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Monday, December 04, 2006

Ballycotton 10 entries... (Updated 16th Dec)
From what I have heard, Ballycotton Running Promotions recieved about 200 entries on Tuesday, the 5th of Dec and approx 1,000 entries the next day, the 6th of Dec. The 2,500 limit was reached on Tuesday, the 12th of Dec. Any oversea's entrant should get their entries in as soon as possible. See below for more info...

The entry form for the 2007 Ballycotton 10 mile road race is now up on the Ballycotton Running website. It is a PDF document and you can download it by clicking HERE.

The first 2,500 entries recieved by post will have automatic entry, regardless of whether they are members of clubs or have run previous races. i.e. it is open to everyone. After the cut-off point of 2,500 is reached, they will only accept entries up to the 15th of December from...
a) AAI registered runners i.e. You must be a member of a running club OR...
b) You must have entered one of the 2006 Ballycotton Summer series.

The closing date for entries from Ireland is (by post only) up to Friday, the 15th of December. (Note again that this is for club runners or those who entered one of the 2006 5 mile Ballycotton Summer series. Non club runners should get their entries in ASAP to get inside the 2,500 quota)
The closing date for overseas entries is (by post only) up to Friday, the 5th of January.The first 2,500 entries will have automatic entry.For any updates, check out their website and finally, the Ballycotton '10' is going to be on Sunday, the 4th of March 2007 at 1:30pm

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