Records for Scallan and Kelly PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 29 May 2016 21:38

Susan Scallan and Kieran set new club records on the track on a busy weekend. Susan Scallan ran 55.23 to win the 400m at the IFAM meet on Oordegem Belgium. Aisling Drumgoole ran 55.62 in the same race. Colm Bourke had a best of 6.87m in the long jump while Daire Bermingham ran 14:38.58 in the 5000m. At the AAI games Kieran Kelly ran 1:49.17 to set a new 800m record. Dan Scully was winner of the B race in 1:58.28. Orla Comerford ran 12.90 and 12.82 in the 100m. Conor Bermingham won the pole vault with a best of 4.00m.

Feidhlim Kelly was winner of the Malahide parkrun in 16:27. Other finishers were Darren Keane 19:10, Helen Carr 20:45, Steven Rowe 23:04. Dave Gargan was winner in Donabate in 18:46. Other finishers were John Freir 19:27, Seamus Rooney 19:37, Anne Marie Gargan 23:18. Declan Robinson was third in St Annes in 18:02 while Blaithin Sheil was first woman in 19:01. Other finishers were Eamon Traynor 18:52, Keith Comiskey 20:26, Charlie Sheil 20:48, Des Lyons 21:31, Aileen Hooper 21:38, Sean McGoldrick 21:50, Connor Jennings 23:59, Rachel Ormond 24:08, Liz Keary 24:12, Rachel Markey 24:26, Gillian Kenny 24:39. June Comiskey ran 26:39 in Poppintree. Carl Conroy was second in Father Collins in 17:20 while Alan Foley was third in 18:12. Other finishers were Aileen Connolly 21:27, Paul Larkin 21:43. Annette Kealy was first woman in the Coca Cola 5k in 19:34. Martin Taylor ran 22:49 at the Patrick Bell 5k. Tara Kennedy was winner of the Newry 10k

 
Graded Results PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 May 2016 13:24

There were a number of Raheny athletes competing in the Graded meet in Irishtown last night. Aisling Drumgoole was winner of the women's 400m in a time of 56.72. Claire Beauchamp ran 68.7. In the men's 400m Daniel Scully ran 53.47. In the 800m Fergus McCormack ran 2:01.37. Niall Power ran 2:17.99 in the C race just ahead of Alan Foley who ran 2:25.81.

 
Clohisey selected for Rio PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 May 2016 21:48

Congratulations to Mick Clohisey who was selected to represent Ireland in the marathon at the upcoming Rio Olympics. Mick achieved the standard in Berlin and bettered his time in Seville this spring to secure his place to compete on the grand stage later this year. Nicely Mick

 
Weekend results PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 22 May 2016 13:14

Mick Traynor was second in the O50 10km at the European Masters in 34:11. Mick also helped Ireland win the team gold in the 10km race while he helped the O45 team to a bronze in the cross country relay. Damien Martin was a member of the O50 gold winning cross country relay team and helped the O50 team to a silver in the half marathon event. Nora Byrne ran 47:03 in the women's 10km race.

At Highgate night of 10000m, Mick Clohisey ran 29:24. Mark Kirwan was second at the Bob Heffernan 5k in 15:00. John Clohisey ran 40:27 at the Calcutta run. Lucy Barrett was first female in the Calcutta 5k in 21:27. Wes O'Brien won the Malahide parkrun in 16:23. Other finishers were Steven Rowe 23:10, Larry Fox 35:26. Declan Robinson was the clubs first finisher in St Annes in 18:23. Other finishers were Steve Reeves 18:33, Alan O'Flynn 18:37, Eamon Traynor 18:49, Kevin Prendergast 19:35, Brian Christensen 19:39, Aileen Connolly 21:15, Christy Reilly 22:03, Mary Lynch 23:22, Connor Jennings 24:02, Gillian Kenny 24:18, Ger O'Rourke 24:44, Sinead Lyons 26:16, Des Lyons 26:22, June Comiskey 27:01, Valerie Hand 28:46. Dave Grange was winner in Poppintree in 17:46. Dave Gargan was second in Donabate in 18:51 while Anne Marie Gargan ran 23:37. Witek Lochowski was winner in Father Collins in 19:36 while Aileen Hooper was first woman in 21:51. Other finishers were John Fennell 19:58, Rachel Markey 24:26.

Also a special congratulations to Pat Hooper who was awarded a Good Citizen award for sports and recreation by the Lord Mayor during the week.

 
AAI Wall of Vulnerability PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 May 2016 10:44

Congrats to Gay Byrne, one of the coach for the club's middle distance group, who recently proposed the below to AAI National Junior Coach Steve Macklin. 

http://www.athleticsireland.ie/news/wall-of-vulnerability-coaching-experiences-with-steven-macklin

 
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