Local Long Distance Road Runner Enda Dineen recently competed in The Virgin London Marathon, Enda ran in London to raise fund’s for The Bláthnaid Foley Memorial Cancer Trust which was a trust formed in 2006 in memory of Bláthnaid Foley, a Local Girl and a friend of one of Enda’s Daughters, who died from a rare form of primary bone cancer called Ewing’s sarcoma at the tender young age of 13, This cruel disease mainly affects those aged 10 – 20 years old. Enda would like to thank Fiona and John Foley and all the Foley family for giving him this opportunity and to say what an honour it was to participate in such a fantastic event all in the memory of Bláthnaid, while also raising valuable funds and awareness of this disease. Enda would also like to say a special word of thanks to everyone who supported him in his venture through donations, fund raising and good wishes. Pictured is Enda presenting Fiona Foley with a cheque for €4,017 which Enda raised through his fund raising ventures. Also a big congratulations to Fiona Foley who completed her first Marathon pounding the streets of London with Enda.