Brian Fay Sets New Club Steeplechase Record

Brian Fay set a new club 3,000m steeplechase record when he finished sixth at the Folksam GP in Sollentuna, Denmark tonight. Fay posted eight minutes 45.60 seconds, smashing Ben Brady’s 27-year-old club record of 8:54.30. The result moves Fay to 13th in the All-time Irish rankings. The race was won outright by Australia’s Ben Buckingham in 8:31.38.

18/06/2019
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Clohisey Lands Irish Runner Five & National Title

Mick Clohisey landed the Irish runner five mile title and the new five mile national road championship in a comfortable 24 minutes and two seconds. Clohisey had some 50 seconds to spare on Ballyfin’s Colin Maher who took silver with DSD’s Emmet Jennings taking bronze in 25:04. Clohisey led the men’s team of Michael McMahon (25:30, Wesley O’Brien (27:39) and Robert Frewen to gold just 18 seconds clear of North…

15/06/2019
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Hyland Claims All-Ireland School’s Bronze

James Hyland (St. Fintan’s High school) took bronze at the intermediate 1500m steeplechase at the All-Ireland schools track & field championships in Tullamore on Saturday. Hyland clocked four minutes 41.79 seconds for bronze with Royal School Armagh’s Joseph Haynes winning in 4:36.53 and Fionn Harrington St. Bogan’s Bandon second in 4:40.76. Conor Flanagan (Belvedere College) secured joint bronze winner in intermediate pole vault with 3.00m. In the intermediate boys 100…

02/06/2019
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Four Gold Medals At Leinster Championship

Mark Smyth collected the Leinster senior 100 metre title in Tullamore posting 10.57 seconds. There was a successful haul of four medals for the club with Kim O’Hare taking the senior triple jump title in 11.54 metres. There was gold for Aislinn Mumford in the senior pole vault (height tbc) and Niall Powe took gold in the masters M3 800m in 2.16.93. Elsewhere Sean O’Driscoll set a second personnel best…

02/06/2019
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