Clohisey Second in Charleville Freddy Wins Croppy Boy

Mick Clohisey took second place at Charleville international half-marathon just 17 seconds behind Donore’s John Travers. Travers posted posted a personal best of 64.23 with Clohisey just behind in 64:40. Freddy Sittuk won the Croppy Boy 10K 33 minutes 50 seconds nearly two minutes clear of Wateford’s Noel Murphy. Jill Meehan posted 27 minutes 35 seconds in the 5K race. A number of athlete’s competed in the Star of the…

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AGM Venue

The venue for the Club’s AGM has been confirmed as Raheny GAA Club. Notice of Annual General Meeting – Thursday 4th October, 8pm Venue: Raheny GAA Club ______________________________ Committee Nominations: Should you be interested in seeking a position on the Committee you should hand in your nomination signed by both a Nominator and Seconder to either Mick Martin (Chairperson) or Paul Brady (Secretary) by 8pm Wednesday 26th September 2018. Further…

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Parkrun Round-Up September 22

John Dunne won out in Porterstown posting 17 minutes five seconds, while Brian Sexton won out in Carlow Town in 18 minutes 17 seconds. Alan Foley won out in Fr. Collins Park in 19:17. While Annette Kealy took second place in Malahide in 18:20 with Conall Murphy fifth in 19:21, Patricia O’Cleirigh 24:25, Rachel Markey 25:25, Steven Rowe 26:40 also ran. Ronan Kenny took third place in St. Annes Park…

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Raheny In The Fast Lane

By Kieran Kelly In spite of being a strongly distance based club, Raheny Shamrock has always had a strong sprint tradition. The first national title won by the club being the 4×400m men’s relay in 1970, Ciaran McDunphy winning national sprint hurdle titles in the 1980s and 1990s as well as setting national senior and junior records along the way, Paddy Noonan representing Ireland and winning national senior medals, Kieran…

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