Notice for athletes entering the National Half Marathon PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 June 2013 23:18

Athletes must enter themselves in National /Rock 'n Roll Half Marathon   

Club athletes intending to run the Rock 'n Roll Half Marathon which also incorporates the National Half Marathon on
August Bank Holiday Monday are advised that they must look after their own entry.

Similar to the Great Ireland 10K and the Dublin City Marathon athletes should also be specific in naming Raheny Shamrock as their club.

Athletes should note that an entry fee of €25 applies to AAI members up to 30th June but that from July 1st onwards a
fee of €49 per entry will be charged.

After you have entered you should advise club captains Dick Hooper and Anne Reede so as they can be aware when 
nominating teams for the National Half Marathon.
St Anne's Park Hosts Race Walking Grand Prix PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 June 2013 22:31

St Anne's Park hosts the 19th Dublin International Grand Prix of Race Walking on next Saturday, June 29 beginning at 9.30am. Among the events is a 50km walk for senior men and a 20km walk for senior women. There is also a Ireland v England Boys and Girls match. The final race  a vets event between Ireland and England is scheduled for 1.30pm

The club is assisting with the stewarding and organisation of the event. Anybody interested in stewarding or helping out is asked to contact Pat Hooper @ 086  8158052.

Round Up of Weekend Results (Updated) PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 24 June 2013 00:10

THE senior men's team retained the team prize at the Michael Manning 10km road race in Dunshaughlin on Saturday night. Simon Ryan was the club's first finisher taking 6th place in 31.45; Bernard Roe was 10th in 31.59; Mick Traynor 11th in 32.41 and Damien Martin 19th in 33.34 giving them an overall tally of 46 points while the second placed team Star of the Sea had 59 points. Mick an Damien were first and second respectively in the 0 45 category

Other club finishers in the popular event included Darragh Bell 34.58; Dave Grange 35.56 pb; Barry Lennon 36.21; John Clohisey 35.57; Vinny Clohisey 38.35; Dave O'Hara 39.06; Greg Fitzsimons 39.36; Dee Magee 42.12

In the Malahide Castle 5km Parkrun on Saturday John Clarke was second overall in 18.08 while Aine Crimin was third female in 21.12. Other club finishers included Steve Moody 18.47; Jeremy Skillington 19.30; Jim Keogh 20.20; Connor Jennings 22.14; David Butler 24.35; Cheryl Gunning 25.09.

Aoife Talty celebrated her front page cover story in the Irish Independent's Fit Magazine by winning the Docklands 5km road race in 16.51 - the quality of her performance is underlined by the fact that she was eighth overall in the race.  Kate Cronin made it a double for Raheny when she won the 10km race on the same programme - in a terrific finish she clocked 35.59 - two seconds ahead of clubmate Annette Kealy.

Meanwhile in the Dublin Pride 5km run Lorraine Byrne was second in 19.24. Other club finishers included Keith Moynes 20.31; Helen Carr 23.53; Denise Kelleher 24.23, Dave Brady 25.30.

Des Kennedy wins IMRA Leinster League PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 June 2013 11:41

DES Kennedy won the Sorrell Hill IMRA Leinster League race on Wednesday night and clinched the IMRA Leinster League in the process with 6 wins and a third place from his seven starts in the 13 race series.

Niamh Garvey was second female in the race while Michael Gygax, Dave Brady and Ciaran McGrath also ran. 

Des and Niamh were back in action last night in the Kilfinane AC 5m road race in County Limerick. Des finished fifth overall in 27.21 and first O 40 while Niamh was 4th woman and first O 35 in 33.46.

Davy Byrne keeps 100% record in Lord Mayor series PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 June 2013 21:58

DAVY Byrne make it two wins on the spin in the 2013 Lord Mayor 2 mile series tonight winning in 10.05. He had 15 seconds to spare over Alan Danagher while Sean Doran was third in 10.22. Brid Ni Chonaill won the women's race in 12.05 ahead of Anne Marie Woods (12.14) and Niamh Garvey (12.40).

The category winners were Male: 0 40 Ronan Walsh 11.35; 0 45 Brian Kelly 11.12; 0 50 Martin Kelly 11.51; 0 55 Colm Doran 12.52; 0 60 Pat Timmins 12.10; 0 65 Liam Mulready 13.31; 0 70 Tadhg Twomey 16.00.

Female: 0 45 Brigid Smyth  14.38; 0 50 Fiona Kirwan. The full details are in the Results category

NB: There is no race next Tuesday night (June 25). The League resumes on Tuesday fortnight, July 2

Simon Devenney was second in the Dublin Novice road racing championships which were held in conjunction with the Tommy Lynam Mid Summer 5km race in St Anne's Park last Sunday. The team race for the men's title was very close. Donore Harriers captured gold with 81 points; Sportsworld were second on 84 points while the Raheny team of Simon, Collie O'Leary, Daragh Bell and Niall McDonnell took the bronze with 86 points. The full details results of the Novice championships are now posted on the Dublin Athletic Board site.

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