DPOL)

Lanesboro native Colin Fayne recently completed a cycle from Maynooth to Clondra to raise funds for Disabled People of Longford (DPOL).

Colin presented DPOL with a cheque for €2,414 and the woodwork class in the Phoenix Centre presented him with a bog oak sculpture which was made in the Centre.

Longford at home to Fermanagh in the first round of the Tailteann Cup

Longford will have home advantage against Fermanagh in the first round of the Northern Section in the inaugural Tailteann Cup Senior Football Championship with the game to be played at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park on May 28/29.

Pictures show Mark McClean (Chairperson DPOL) presenting Colin with the bog oak and Colin presenting cheque to him. The bottom picture is the woodwork class in the Phoenix Centre with Colin

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