Win for Clohisey in Ferrycarrig PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 04 January 2015 20:35

Mick Clohisey won today's Ferrycarrig 5 mile with a time of 23:57. Mick was a comfortable winner, finishing 56 seconds ahead of second place. Bernard Roe was 3rd in 26:40 & Daragh Bell in 4th in 27:12. The trio won the team prize. Brian Kelly was 15th and 2nd O50 in 28:56, Vincent Clohisey jnr was 18th in 29:18 while Vincent Clohisey snr was 33rd and 1st O60 in 33:27. Elsewhere today, Dave brady ran 27:43 the Little Christmas 5k Forest Run. Earlier in the week Mick Clohisey was in action over in Austria, running 20:06 for 6.8km, coming 12th in the process.

 
Recent Results PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 03 January 2015 21:20

Will Walsh was the winner of the St.Annes park run today in 17:22. Other finishers were Brian Christensen 18:10, John Clohisey 18:38, Jody Gilhooly 19:05, Charlie Sheil 20:22, Laura Brennan 20:51, Jim Keogh 20:57, Keith Moynes 22:34, Paul Cullen 23:24, Connor Jennings 23:36, Siobhan Foley 24:14, Emer Nolan 24:53 & Mark Smyth 26:52. In Malahide, Annette Kealy was 4th overall and 1st women in 19:02. Other finishers Seamus Rooney 19:22, Brian Quigley 19:22, Sean Flynn 21:21, Ann Marie Gargan 22:44, Rachel Markey 23:33, Steven Rowe 24:37 & Sarah Deneher 25:23. In Griffeen Dave Brady ran 25:42.

The 54th Annual St Stephens Day Parlaufs were held in absolutely miserable conditions in the new venue of the Rose Gardens in St Annes Park. It was a memorable day in particular for both Liam Sheehan and Colum O’Leary. Liam was gaining his  3rd winner’s plaque in a row, while Colum was getting his hands on his grandfather’s perpetual trophy for the first time. Lucy Barrett and Donal Foley were the other members of the winning team.

The 33rd Annual Goal Mile run on Xmas Day was once again a big success. Over 700 competed raising €5,800 for the third world charity. Sean Duffy continued his great sequence of being the only person to have run all in all 33 races. Sean won the event in 1974. Daire Bermingham  pipped Kieran Kelly in the men’s race. While Becky Woods retained her ladies title. Trophy Winners:  Billy Peppard Cup (1st Man) - Daire Bermingham, Sean Giblin Cup (1st Lady) - Becky Woods, Shamrock Trophy (1st Junior Man) - Cathal O’Cleirigh, Noel Power Cup (1st Junior Lady) - Hannah Byrne, Brian McLoughlin Cup (Estimated Time) - Kieran Kelly, McDermott Cup (1st Juvenile) - Sean Dowling, Joan and Freddie Fox Cup (1st Family) - Bernie and Orla Manley.


 
Mick Kellett PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 January 2015 20:45

The club would like to offer it commiserations to the family of Mick Kellett who died on St Stephen’s day. Mick, the man with the bandana, was only a short time in the club. He was a regular competitor in the AXA Raheny 5, Winter League and Lord Mayor of Raheny 2 Miles Series.

Mick was a real adventure sports enthusiast. He was an accomplished Mountaineer, Hill Walker, Runner and Orienteerer.  He was also a member of GEN, Hill Running and Orienteering Club and was also a former international Hill Runner. He was also a founding member of the Dublin/Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team, of which he was an active member until his death.


Mick’s involvement in athletics started in the late sixties when he was a founder member of Grange Athletic Club which operated in the Grange Park area of Raheny. The club lasted until the mid seventies. Among his clubmates at the time were Tommy Coyle, Mick Martin and Mick Gygax. 

 
2015 starts well for Shamrocks PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 January 2015 16:53

David Brady completed his 104th marathon of 2014 on New Years Eve, as he ran 4:40:38 at the Long Canal marathon. Dave has completed a total of 245 races in 2014, which includes his 104 marathons. Connor Jennings has been by his side for two thirds of those 245 races, completing an impressive 153 races himself. Great achievement by both.

Great numbers from the club took part at the Tom Brennan 5k today in the Phoenix Park. Daire Bermingham was the clubs top finisher in 5th in 15:24, with Brian Leahy 10th in 16:09 and the birthday boy Mick Traynor 11th in 16:12. This trio won the team event from Crusaders. Other finishers were Bernard Roe 16:19, Simon Ryan 16:20, Damien Martin 16:21, Donal Foley 16:23, Simon Devenney 16:23, Dermot Gorman 16:57, Rory Mooney 17:58, Brian Kelly 18:10, John Clarke 18:18, John Freir 19:13, Martin Kelly 19:35, Niamh Corry 19:50, Mick Gygax 20:05, Jamie Kenny 20:07, Greg Fitzsimons 20:51, Jenny Mulry 20:56, Jim Keogh 21:12, Keith Moynes 21:30, Mary Purdue Smyth 22:43, Fiona Kirwan 25:03, Dave Brady 25:38, Emer Nolan 25:40 & Dave O'Brien 31:05. Brian Leahy was 1st O35, Damien Martin 1st O45, Mick Traynor 1st O50 with Brian Kelly 2nd O50, while Mary Purdue Smyth was 2nd O50 female.

 
Sunday Round-up PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 29 December 2014 10:54

Ian Conroy won the Fat Turkey run in Sutton. Ian's winning time for the 10k, which is up and down Howth Head, was 34:53. Other finishers were David Kirwin 36:57, Conor O'Dwyer 36:57, Jeremy Skillington 44:43, Desmond Lyons 49:22, Conor Jennings 51:04 & Siobhan Foley 52:39. At the Baldy Beach 8k run Niall Power was 25th in 36:37. Mary Walsh was first FO40 in 40:48, while her son Charlie also ran. Meanwhile Dave Brady clocked two marathons on Sunday. He was first in action in Portumna finishing in 4:34:32 while later that day he ran 5:02:59 in Clontarf.

There was also a Raheny 1-2-3 at the 7k Bull run on Dollymount beach. Brian Leahy was the clear winner from Tom Loftus in 2nd and Martin Kelly in 3rd.

 
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