Crimin just misses out at Intermediate

Aine Crimin was just outside the medals at the Dublin intermediate in Tymon Park yesterday. Crimin finished just 20 seconds off a medal finishing fifth, the race was won outright by Clare Sullivan of Rathfarnham WSAF. Sportsworld pair Sinead Tangney and Catherine Bambrick took silver and bronze with Crimin just outside the medals. Women’s captain Orla Manley produced a very credible 15th place finish followed by Aileen Connolly in 26th place and Margaret Crowley…

05/12/2016
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Dooney bells in for Second

Conor Dooney kept his great form up taking second place in the Jingle Bells 5K this morning leading the club to another team title. Dooney third scorer in last Sunday’s National senior cross country gold medal winning team having finished 11th, posted 14 minutes 30 seconds for the Phoenix Park 5K. John Travers of host club Donore Harriers won out in 14:08 on a fast course, which Travers knows like…

03/12/2016
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Parkrun Round Up December 3

Robert Frewen was the fastest Raheny athlete at this week’s park run when he won the Malahide event in 17 minutes 20 seconds. Frewen was seven seconds clear of second place Seanie Dalton. Other finishers in Malahide were, David O’Hara 21:44, Ciaran McGowan 23:18 and Steven Rowe 23:21. There were also wins for Dave Gargan in Donabate in 19 minutes 46 seconds and Witek Lochowski in Fr. Collins Park clocking…

03/12/2016
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Smyth on B way to Euro’s

Mark Smyth has secured the B qualification standard for next summer’s European under 20 Championships. Smyth posted 21.74 seconds over 200 metres, finishing third in the national track and field league final in Tullamore last August. Athletics Ireland and European athletics announced the standards during the week for the European under 20 championships which will be held in Grosseto Italy, July 20 to 23rd. It was an impressive 2016 for half…

02/12/2016
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