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To have Team Aine lead the way was wonderful as they have been true ambassadors of everything The Kiltwalk stands for.
The midfielder posted a collage of pictures of himself and Aine and two other pictures of her smiling, one of them next to balloons which spelt out "22".
Aine Foley, 29, and Nicola Williams, 31, have been cho-sen as finalists for the Specsaversavers Spectacle Wear of the Year GARETH EVERETT
Aine points out that some of the volunteers were campers and have returned to give something back now they're older is an inspiration to parents of children who are battling illnesses.
Aine Adams, who waived her right to anonymity, wept and clutched her younger sister Sinead for support.
Aine, five, is one of just 60 people in the UK to suffer from Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS), a condition of the central nervous system where her body stops automatically controlling her breathing when she falls asleep.
Guigal Cotes du Rhne, Belleruche from Chapoutier and Parallel 49 from Jaboulet Aine typify the class of the region.
Mason Jones; Aine Whitehead; Macauley Dodds; Amanda Dodds; Alice Dodds; Mick Cambridge
Unbeaten on her first two starts, including when beating a subsequent winner under a big weight at Navan on her second start, Aine improved again when upped to Listed company at Haydock last time.
Michael O'Brien's three-year-old was beaten one length by Aine when ridden by a 10lb claimer and will have the more experienced Frank Berry in the saddle this time.
Today his devastated wife, Aine Sangra-Knight, aged 34, paid tribute to the singer-songwriter, who was well known on the Midlands pub circuit under the stage name Stuart Knight.
Just outside Luang Prabang is a village called Aine Savanh (on sah-WAN).