Ian Conroy wins 3rd round of Lord Mayor series PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 30 June 2014 14:26

IAN Conroy made it two wins out of three in the third round of tonight's Lord Mayor 2 mile summer series. He just missed breaking the ten minute barrier -posting a time of 10.03. 

Davy Byrne was second in 10.10 while Simon Reade was third in 10.45.

Orla Manley continued her dominance of the women's event finishing 11th overall in 12.36. Sarah Quigley was second in 12.52 while Helen Carr was third in 13.00.

The category prize winners were: O 40 Catherine Leavy; 0 45 Brid Smyth; 0 50 Mary Kelly; 0 55 Deirdre McDonnell.

0 40 Niall Power; 0 45 Joseph Casey; 0 50 John Fennell; 0 55 Christy Reilly;  0 60 Pat Timmons; 0 65 Liam Mulready; 0 75 Tadgh Twomey.

The League continues every Tuesday night at 8pm for the remainder of the summer.

Full results under Results tab.

Club Registration Numbers PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 29 June 2014 21:42
A list of registered club members together with their current registration number has now been posted on the noticeboard in the clubhouse.

Anybody seeking their registration number for inclusion on a race entry form can consult this list. If you still have a query contact club registrar Bernie Manley.

* Tomorrow Monday is the closing date for entries for the National Half Marathon which is part of the Rock and Roll half marathon on August 4th at the special rate of 25 euro. Form available on the AAI website. You will need current registration number of complete this form.

Round Up of Weekend Results PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 29 June 2014 21:30

Daragh Bell was the club's first finisher in yesterday's Irish Runner 5m road race in the Phoenix Park in 27.19. Fiona Stack was 5th in the s women's race in 29.31. Mary Purdue Smyth won the O 50 category 36.48 while Bernie Manley was third O 55 in 37.28. Jamie Kenny was first junior in 35.01 while Johnny Fennell was third 0 50 in 31.04.

Other club finishers included Barry Lennon 29.25; Ultan McGuckian 32.04; Eoin Fegan 32.12; Orla Manley 33.31; Des Lyons 35.07; Helen Carr 35.08;Robbie Beggs 35.18; Paula Maguire 42.02; Meera Ui Chonghaile 42.15; Sandra McDonagh 42.42.

David Rooney won the Malahide 5km park run on Saturday in 15.24 ahead of Simon Ryan 15.40 and David Sheehy 16.14. Other club finishers included Brian Quigley 18.46; Darren Keane 19.45; David O'Hara 20.37; Steve Rowe 23.42; Cheryl Gunning 26.22.

In St Anne's Park  Will Walsh, back after a three year battle with injury was 4th in 17.30 while Declan Doherty was 6th in 17.50; Colm Delaney was 9th 18.26 and Triona NicDhonaill ran 27.31.

Dermot Gorman completed the Waterford half marathon today in a personal best of 77.04.

Dave Brady was on marathon duty at the weekend running 4:24.25 in Clontarf on Friday before heading off for a 5km in Kilcock which he did in 25.53. On Saturday he did the Waterford marathon in 4:20.05 together with club mates, Maurice Timmins and Dave O'Brien 4:50.38. It was Dave's 26th marathon to complete.

Juvenile Medal Winners at Leinster Ch'ships PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 29 June 2014 21:16

Congrats to our medal winners at the Leinster Juvenile Track and Field championship in Tullamore at the weekend. Next stop are the All-Ireland's.


Mieke Kiernan, 1st Hammer; 43.09m; 2nd Discus 28.91; Conor Bermingham, 1st Pole Vault; 4.0m; Sean O’Driscoll, 1st 100m in 11.15’; 1st 200m in 22.65; Dylan Archbold, 5th 100m; 11.82


Robert Ivors, 1st Pole Vault; 3.40m, PB from 2.60; Luc Bellintani, 2nd Long Jump; 6.55; Conor Walsh, 3rd Hammer; 31.25, PB from 30.69; 5th Discus.


Robert Ivors, 1st Pole Vault; 3.40m, PB from 2.60


Ethan Ryan 2nd Pole Vault 2.30m PB

Maria O'Sullivan wins Dublin 1500m title PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 June 2014 11:38

MARIA O'Sullivan won the Dublin 1500m Championship title on Wednesday night in Tallaght Stadium - her winning time was 4:41.90. Club mate Karen Crossan was 8th in 5:01.43. In the men's 1500m Donal Foley was 8th in 4:29.78.

In the sprints Sean O'Driscoll won the Dublin 200m Championship in 22.28; Kieran Kelly was 5th in 22.97 while Aisling Drumgoole was second in the women's 200m championship event in 26.27. Meanwhile, Mieke Kiernan took bronze in the discus in 26.79.

In Graded 200m races Cathal O Cleirigh ran 24.23; Adam Cox 24.26 and Liam Sheehan 25.84.

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