All Ireland Cross Country Club Trophy Presented

Raheny Shamrock were presented with the All Ireland Cross Country Club of the Year trophy for 2016/17 at the Athletics Ireland AGM on Saturday. The award based on league format is determined with across the men’s and women’s national novice, intermediate, senior, masters 35 and masters 50 cross country championships. The points were awarded as one point for a team finishing any of the championships and then points were award…

29/04/2017
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Kealy Third in Clonliffe Two

Annette Kealy landed third place in the 126th Clonliffe Two Mile which on Thursday night. The ever consistent Kealy is still on top form and took third place just 25 seconds behind Donore’s Sorcha Nic Domhnaill who won out in 10 minutes 58 seconds. The historic race has now returned back to Santry stadium and a number of club athlete’s made the short trip up to the old stadium with…

27/04/2017
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Dublin Graded Meet 1 Wrap

The opening fixture of the Dublin Graded took place on Wednesday evening April 26 in Santry Stadium. There were some extremely big fields which shows how much athletics has grown in the Dublin area in the last number of years. There were some impressive performances from Raheny athletes as the track and field season kicks off and the potential for plenty of 2017 personal bests is upon us. Kevin Byrne…

27/04/2017
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North Leinster Schools Round-Up

Santry Stadium bustling with excitement on an April afternoon could only mean one thing and that’s the beginning of the school’s track and field season with the North Leinster Schools. It was a fantastic day from all the Raheny athletes representing their schools in the famous old stadium on a very cold day. In the senior boys, Mark Smyth (St.Fintan’s High School) won the 100 metres while there was also…

26/04/2017
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