Archive and Enniskillen

Included  are the GRE cup in Glasgow. The one with Paul Mc Nulty and John Mc Glinchey are from Bears club in Gormanstown.

There  is  one from the Ulster schools cross-country, think that was my last cross-country race.

And three  are from the trip to RAF Cosford.in there is Joey O leary now chairman of Finn Harps

Others  are from the National Relays in the Mardyke Cork, just before Camilla went to the states on scholarship, a lot of that group headed to the states after that meet during the 80's recession.We had an unbelievable day in Cork that day a large group all acheiving .

Seamus is now coaching in the club and is a member of the committee and a member of Athletics Ireland technical officials group .

All these photos are a record of a glorious past and meant to exercise people with a view to focusing on the 40th anniversry the next big event up in this case dinner is  in Jacksons November 18th .Tickets available from club members Kieran,Dermot ,Bridgeen, Ann Marie and Rosaleen .

In other news this week Valley produced the individual winners in 5k night race in Enniskillen with Mark Hoye and Teresa Mc Gloin category prizes for Mary Hippsley ,Mark Connolly and Gloria . The election count went off extremely well over the weekend at the Centre and Saturday night saw a successful boxing tournament hosted by Finn Valley a b c  .

Next Saturday the younger athletes are off to Belfast for the final Ulster cross meet of the season for underage -bus departs 8 am 5 euro payable on bus .

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