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13 hours ago

Roscommon Sports Partnership

Timeline PhotosClub spin earlier today.
11 members arrived at Johnstown for 9am. We headed the scenic route to Curraghboy and Athleague where 2 headed back for home and the rest of the group went on to Roscommon for a coffee break in Casey's. From there the main group continued on back up the main road to Athlone and finish back in Johnstown with 80k done at a leisure pace. We met a few out doing their own thing with one going out to do a loop of brideswell and another doing the athlone/Ballinasloe spin.
Great to see ye all out on the bikes.
Try and get a few kms in during the week and we might see ye in Johnstown next Sunday at 9am.
Safe cycling.
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14 hours ago

Roscommon Sports Partnership

In addition to the improvements to Loughnaneane park in Roscommon town, there is more great news north of the county with works started on a new Cycle-Way between Boyle and Lough Key Forest Park! 🚴‍♂️🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️ ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

Roscommon Sports Partnership

Great news for Roscommon town with a huge investment and work being put in to the local park!
With a variety of trails, nature trail, pond, castle, outdoor gym and play ground- it's great to see such an investment being put in to improve this amenity!
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3 days ago

Roscommon Sports Partnership

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** Swimmin' 4 Women**
We are delighted to announce - due to popular demand - we have a new 6 week Swimmin' 4 Women Programme commencing on Friday the 1st of November.
Please note that places are very limited, so you must register by phone or email to Damien on 0906630853 or to damien@rosactive.org
Check out our poster for details and please share!!
Roscommon Leisure Centre Sport Ireland Roscommon County Council
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The Local Sports Partnership Initiative was developed by the Irish Sports Council in order to create a national structure to co-ordinate and promote the development of sport and physical activity at local level.

The initiative was created following widespread consultation with other agencies and organisations with an interest in the development of sport...Read more

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