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Ready for the big reveal

Friday, 17th February, 2017 3:36pm
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Ready for the big reveal

The Kiltimagh OT leaders 2017.

Ready for the big reveal

The Kiltimagh OT leaders 2017.

YOU won't recognise this lot (pictured) later tonight.

After a six-week slog the hardy Kiltimagh Operation Transformation leaders will be turning on the glamour for the big Reveal Night in the Park Hotel tonight.

The eight leaders have helped inspired 300 plus local people to shed the pounds and shape up for 2017, while raising money for their chosen charities.

Tonight the final weight loss for each leader and their respective teams will be revealed, and sponsorship will be presented to each of their charities.

By Wednesday of last week (February 8) a whopping 125 stone had been lost by the group. Team Anna-Marie were on top of the losers league table with a weight loss of 282 lbs.

The final weigh-in took place this Wednesday but the results remain shrouded in secrecy.

A lot of energy has been expended in the past week to add a few pounds to that tally. So who will be the biggest losers? All will be revealed later.

The leaders and their respective charities are: Alison Moore (Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland), Jennifer Morley and Tom Lavelle (Mayo Roscommon Hospice), Michael Moran (Riverside, Ballinamore, Western Care, sensory garden), Darren Turtill (Pieta House), Anna Marie King (Cope Foundation), Bridie Clendon (Kiltimagh Tidy Towns) and Katie Duffy (Every Life Counts). Congratulations to each of them on a wonderful achievement.

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