|Cuchulainn Gaels Guinness World Record Breaking Attempt Day 2011|
|Tuesday, 05 July 2011 22:37|
This year we are taking on 4 records including The fastest Mile Piggy Back Race and we invite all clubs to put foreword a team to compete in this event. More details on this can be received from Mattie Jones on 087 9917 373. We are also attempting to break the record for the Fastest time to fillet a 40lb fish and two other fun events details of which will be revealed on the day.
Participation is very welcome from all clubs in all events.
This promises to be a great day out for everyone.
Ample parking will be provided beside the Playing Fields, Chapel Hill Omeath.
BBQ and games for all the family through out the day.
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We are holding our World Record Breaking Day on Saturday 23rd on July. We will be attempting to break 5 World Records on the day. These include "Fastest Time to Fillet a 40lb Fish" and "Fastest Mile Piggy Back Race". If anyone would like to participate in the "Fastest Mile Piggy Back Race" please contact Mattie (0879917373) or Roddy (00447845093933). The highly successful "Battle of The Clans" will return for the 2nd year running. If anyone would like to enter a team, please contact Mattie or Roddy. Come along for a fun family day out at Chapel Hill, Omeath. Events commence at 12pm
Schedule of Events for World Record Day 23th July 2011
11.30am - Gates Open
12.00pm - "Fastest Mile Piggy Back Race"
2.00pm - "Most Garters Removed With Teeth In One Minute"
2.00pm - "Farthest Distance To Blow A Malteser"
2.00pm - "Most Tennis Balls Caught In One Minute With No Hands"
3.30pm - "Fastest Time To Fillet a 40lb Fish"
4.00pm - "2nd Annual Battle of The Clans"
There will also be Penalty Kick and Free Kick Competitions ongoing during the day for everyone old and young.
Please come out and show your support and have a great family fun day. If anyone would like to participate in the "Fastest Mile Piggy Back Race" and "The Battle of The Clans" can you
please contact Mattie (0879917373) for further details.
Cuchulainn Gaels v Kilkerly Emmets in the Shield final on Sunday 17th July at 11.30. The pitch is to be arranged
|Last Updated on Monday, 01 August 2011 14:38|