Motivational Talk by Declan Coyle PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 17:58


DECLAN Coyle who wrote the book, 'The Green Platform' and is a much sought after inspirational speaker will give a talk in Killester Resource Center, beside Killester Church this Thursday, June 12th from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. The event is open to all club members.


Declan is a top class inspirational speaker for business leaders and also in the sports arena giving goal settings and mental strength motivational sessions. He has worked in the past with a number of GAA teams including the Kerry and Cork football teams and Tipperary and Dublin hurling teams. He also worked with the Kentucky Wild Cats when they won the national basketball title in the USA. 

We would like as many members as possible to attend as Declan has given us his time at very short notice.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

 
Reminder....reminder...reminder PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 08:18

Lord Mayor  Summer Series starts tonight (Tuesday) June 10:

Twelve races for 50 euro.

Prizes in all categories.

Open to all.

All Races 2 mile

All begin at 8pm.

Registration in clubhouse from 7.15pm.

Refreshments afterwards

Make Tuesday your racing night for the rest of the summer

 
Mrs Josephine Corish RIP PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 09 June 2014 15:43
 The death has occurred of Pheny (Josephine) Corish (née Power), wife of Raheny Shamrock AC President Nick Corish. May she rest in peace.

Her funeral arrangements are: Removal this evening (Monday) from Lanigan's Funeral home, 21 Beaumont Road to St Gabriel's Church, Clontarf, arriving at 6pm.

Funeral mass tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2pm in Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, Ballygarrett, Co. Wexford. Burial afterwards in adjacent cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations if desired in lieu to St Vincent De Paul or Cahore Inshore Rescue Services.





 
Raheny Juveniles excel at Dublin Championships PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 08 June 2014 20:35

The club's top juvenile athletes were in top form at this weekend's Dublin Juveniles championships. Well done to their coaches and, in particular, to Damien Wall Head Coach of the Intermediate Group.  Between them the squad won an impressive tally of 25 medals (7 gold; 8 silver and 10 bronze) across a range of disciplines

The Updated Results are as follows:

100m

U 17 Ethan Bannon 3rd 11.7

U 18 Orla Comerford 2nd 13.00

U 18 Luc Bellintani  3rd 11.9

U 19 Holly Ryan 3rd 13.5 Aisling Moore 4th


 200m:

U 15  Jamie Sheridan  2nd 25.2,

U 16  Evan Hayes 3rd 25.5,

U 17 Lucy Barrett 4th 28.5,

U 17  Ethan Bannon 2nd 23.3, 3rd Gavin McCarthy 24.10

U 18 Orla Comerford 2nd 26.3,

U 19  Holly Ryan 3rd 27.0,  Aisling Moore 4th 28.0,

U 19 Sean O'Driscoll 1st 22.10,

U 17 1500m Hannah Byrne 4th 5.17.10.

400m:

U 17 Hannah Byrne 3rd 60.9 4 Lucy Barrett 4th 65.2

U 18 Cathal O'Cleirigh 4th 53.7

800m

U-17 Aoibhinn McGoldrick 2nd 2.27; Enya Kernan 5th

U 18 Dylan Kirwan 4th 2.06.4

1500m

U17  Hannah Byrne 4th 5.17.1

Long Jump

U 18  Luc Bellintani 1st 6.65m

High Jump

U 18 Ailbhe Murphy 1st 1.55

Pole Vault

U 16  Jamie Murphy 2nd 2.20m, Ethan Ryan 3rd, 2.2m

U 17  Robert Ivers 1st 2.6m, 2nd Barry Henegan 2.4m

U 19  Conor Bermingham 1st 4.00m

Hammer

U18  Claire Beauchamp 1st 44.13m,

U 18  Conor Walsh 3rd 29.95,

U 19  Mieke Kiernan Ist 41.84m

Discus

U 18 Claire Beauchamp  2nd 22.57m

U18  Conor Walsh 3rd 17.33m

Meanwhile, at the Northern Ireland T & F championship Jamie Davis was third in the 100m in 11.09; Kieran Kelly was also third in the 400m in 49.83 while Ian Graham was 7th in the Long Jump with a best effort of 6.12m



 
Aoife Talty wins Patrick Bell 5km PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 07 June 2014 23:22


AOIFE Talty won the 5km Patrick Bell Memorial road race in Bohermeen in County Meath last night in 16.57. She was 21st overall. The first club finisher was Rory Mooney who was 16th in 16.50.

Dave Rooney and Helen Carr did  a club double in the Malahide Castle 5km park run. Dave back to winning ways on Irish soil posted a time of 16:06 to take the win, while Helen posted a time of 21:01, other competitors on the day included Louis Linnane 18:49, Steve Reeves 19:04,Brian Quigley 19:15,Seamus Rooney 19:53, Keith Moynes 20:42,Christy Reilly 22:51, Denise Kelleher 23:02,Steven Rowe 24:25,Larry Fox 28:01, 

In the St Anne's park run Alan Foley was the first club athlete home in a time of 17:39, also competing were Robbie Beggs 20:30, Conor Kelly 21:44, Connor Jennings 23:01, Meara Ui Chonghaile 28:07, Martina Smith 29:02 and Triona Nic Dhonaill. 31:30

In Moune way marathon Dave Brady posted a time of  5:55:23.


 
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