Fay Sets New Club One Mile Record

Brian Fay was just .46 of a second off breaking the magical four-minute mile barrier at tonight’s Morton Games. Fay posted 4:00.45 to finish 13th in the Morton Mile, a race won by America’s Sam Prakel in 3:55.80 with 11 athlete’s dipping under four minutes. Fay’s time bettered Kieran Kelly’s 53 week old record by .25 of a second as the first Raheny man to break the four minute barrier…

19/07/2018
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Lord Mayor Series Rd7

Place Name Club Cat Time 1 Brian Sexton Raheny Shamrock MS 10.55 2 John Clarke Raheny Shamrock M35 11.05 3 Conall Roger Jnr Unattached MJ 11.38 4 Niamh Kearney Sli Cualainn FS 11.41 5 Sean Kelly Raheny Shamrock MS 11.43 6 Keith Fleming Raheny Shamrock M45 11.44 7 Alan Foley Raheny Shamrock MS 11.53 8 Mick Flynn Raheny Shamrock M45 11.54 9 Keith Comiskey Raheny Shamrock M45 11.57 10 Dave…

17/07/2018
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Freddy Wins Irish Runner 10 Mile

Freddy Sittuk won the Irish Runner 10 Mile in 52 minutes 43 seconds with Cillian O’Leary second in 52 minutes 46 seconds. Others who ran were, Wesley O’Brien 58:40, Eric Champ 62:10, Barry Lennon 63:25, Daragh Belln 64:22, Fiona Stack 64:39, Keith Fleming       68:32, Keith Comiskey 72:55. Brian Cotter 77:22, Jenny Colbert 78:02, Caroline Farrelly 79:14, Connor Jennings 79:24, Aileen Hooper 79:48, Mary Lynch 79:50, Mary Coghlan 86:29, Emer O’Gorman…

15/07/2018
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Medals Tally-up At Juvenile Championship

Raheny athlete’s collected one gold, two silver and three bronze on day’s one and two of the national juvenile championship. On day one, Michael Farrelly and Sean L’Estrange battled it out in the under 17 100 metres. Posting a one – two in the heats, Farrelly winning out in 11.06 seconds with Sean L’Estrange second in 11.12 seconds. The final saw Final Farelly win out in a new championship best…

15/07/2018
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