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Thomond Swim History

Posted on 25, June 2013

in Category Club News, Thomond Swim

Thomond Swim (Thomond is the Gaelic for North Munster) The Thomond Swim starts from the slipway at St Michael’s Boat Club on the north shore of the river Shannon and then the route takes the swimmers along by O’Callaghan Strand under Sarsfield Bridge along by the side of Clancy Strand past the Old Barracks (O’Callaghan and Clancy were two former Mayors of Limerick who were executed by the Black and Tans during the War of Independence). The swim then passes where the Curragower Salmon Fishermen used to moor their angling cots and dry their nets. Some of their cottages are still [&hellip

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Thomond Swim 2012 – Results

Posted on 3, September 2012

in Category Club News, Thomond Swim

Thank you all for coming to Limerick & swimming & hearty congratulations on your individual results! As a Club we have been trying to improve on the swim each year and we do this best with participant feedback! so if you have anything you would like to mention please pass it on. Prizes 1st Male Home Ned Denison 2nd Male Home Dan Moloney 3rd Male Home Paul Kearney 1st Female Home Fionnuala Walsh 2nd Female Home Una Ann Ryan 3rd Female Home Breda Mcnamara Fastest Male Chris Byran Fastest Female Lynn Algar 1t Male Wet Suit Home Eamonn McGuinness 1st [&hellip

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