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St. John the Baptist Primary School in conjunction with the Dyslexia Association of Ireland will host a Public Meeting on Monday, October 3rd. All welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

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Best wishes to Peter Ryan and Marcin Mizgakski in the Men's B Road Race starting at 5pm.

Ranked eighth at last year's world championships, Ryan finished 17th alongside pilot Marcin Mizgakski (a former Polish national champion) in the time trial event on Wednesday last.
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