Rip’n’Run Festival Of Basketball and #RipnRunCavan with special thank you to our sponsors Robinson’s and The Irish Daily Star #WeLoveBasketball 2016


What a brilliant Festival Of Basketball at The Kings Hospital Palmerstown.
A big congratulations to all who made our Cavan camp a big success #ripnruncavan #thisiscavan Rip’n’Run Festival Of Basketball with special thank you to our sponsors Robinson’s and The Irish Daily Star. Big well done to all the players and coaching staff ‪#Ripnrun#ripnrun2016#robinsons #basketballinireland
Rip’n’Run Festival of Basketball 2017
in association with Robinson’s and The Irish Daily Star
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Rip’n’Run would like to thank Jim Gavin for inspiring the players at Rip’n’Run this week.


His message of maximising your opportunities and being a risk taker fits in the whole philosophy at the Festival of Basketball. We at Rip’n’Run appreciate Jim for giving up his time at this very busy stage of the Dubs campaign in the football championship.

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RipnRun Festival of Basketball 2012 – The Movie


RipnRun Festival of Basketball 2012 at The King’s Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20, Ireland is the venue for Rip’n’Run Residential Basketball Camp.
Stay One or Two weeks. Play ball and make friends with the best in basketball – have the time of your life!

Tony St Ledger Film Production in association with www.ripnrun.com

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RipnRun Festival of Basketball 2012 – in association with Robinson’s, The Star and Macron Sports – photo Tony St Ledger