Q1. I chose to collect my number, how do I do this?
A1. Numbers can be collected from Raheny Shamrock clubhouse between 10am to 4pm on Saturday January 26. The clubhouse is opposite Raheny Chruch on the Howth Road.
On race day Sunday January 27, all uncollected numbers are available at Nai-Scoil Ide (Raheny national school) from 11am.
Q2. How do you enter the juvenile race?
A2. The race details are available here
Entries open on race day from 12.30pm in the Cara Hall which is located beside the start/finish area. The entry fee is €5 per person.
Entries are also taken in the Raheny Shamrock clubhouse between 10am to 4pm on Saturday January 26, €5 per person.
Q3. Is Parking Available?
A3. There is limited parking available in St. Anne’s Tennis Club and Raheny Church grounds.
There is also limited Public parking available in Raheny village.
We encourage as many patron’s as possible to use public transport,
Raheny is served by the DART from Dublin City Centre on the northbound Howth/Malahide line.
Dublin Bus serves Raheny Village via routes 29A, 31, 31A, 31B, 31D and 32.
Q4. Can I drop off my bag?
A4. There is a baggage drop off available at Raheny GAA club’s astro turf pitch.
Q5. Are there restrooms on the course?
A5. There are restroom facilities both permanent and portaloo’s at Nai-Scoil Ide.
There are also restroom facilities available in Raheny United clubhouse.
Portaloo’s will also be available at the start/finish area.