Round Up of Weekend Results Updated PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 May 2013 21:16


Bernard Roe was the club's top finisher in the Terenure 5km road race taking 5th place in 25.42. Cillian O'Leary was four seconds behind in 6th place (25.46).  Mick Traynor was 11th overall and 1 045 in 26.36 whle Damien Martin was 16th overall and second in the 0 45 category in 26.57. Annette Kealy was fourth female and first O 45 in 28.48. Other club finishers included Daragh Bell 28.14; Dermot Gorman 28.16; Ger Redmond 29.06; John Clarke 29.54; John Clohisey 30.20; Keith Moynes 35.36; Denise Kelleher 39.13.

DES Kennedy was third and first O 40 in the Maynooth 10km road race in 33.39. His wife Niamh Garvey was fourth female in 42.08.

Dermot Gorman won the Malahide Castle 5km Parkrun on Saturday in a pb of 17.05. On his debut in the event Dave Grange was fourth in 17.42. Dave Gargan was 9th in 18.20. Fresh from her exploits in the Kildare marathon Helen O'Connor was the first female finisher in  20.33 while on his debut Martin Byrne was first junior in 19.56.

Other results were Steve Reeves 18.48; Gabriel Byrne 19.02; Donald Quinn 20.05; Louis Linnane 20.06; Dee Magee 20.50; Helen Carr 21.08; Connor Jennings 22.07; Steve Rowe 22.59; Fiona Ryan 26.15; Larry Fox 27.48; Dave O'Brien 30.35.

In the Brockwell 5km parkrun in the UK Kate Cronin was 8th overall and first female in 18.25.

 
Raheny athletes to the fore in Leinster Schools' Final PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 May 2013 17:05


Results from today's Leinster Schools' Athletics Track & Field Championships finals in Santry

Senior: Cillian Kirwan 1st 800m 1.55.80

Ellen O'Hanlon 2nd 800m 2.21,93

Emmett McGovern 4th 100m

Peter O'Brien 1st Pole Vault 4.20

Conor Bermingham 2nd PV 3.80pb

Brion Hoban Hammer 4th 50.39pb

Rachel Swan 1st Pole Vault 2.60

Lizzie McDonnell 2nd 2.50pb

Mieke Kiernan 1st Hammer 40.50

Aisling Barnwall 2nd Hammer 39.34

Mieke Kiernan 3rd Discus 29.82pb and Junior Club record

Maeve Sheehan 5th Triple Jump 9.99

Intermediate:
Luc Bellintani 1st Long Jump 6.40pb

Eoin Strutt 1st 1500m 4.14.95

Sean O'Driscoll 2nd 100m (11.37) & 200m (22.12)

Dylan Kirwan 3rd Steeple Chase

Ailbhe Murphy 4th High Jump

Niamh Corry 2nd 3000m 10.40

Claire Beauchamp 3rd 37.36pb

Relay:
1 Belvedere College including Ethan Bannon and Luc Belintani; 3rd St. Fintan's - Sean Dowling, Paddy O'Donnell, Eoin Strutt, Sean O'Driscoll

Junior:

Hannah Byrne 2nd 1500 5.07.81

Barry Henegan 1st Pole Vault 2.30

Others who ran and jumped well include Andrew McMorrow, Dylan Archbold, Ethan Bannon, Paddy O'Donnell, Orla Comerford, Rhys Doyle & Adam Cox



 
Bronze for Bernard in Dublin 10,000m Ch'ship PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 16 May 2013 22:44

BERNARD Roe won a bronze medal in the Dublin Board 10,000m championship at Santry Stadium last night. He clocked a time of 32:15.10.

The race was held in conjunction with the second graded meeting of the season organised by the Dublin Board.

Club results at the meeting included

Men's 200m: Mick Hynes, 22.87; Emmet McGovern, 22.87; Adam Cox, 23.85; Cathal O’Clerigh, 25.62; Liam Sheehan, 27.37;

Women's 200m: Victoria Dwye, 26.05; Aisling Drumgoole, 27.49 Naoise Delaney 30.92

Men's 1500m: Donal Foley, 4:17.95; Colum O’Leary, 4:19.21; Simon Devenney 4:20.94; Ronan Kenny 4:47.08.

Women;s 1500m: Karen Crossan, 5:15.44

Women's Hammer: Mieke Kiernan, 40.03; Aisling Barnwall, 39.97; Claire Beauchamp, 40.51, pb with 3kg hammer

Men's Hammer: Brion Hoban, 43.28, with 6kg hammer

Men's Pole Vault: Stuart Greene, 4.30; Conor Bermingham 3.60; David Farrell, 2.90

Women's Pole Vault: Lizzie McDowell, 2.50; Rachel Swan, 2.50

Meanwhile, in yesterday IMRA Powerscourt Uphill race Raheny athletes featured strongly. Ian Conroy was second; Des Kennedy third while Kate Cronin was first female. Niamh Garvey, Dave Brady and Ciaran McGrath also competed.



 
Double for David Rooney in US PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 May 2013 23:24

DAVID Rooney completed a notable double at the weekend. Having won the 10,000 at the Southland Conference on Friday in Lake Charles LA, he followed that success up by winning the 5,000m on Sunday in 14.22.17 at the same meeting breaking a 34 year old stadium record held by David Kohrs at 14.31.21 and set in 1979.


 
New Irish Golf champion is club member PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 May 2013 23:31

BALBRIGGAN native Robbie Cannon, who won the Irish Amateur Open golf title at a windy Royal Dublin on Sunday, is also a member of Raheny Shamrock AC and regularly trains with the sprint group under the direction of track and field captain Brian Corcoran.

A full-time fitness consultant, he claimed the biggest title of his career with a play-off win over defending champion Gavin Moynihan and Scottish native Graeme Robertson. Robbie previously won the South of Ireland title in 2009. In a radio interview on Saturday he revealed how training with the club had improved his physical fitness which had boosted his golf career.

 
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