Raheny duo in action in World Mountain Racing Ch'ships PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 07 September 2013 11:00

Raheny's mountain racing aces Kate Cronin (right) and Ian Conroy will be representing Ireland tomorrow at the 29th World Mountain Racing championships in Krynica-Zdroj in Poland. The latter was the first Irish finisher at the European championships earlier this year.

Club Treasurer Pat Hooper is joint Irish team manager.

Meanwhile on the domestic scene, Conor Dooney was second in the Clonliffe 2 mile race on a new course around Santry in 9.41. Annette Kealy was 20th overall and first female in 11.0. Other club finishers included Pat Timmins 12.01; Des Lyons 13.20; Connor Jennings 13.45; Shay Byrne 15.04 and Dave Brady 15.56.

Juvenile Training Resumes PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 13:11

Notice for all Juvenile Athletes:

Juvenile training resumes in Manor House next Wednesday 11th  September at 5.30pm.


Notice of Club Annual General Meeting PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 08:25

The annual general meeting of the club takes place on Thursday, September 26, in Raheny GAA club at 8pm sharp.

Please note that the following are the procedure for submitting nominations and motions

All nominations (ie for positions on the club committee) must be submitted in writing or by email including the names of the proposer and seconder to the club secretary Bernard Lynch by 6pm on Thursday, September 19th.

Likewise all motions to be debated at the AGM must be submitted in writing or by email to the club secretary by 6pm on Thursday, September 19th. The email address is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Nominations and or motions CANNOT be submitted on the night of the meeting.

Only registered (ie those who have paid their subs) adult club members are allowed to nominate persons for election, submit motions or vote at the AGM.

Overall Results of Lord Mayor Series PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 September 2013 20:51

THE final round of the 2 mile Lord Mayor series produced the highest standard so far in the series. Emmet O'Brien won the race in 10.18, ahead of Dermot Gorman (10.29) with  junior Philip McDonagh finishing third

 Anne Marie Woods broke the 12 minute barrier for the first time in the the series (11.53) to take first in the women's category ahead of Brid Ni Chonaill (12.44) and Helen Carr (13.11).

The category prize winners were: Male  0 40 Ronan Walsh; 0 45 Joe Casey; 0 50 Martin Kelly; 0 55 Davy Byrne; 0 60 Steven Rowe;  0 65 Ray McCormack; 0 70 Tadgh Twomey (snr)

Female:  0 40 Fiona Coyle; 0 45 Brighid Smyth; 0 50 Fiona Kirwan.

The overall series results were

Male: 1st Davy Byrne 2nd Dermot Gorman 3rd John Clarke

Age Categories: 0 40 Ronan Walsh; 0 45 Paul Conroy; 0 50 Martin Kelly; 0 55 Christy Reilly; 0 60 Steven Rowe; 0 65 Ray McCormack; 0 70 Tadgh Twomey (snr).

Female: 1st Anne Marie Woods; 2nd Karen Quigley; 3rd Bernie Manley.

Age Categories: 0 40 Fiona Coyle; 0 45 Brighid Smyth.

Picture (right) by Stephen Brady features top three overall in women's race from left Bernie Manley, Anne Marie Woods with son Luc and Karen Quigley.

The next club race is the three mile Jim Wall handicapped race on Thursday, September 12th at 8pm.

All are welcome.

Round Up of Weekend Results PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 01 September 2013 20:51

ANNETTE Kealy finished a marvellous second overall in the Malahide Castle 5km Park run on Saturday in 18 seconds flat. Obviously he was the third female finisher. Gavin Eccles was 3 (18.07) and Jeremy Skillington third in 20.05.

Other club finishers were Aine Cremin, third female in 21.06; Aoibhinn McGoldrick 21.39 and Cheryl Gunning 25.45.

In the Mick Murphy Memorial 4 mile race Freddie Keron Sittuk who is currently training with the club was second in 19.11. Eoin Fegan finished with a time of 26.21 while Helen Carr posted a time of 27.23.

Rory Mooney was 8th in the Tullamore half marathon in 1:18.02 on Saturday while Ultan McGuckian ran a pb of 1:29.29 iin the race.

Dave Brady clocked 4.01.30 in the Craughwell marathon on Saturday and he was first O 60 in the Clara 10km race today in 50.55


Overall prizes presented in all categories.

Open to Everyone

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