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Stonethrowers Rally 2012
Ireland

The Sepam Stonethrowers Rally will once again be based in Clonmel and will take place on Sunday the 12th of August 2012. Stages have been picked by COC John Ward. 

This is the 40th year of the Stonethrowers Rally. 

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