Three Counties Tour on 1st of September


Innisfree Wheelers – in association with Kevin Egan Cars hosts this event – now in its 24th year.

Beginning at Sligo Tennis Club, Old Bundoran Road at 10am, the 80km cycle tour will take the cyclists out under the magnificent Benbulben on the N15 to Munninane. They will then turn right past Ben Wiskin and into Kinlough for a refreshing food stop. From there they will pass through beautiful Glenade and on to Manorhamilton. From here they will head for Dromahair via Soxs line. The homeward spin will be past the breath taking beauty of Lough Gill and Parkes Castle. On arrival at Sligo Tennis Club they will be treated to some more refreshments.

Entry fee/donation is just €20 payable from 9am on the morning of the event.


The recipent charity this year is the most deserving “Friends of Angus”

Aengus Lyons is a Sligo man. He went to secondary school in Ballymote and then completed a degree in Web Development at IT Sligo. After this he was lucky enough to get a job in Lionbridge in Ballina, Co.Mayo where he has worked and lived since 2006.
On the 16th February 2014 Aengus went to play a game of indoor football. It was an average Sunday afternoon. Minutes into the first half, Aengus’s life changed forever. He fell and hit his head against the wall and snapped his spinal cord. He was resuscitated at the scene by his friends before being rushed to Sligo university hospital. He was then sent by ambulance straight to the Mater hospital in Dublin. It was there that Aengus got the devastating news that would change his life forever.

He was told he sustained a high neck spinal cord injury at C1 C2 level and was paralysed from the neck down with no hope at all for any recovery of his movement.

Aengus left the Mater Hospital in March 2016 and went to the National Rehabilitation Hospital. He spent four months in the NRH and then finally got to make his return to Sligo. Unfortunately this was to another hospital. He spent two years in Sligo University Hospital. He was discharged into the community in July this year (2018) and is now in temporary accommodation in Woodheaven in Sligo.

He would love to return home and this is why we are fundraising as Aengus will need a purpose built extension added to the family home.