Favors Passes 19 Metres Again

Eric Favors made it two weeks in a row of throwing over 19 metres, when he finished third at the Carolina Challenge meet, finishing third with a best of 19.22 metres. At the LSU Bayou Bengal, Colm Bourke took Long jump fourth place posting 7.15 metres. At the AAI Games in the National Indoor arena, Michael Farrelly won heat three of the 60 metres in 7.17 seconds and posted 7.10…


Clohisey & Dooney Lead European Club Championship Charge

AXA Raheny 5 champion Mick Clohisey will lead the Raheny Shamrock men’s team at this weekend’s European Club Cross Country championship in Albuferia, Portugal. Clohisey will be joined by national cross country champion Kevin Dooney, Des Kennedy, Michael McMahon and Kevin Moriarty. It is the third year in a row where the Raheny Shamrock men’s team will represent Ireland in this event. While Clohisey and Dooney have competed in the…


O’Hare Breaks Club Triple Jump Record

Kim O’Hare set a new club triple jump record at the national under-23 indoor championships in Athlone IT on Sunday. O’Hare jumped 11.31 metres to take silver, registered her best jump as her second effort. Waterford’s Grace Furlong took gold with a best of 11.50 metres. Meanwhile, Aislinn Mumford took silver in the under-23 pole vault with a best of 2.75 metres, Muireann McGinley of Dublin City Harriers took gold…


AXA Raheny 5 Juvenile Race Results

Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club are very proud to confirm that 864 competitors took part in the AXA Raheny 5 Juvenile races. Please see below the top three in each race, please note that we only publish the top three in these races. 400m Girls Aoibheann Nic Mhathuna -Brothers Pearse Laoise Gorman – Unattached Ella Vogelaar – Mid Sutton 400m Boys Tom Rothwell – Unattached Oliver Rowney – Unattached Luke Power…