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Meet Ireland's biggest loser!

Thursday, 18th February, 2016 4:10pm
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Meet Ireland's biggest loser!
Meet Ireland's biggest loser!

IRELAND'S greatest loser is a Mayo man.

Operation Transformation have announced that Kiltimagh's Michael Moran has topped the country's weight loss poll.

Ahead of last night's (Tuesday) Kiltimagh OT weekly weigh-in, RTÉ confirmed that Michael has the top weight loss in the country to date having shed an amazing 40lbs.

The news makes it a double success for the Kiltimagh OT gang who, as a group, topped the weight loss leaderboard last week at 112 stone. And they added to that last night by losing a further 15 stone in the last seven days.

Congratulations to Michael who, contrary to reports in last week's Connaught Telegraph, has not achieved his success on a diet of banana and cucumber sandwiches!

Kiltimagh's efforts will be screened on Operation Transformation on RTÉ One this evening.

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