Gold for Mick and Damien at Euro Masters PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 May 2013 21:44

MICK Traynor and Damien Martin won struck gold today at the European Masters none stadium championship in Upice in the Czech Republic. In the 10km road race  they helped Ireland win team gold.

Mick also won an individual silver in the 0 45 category while Damien was 6th in the same category. Galway's Gerry Ryan won the individual gold in the O45 category and was second overall in the race. Tomorrow they compete in a cross country race.

 
Teams named for Round 1 of National League PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 May 2013 21:32


The first round of the AAI National League takes place on Sunday in Santry Stadium. Team captains Paul McKenny and Brian Corcoran have named the following squads for the event. Best of luck to everyone.


MEN'S SQUAD

100mts                 J. Davis

200mts                 J. Davis

400mts                 K.Kelly

800mts                 K. Kierwan

1500mts               TBA

5000mts               B. Roe

3000mts S/ch       C. O’Leary

110hdls                 S.Cahill

400hdls                 S.Cahill

Walk                      James Mahon

4x100                    J.Davis, S.O’Driscoll,E.McGovern, D. Archbold

4x400                    K.Kelly, S.Gill, K.Kirwan,, E.Strutt, E.McGovern

Vault                     S. Green

Long                      L. BellIntini

High                       J. Buckley

Triple                     M. Davis

Shot                       TBA

Discus                   TBA

Javelin                  J. Buckley

Hammer              TBA

56lbs                      TBA


WOMEN'S SQUAD + TIMES OF EVENTS


11.30
100mH
Meave Sheehan Catherine McManus (Back up)

11.30
High Jump
Helen Buckley

12.00
1500m Walk
Ellen O'Hanlon

12.00
Shot Putt
Jenny Corcoran

12.35
400mh
Louise Bernard

13.05
4 x100m 1 Meave Sheehan

 

2 Victoria Dwyer

 

3 Aisling Drumgoole

 

4 Catherine McManus

13.30
Triple Jump
Meave Sheehan

13.30
Hammer
Mieke Kiernan

13.35
1500m
Lorraine Manning Maria O'Sullivan  (Back up)

 14.05

400m
Aisling Drumgoole Shauna Cannon (Back Up)

14.30
Pole Vault
Zoe Brown

14.35
3000m
Fiona Roche

14.45
Javelin
Helen Buckley

15.15
200m
Victoria Dwyer

15.45
800m
Iseult O'Donnell

16.00
Long Jump
Ellen O'Hanlon

16.00
Discus
Mieke Kiernan

16.35
100m
Catherine McManus

17.05
4 x 400m 1 Aisling Dromgoole

 

2 Louise Bernard

 

3 Ellen O'Hanlon

 
 
4 Iseult O'Donnell

Shauna Cannon (Back up)



 






 
Keith Monghan Challenge hits half way point PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 May 2013 20:18
Ian Conroy, more known these days for hill running exploits, has forged a narrow lead in the race for the 2013 Keith Monaghan challenge. This is the trophy awarded to the club's most consistent male scorer in a selected set of 20 road and cross country team races, also referred to as the 100% Challenge.

This years challenge is bringing out the best in the club's men. From the 10 designated races Raheny have won 7 Team Titles with victories at Liffey Valley 5K on New years Day, Leinster CC, Raheny 5, Ballycotton 10, Dunboyne 4, National 10K and Tallaght 5K. With 2nd places at National CC and National Road Relays the only blot on the copybook was the dismal 4th place at MSB 5K. 

Its a lot of fun being a member of Raheny Shamrock. The club loves team races, loves to compete in them an best of all loves winning them. Athletes love the competitiveness and involvement that being a member of a club that sees team as so important. Indeed outside of the challenge races already mentioned Raheny have also won Team races recently at Enniscorthy 10K, Boyne 10K and Terenure 5 among others.

The League table of scorers after 5 races is as follows :-
5pts - Ian Conroy
4pts - Donal Foley, Cillian O'Leary, Bernard Roe.
3pts - Brian Leahy, Mick Clohisey, Mick Traynor.
2pts - Damian Martin, Simon Ryan.
1pt - Colum O'Leary, Simon Devenney, Kevin Moriarty, Mark Kirwan, Des Kennedy, Conor O'Dwyer, Eamonn Delahunt.

Upcoming  designated races include Dunshaughlin 10K and  Dundealgan 5K.

 
Juvenile Membership PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 23:31

The Juvenile sector of the club is currently at full capacity. As a result we are not accepting new juvenile members at the moment. There is a waiting list in operation and when vacancies arise parents or guardians will be informed.

 
The late Joe Mooney PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 23:09


The club would like to offer it's condolences to the family of Joe Mooney who died recently in Australia.
Joe was one of the club's top coaches in the 1980s and early 1990s. Joe started his coaching
career with Trinity AC in Donaghmede in the in the 1970s. He then moved to Donore Harriers. He soon
saw the grass was not greener in Islandbridge and then threw his lot in with the local Shamrocks.

During 10 great years with the club Joe had plenty of success. He coached the the club's Junior Cross Country 
team to the National title in 1987. The scoring team that day was David Jones, Pat Maher, Damien Bates
and Brian Peppard. Dave ran for Ireland in that years World Junior Cross Country in Poland. While the other
3 won athletic schlorships to American Universities.

Pauline Durren another of his proteges finished 2nd in the 1986 National Junior Cross Country beating a one
Sonia O'Sullivan in the process.Pauline too went to America on an athletic schlorship. Joe's 3 children Joe Jnr, Anne
and Susan all ran with distinction for the club. 

Among others who were coached by Joe and have fond memories of him are Declan and Edel Peppard,
Eoin Brady, Stephen Nolan, Niall Byrne, Edel Hanley, Dorothy O'Neill and Nora Maher. In the late 1990s
following his retirement from Dublin Corporation Joe followed his family out to Australia where he has lived 
since.To his wife Eileen and family we say thanks for all he gave to Raheny Shamrock's.
 
 
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