Important Notice re Dublin CC Ch'ships PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 02 November 2013 19:53

Notice for those attending the Dublin Cross Country championships in St Anne's Park Raheny tomorrow:

There is likely to be serious traffic delays on the Howth Road tomorrow due to ongoing road works in the Raheny village area. For those travelling from the south side of the city it is best to use the East Link Toll bridge and the coast road to access St Anne's Park. Parking available on the Causeway Road.






 
On Line Entry for 2014 Raheny Five is Now Open PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 October 2013 23:37

THE on line entry system for the 2014 Axa Raheny 5 road race on January 26 is now open. Come and join us for the 30th anniversary race.

To enter just click on the link below and follow the instructions:


http://www.activeglobal.com/ie/running/dublin-ireland/axa-raheny-5-2014

 
Club hosts Dublin Senior CC Championships on Sunday PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 October 2013 12:16

THE club host the Dublin senior cross country championships on Sunday in St Anne's Park. There is a programme of juvenile championship races beginning at 11am; following by the junior men's and women's races. The senior women's race begins at 2.15 while the men's senior race over 10,000m is at 2.45. We wish all our athletes well in this prestigious championship event.

It is also an honour for the club to be hosting the championships. But in order for the event to be staged successfully it requires assistance from club members who are not participating in the races. The course has to be laid out; the races have to be stewarded; the course taken down and the runners and officials provided with light refreshments. Please do not leave all the work to the usual tiny number of people. Members are asked to volunteer to help for a few hours on Sunday.

1. Laying out the course: Assemble at 8am at Manor House Entrance to St Anne's Park

2. Stewarding the races: Assemble at Start Line 10.45am (near Manor House Entrance to St Anne's Park

3. Taking Down the course: Racing Will Finish at Approximately 3.30. Work can then begin

4 Catering: Assemble at 3.30 in Raheny GAA Club

If you can spare a few hours on Sunday please email Sean at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or text 087 2248274 and indicate what job you can do.




 
New winners in 3rd round of Fit4Life League PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 11:04

OLLIE McGrath became the third different winner in the Fit4Life League when he saw off last week's winner Brian Quigley by four seconds in tonight's 2 mile race. The winners posted a time of 12.27; Brian Quigley posted a time of  12.31 while round one runner-up Alan Farrell was third in 12.40

There was a fascinating battle for the women's race. Victory went to Blanaid Quigley who was making her debut in the event. She finished fourth overall in 13.40 ahead of Gillian O'Sullivan 13.43 and Geraldine Clements 13.53. Full results under Results tab.

The league continues next Wednesday night at 8pm. All are welcome.


 
Raheny women sweep the boards in Dublin marathon PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 11:24

ONCE again the Raheny female marathon runners won silverware at yesterday's Dublin City Marathon which doubles as the AAI National marathon championships.

After a year's sabbatical the club's all conquering women's O 50 team were again crowned national champions. Led home by Liz Rouine - who also won a bronze medal in the individual O 50 women's category - the other team members were Bernie Manley and Fiona Kirwan, who finished 4th and 6th respectively in the individual category.

As a team they were the undoubted kings of their class as they had a whopping two and a half hours' to spare over their nearest rivals!

The senior women's team of Fiona Stack, Annette Kealy and Jenny Mulry swooped the silver medals in their category. While Annette - who also won the gold medal in the individual 0 45 category - is a multi medal winner in this event - it was the first success for Fiona and Jenny - the latter was also running in her first marathon.

The senior men's team of Bernard Roe, Daragh Bell and Dave Sheehy finished just off the podium taking fourth spot in the team event while the 0 50 men's team of Johnny Fennell, Vinny Clohisey and Dave Brady were sixth. Detailed results are available on the AAI website.

 
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