Lord Mayor's Series Round Six PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 23:28

In cooler and more overcast conditions than other recent races, Davy Byrne made it five wins from six races, finishing tonight’s round of the Lord Mayor’s Summer Series in 10.14. He was followed by Dermot Gorman (10.20) and Arnaud Benjacar (10.29).

First woman home and 9th overall was Patricia Wlodarcyk in 11.29.  Bríd Ní Chonaill was second woman in 12.09, followed by Annmarie Woods in 12.19

First O40 female was Fiona Coyle, 045 Brighid Smith, O50 Fiona Kirwan. Other category winners to follow.

Reminder: Lord Mayor Summer League PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 00:18

The Lord Mayor 2 mile summer Leagues continues tonight (Tuesday, July 23) at 8pm. Entry fee 7 euro. All are welcome. Prizes in all categories and in overall series. Light refreshments and shower available after race. Registration in clubhouse from 7.15. See you there.

Round Up of Weekend Results PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 00:06

Bernard Roe was the club's first finisher in overcast but humid conditions at yesterday's Fingal 10k finishing eighth overall in 32.05. Elish Kelly was third woman, in 35.28, closely followed by Kate Cronin in 4th place in 35.31. Annette Kealy was sixth and first female in the O 45 category. There was a huge Raheny contingent running. Club finishers  included:

Bernard Roe 32:05; David Sheehy 34:52; Daragh Bell 35:07; Elish Kelly 35:28; Kate Cronin 35:31; Dave Grange 35:41; John Clohisey 36:55; Barry Lennon 37:05; Annette Kealy 37.06; Fiona Stack 37:32  Greg Fitzsimons 39:43; Ultan Mc Guckin 40:11; Keith Myers 40:11; Gavan Farrell 40:25; Sharon Phelan 41:02; VJ Clohisey 41:41; Eoin Fegan 42:26; Keith Moynes 42:33; Helen Carr 43:40; Helen O' Connor 43:43; Brian Quigley 45:01; Connor Jennings 46:13; Annmarie Gargan 47:06;  David Butler 48:58; Terry Keogh 49:05; Liam Mulready 49:30;Denise Kelleher 52:01; David Brady 52:25;Fiona Murphy 55:25.

In the South of England AA Combined Events championships in Hendon over the weekend Helen Buckley scored a new  points PB of 3760. Her individual performances in the seven individual categories were: High Jump 1.63, SB; Long Jump 4.62; 200m 29.28, PB; 800m 2:42.47; Hurdles 18.82; Shot 9.57; Javelin 33.52, PB.

In the Malahide Castle 5km Park run on Saturday Brid Ni Chonaill was the first female finisher while Helen O'Connor was third. The club results were:
Eoin KEATING 19:31; Brid NI CHONAILL 19:39;Seamus ROONEY 20:14; Helen O CONNOR 21:46; Connor JENNINGS 22:21; Aoibhinn MCGOLDRICK 23:57 (Junior) Ciaran MCGRATH 30:26; Emma HARRISON 31:52 (Junior) Sarah DENEHER 32:31 (Junior)

All-Ireland success for juveniles (Updated) PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 July 2013 20:57

Congratulations to all our juvenile athletes who competed over the weekend.

At the National Juvenile relays in Tullamore on Saturday the U 18 squad of Dylan Archbold, Sean O'Driscoll, Luke Cahill and Adam Cox won the bronze medals in the  4 x 100m relay in 45.05 while the U-16 boys team of Ethan Bannon, Conor Quinn, Lorcan Quinn and Gavin McCarthy were second in the their 4 x 100m relay in 47.2.

Five of our athletes also had the honour of being selected to run on the Dublin teams in the Inter county relay competitions. Ethan Bannon and Adam Cox joined forced with the Tallaght athletes to make up the Dublin U-17 boys team and they took the gold medal in 45.11 in the 4 x 400m event.. Again combining with athletes from Tallaght AC., Sean O'Driscoll and Dylan Archbold competed for the U-19 boys team and they won silver in 44.99 in the 4 x 400m race. Orla Comerford competed on the U-17 girls Dublin team that claimed bronze in the 4 x 100m event in 53.11 Well done to all the athletes and their coaches, in particular to Damien Wall and Kay Bannon for all their efforts.

There was a further honour for the versatile Ethan Bannon who was selected to represent Ireland in the Shot Putt at the Celtic Games in Wales on August 3rd.

The Raheny relay runners show of their medal with coach Damien Wall

On the same day, Luc Bellintani was fourth in the long jump of the Aviva Home Countries schools' International in Morton Stadium, with a best jump of 6.37m

On the final Sunday of National Juvenile competitions, the club won 2 gold medals, 2 silver and one bronze. The results were as follows:

U16 Shot, Ethan Bannon, 1st with 13.94

U16 200m, Ethan Bannon, 1st in 23.38

U16 1500m, Niamh Corry, 8th in 5:15.39

U17 Hammer, Claire Beauchamp, 2nd with 44.69

U17 High Jump, Ailbhe Murphy, 4th with 1.50

U18 200m, Sean O’Driscoll, 5th in 23.52

U18 1500m, Adam Foley, 8th in 4:16.58

U19 Hammer, Brion Hoban, 2nd with 46.63

U19 Triple Jump, Maeve Sheehan, 3rd with 9.82

 The Raheny throwers support each other at the juvenile championships

Mid-Week Results Round Up PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 July 2013 20:33

CILLIAN Kirwan was the club's top performer at the Morton Games meeting in Santry Stadium on Wednesday night. He finished third the junior mile in 4:19.51. Adam Foley was 13th in the same race in 4:36.59.

In other events Dylan Archbold was 4th in the 100m in 11.61. In the 400m B race Kieran Kelly was 5th in 49.61.  In the 800m A race Mark Bermingham was tenth in 1:54.09 while in the B race Conor Dooney was 6th in 1:56.55. Peter O'Brien and Stuart Greene were joint fifth in the Pole Vault with clearances of 4.36m.

Elish Kelly was second female finisher in the Oldcastle 5km road race while at the BHAA/Dublin City Council 5km road race in Irishtown Orla Gormley was third female in 19.57. Other prize winners included June Comiskey 1st O 65 26.22 and Liam Mulready  1st 0 65 22.12. Other club finishers included Connor Jennings 22.09; Mary Purdue Smyth 23.35 and Maurice Timmins 24.40.

Kate Cronin was first female and tenth overall at the IMRA race at the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday night; David Brady also competed.

On a very warm evening, 829 runners took to the streets of the Liberties to raise money for St James’s hospital in The 6k Liberties Fun Run on Thursday night. There was a good turn out from Raheny and some great times, despite the heat. The club’s first finisher was Colm O'Connell, who finished third in 19:35. This is only Colm’s third race since his return to running after breaking his leg, so it’s a fantastic result. Brian Kelly was 10th in 20.36, followed by Patricia Wlodarczyk – 16th overall and 4th female finisher in 22.01

Other Raheny finishers were Helen Carr 24.59, Eoin Fegan 25.49, Connor Jennings 25.59, Robbie Beggs 26.02, Sinead Lyons 29.20, Denise Kelleher 29.37  Dave Brady and Maura Lynskey 30.36.

On Friday night in Edinburgh Martin Kelly took time out from his duties at the Open championship in Muirfield to finish 6th in in a hilly 5k race in 19.02.

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