When under pressure people come up trumps and this was certainly true for last Wednesday night’s round of the Burma Challenge where everyone had to predict their time and try to get as near to that time as possible. A few came very close and of the 11 teams, five kept their penalties to under 2 minutes and this has resulted in changes on the leader board. One of the big movers was Moyneard who moved from 11th to 6th while also moving were Lisheen and Rahealty. Ballyerk are still at the top but with the final night taking place on Wednesday and all five members on a team competing as a relay team who knows how this will change the final standings. The 1st leg of 500mts will be run by Mairead O’Dwyer, Evelyn Cornally, Patricia Cummins, Bernie McGrath, Mark O’Dwyer, Martin Kiely, Lorraine Kelly, Eamonn Hayes, Bernie Lowe, Leona Doyle and Bee Hayes. The 2nd leg of 700mts will be run by Liz Power, Jennifer Flahive, Helen Phelan, Della Hunter, Pauline O’Connell, Breda McNamara, Catherine Dunne, Ashley Dann, Alan Shanahan, Aoibheann Duggan and Aoife Campion. 3rd leg of 1,000mts will be run by Ber Spillane, Sharon Cantwell, Tom Dwyer, Mark King, Francis Power, Cha Duggan, William Crone, Edel Leahy, Deirdre Kearney, Ray Power and Tom McGrath. The 4th leg of 1,200mts sees Kevin Dunne, Lisa Quinlan, Paddy Doyle, Michelle Percy, Roisin Daly, Nicola O’Mahony, Frances Long, Henry Cummins, Jim Cummins, Brian Kelly and Sharon Kiely taking the baton with the 5th and final leg of 1600mts run by Richard Daly, Philip McBain, Tom Flahive, Liam Kelly, Jody Sweeney, Seamus Concagh, Brian Carroll, Thomas Moore, Nathan Bowe, Pakie Bowe and Mark Cummins. As this is a relay event all five members of the team will have to be present on the night. Final results and presentation of prizes will take place immediately afterwards. Refreshments will be served as usual.