• 17 September 2019

Crossing the finish line at the Grant Thornton Corporate 5K

Waterman’s team in Dublin were pleased to share their support of Richard Miles, Linnaea Cahill, Matthew Mackle and Niall Coughlan as they participated in the Grant Thornton Corporate 5K Team Challenge which took place in Dublin on 4 September.

Starting at 7:45pm, the race welcomed seasoned and beginner runners alike as they ventured around the iconic docklands in aid of Simon Community, a charity that provides support and services to over 13,000 people who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness each year.

Waterman’s Director, Niall Coughlan, said of the event; “It was great to take part in a team challenge which supported such a worthy cause. We came 16th out of 97 teams in the mixed section, so overall are very proud of our efforts.”

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