Wednesday, January 18th 2012
Amputee Football: Simon Baker is a player involved with the Irish Amputee Football Association which was set up last year. He joins Derek on the line today to tell us more about its foundation. The team meet every second Saturday at Mountview Fortlawn Community Sports Centre in Clonsilla, Dublin between 12 - 1.30pm.
For more information: Irish Amputee Football Association facebook page
Cycling: Bailieboro man Simon Hutchinson will be cycling 28,000km around the world this year for charity. It is the first ever race to cycle the globe, starting in London on February 18th and finishing in London just before the summer Olympics begins.
Simon's chosen charity is Brainwave – The Irish Epilepsy Association. If you would like to donate, you can find out more by clicking on Simon's website link below.
For more information: www.simonsepiccycle.com
If you are interested in joining Simon on Saturday 21st January at Mondello race track to raise money for charity then you can get all the information you need on this link : The Mondello Cycle Challenge
The dress, the suits, the bridesmaids' outfits, the meal, the hotel, it all adds up! Wedding Planner Peter Kelly joins us to look at the dearest and cheapest counties in Ireland when it comes to getting married.
Gaelic4Mothers: Mothers of GAA players are no longer confining their support to making sandwiches, washing the kit and providing a taxi service. They are coming off the sidelines and are playing the game themselves as part of a countrywide movement, which has over 6,000 women participating in the gaelic4mums initiative. Brenda, a mum and a Celebrity Bainestoir went to check it out.
For more information: ladiesgaelic.ie