Freddy Third in Belfast Half

Freddy Sittuk took third place in the Deep River Rock Belfast Half Marathon on Sunday. Sittuk clocked 70 minutes six seconds with country man Gideon Kipsang racing in the City of Derry colours won out in 64:38 with Clonliffe’s Stephen Scullion second in 66:12. Meanwhile Michael McMahon took fourth place in the Charleville International Half Marathon posting 70 minutes 31 seconds. The race was won outright by Donore’s John Travers…

17/09/2017
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Juvenile Training Returns Wednesday 13 September

Juvenile training resumes this coming Wednesday September 13th in Manor House at 5.30pm for those athletes in 1st, 2nd and 3rd class and at 6.30pm for those in 4th, 5th and 6th class. 1st year athletes will meet upstairs at 6.30pm where we will advise of training times/ days and venues etc. going forward. Only paid up members for 2017 will be accepted on Wednesday 13th. Unfortunately we are not…

12/09/2017
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Clohisey Wins the Lakes 10k

Mick Clohisey kicked off the 2017/18 season in style winning the Lakes 10k in Blessington Co. Wicklow. Clohisey posted 30 minutes 50 seconds for a comfortable victory nearly four minutes clear of second place Wes O’Brien. Freddy Sittuk completed another double, this time twice in one day as he won the tony Donoghue Moone 10k in County Kildare. Sittuk posted 32 minutes three seconds well clear of second place Malcolm…

10/09/2017
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Anne Buckley To Retire As Chairperson

Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club chairperson Anne Buckley is to retire and will not be seeking re-election to the position at the upcoming AGM. “I believe after a very fulfilling number of years as chairperson that the time is now right to step aside and allow a new person lead the club” explained Buckley. Buckley was elected chairperson in 2003 and has served in that role for the past 14 years,…

08/09/2017
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