Published Friday, 29 June 2012
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Some children who missed out on the chance to see the torch first time round got a second chance, when Paul turned up at their school near Cookstown.
"It's very special because it might only be a once in a lifetime opportunity for me to hold it," one delighted St Joseph's pupil told UTV.
And Paul was keen to allow the children at 'nearby' St Mary's the same opportunity - even if he had to run the five miles to get there.
"It was hard enough running 300m with that!" he declared.
Thank you, St Joesph’s and St Mary’s!
But the intrepid news man set off gamely and eventually arrived at his destination, only a little worse for wear.
"I feel like I'm at the Olympics," an excited pupil told UTV.
Paul was just as delighted by the experience though, receiving generous donations from both schools for the Northern Ireland Hospice.
And he wasn't even out of puff when he read the news afterwards ...