AT yesterday's Masters All-Ireland Track and Field championships in Tullamore Annette Kealy won the 045 3,000m in 10:47.32. Maria Murphy picked up two bronze medals in the 0 35 category after finishing third in both the 200m (30:14) and the 400m (65.46).
Liam Mulready also captured two medals - winning the 0 65 400m in 73.55 and taking second place in the 800m in 2:41.41.
Meanwhile, the senior men's team won the team event at the popular Streets of Galway 8km race. Freddy Kerron Situk was third overall in 24.10 and the other scorers on the team were Bernard Roe 12th (26.40), Cillian O'Leary 15th 26.57 and Donal Foley 19th 27.30. The team had a total of 49 points while second placed Galway City Harriers - the host club - had 60.
LUC Bellintani finished an excellent second in the Long Jump in the Celtic Games Home Countries international today with a leap of 6.82m.
On the roads Simon Ryan was second in 32:48 in the Annagassan Viking 10kn coastal race. Damien Martin was second overall in the Sutton to Howth Summit 10km in 35.03. David O'Hara (45.00) and Connor Jennings (51.45) also competed. It was Conor's 100th race this year.
In the Athboy 5km road race on Friday night Feidhlim Kelly was 4th in 16.07 and Rory Mooney was 12th in 16.49.
In the 5km Park runs Frank Mangan was second in St Anne's in 17.25; John Clohisey was 4th in 18.30 while Karen Crossan was 5th in 18.34 and first female. Other finishers included Louis Linnane 19.08 and Jeremy Skillington 20.32.
In Malahide Castle Dave Gargan was the club's first finisher in 19.02. Other club participants were Seamus Rooney 19.29; Darren Keane 19.35; Brian Quigley 19.44; Ann Marie Gargan 23.09; Steve Rowe 23.48; Cheryl Gunning 25.31; Sarah Deneher 25.35; Clare Fox 26.08.
Dave Brady completed a mountain trail marathon in Connemara today in 5:45 having run the 5km in Athboy on Friday night in 25.06.