The club expresses its condolences to Paddy Fay and his family on the passing of his Mother Philomena Fay RIP. Philomena passed away on Monday February 20th in St. Gabriel’s nursing home. Philomena Fay’s funeral will take place on Thursday February 23rd with funeral mass in the Church of Our Lady of Divine Grace Raheny at 10am and thereafter to St. Fintan’s Cemetery. Details available via rip.ie here
Please note there will be no Manor House training group this Wednesday night, February 22nd. This is due to the Manor House Mid-Term taking place this week. Training will resume as normal next Wednesday February 29th.
Kieran Kelly made history in the National Indoor Arena when he became the first Raheny Shamrock male to win a 800 metre national senior Indoor title. In an absorbing and frantic 800 metre battle where Kelly looked to have stumbled out of contention with 350 metres remaining. The former 400 metre specialist quickly returned to his stride and pushed it to the front of the race with an effective burst…
Mick Clohisey was a comfortable winner of the Enniscorthy 10K winning out in 29 minutes 59 seconds. Balbriggan’s Lithuanian international Valdas Dopolskas to second place some 36 seconds behind Clohisey. The Raheny men’s team finished in second place with Simon Ryan clocking 33:40 and Donal Foley posting 34:28. DSD won the team race. Other finishers in Enniscorthy were Dermot Gorman 34:58, Vinny Clohisey 45:15 and Dave Brady 53:59.