Women’s Dublin Silver Lining

The Raheny Shamrock senior women’s team took Dublin senior silver and were just four points off the gold medal. Kate Cronin returned to the country in excellent fashion to take fifth place in real cross country conditions in Santry, just 44 seconds off gold medallist Metro’s Catherina Mullen. Iseult O’Donnell came home in ninth place with Lucy Barrett 15th and Niamh Corbett 16th for a total of 45 points. Metro…


Clohisey Takes National Marathon Silver

Mick Clohisey took the national silver medal when finishing sixth at this year Dublin Marathon. Clohisey clocked 2:13.18 after a fast finishing Stephen Scullion ran an excellent five kilometres to take second place overall and national gold in 2:12.01. A personal best for Clohisey on a day when the course record was broken by Morocco’s Othmane El Goumri in 2:08:06 just six months after completing a two-year suspension for a…


Raheny at the 2019 Dublin Marathon

Position Full Name Time 6 Mick Clohisey 2:13:18 20 Cillain O’Leary 2:23:26 61 Mark Kirwan 2:33:38 71 Brian Leahy 2:36:04 77 Colm Cassidy 2:36:47 90 Simon Devenney 2:38:02 110 Dermot Gorman 2:41:24 176 Robert Frewen 2:46:23 195 Eoin Connolly 2:47:49 253 Shane Gavin 2:50:31 261 Michael Kehoe 2:51:01 269 Eric Lacey 2:51:21 272 Sean Kelly 2:51:26 325 Colm Dunne 2:53:45 338 Terry Keogh 2:54:01 391 John Clohisey 2:55:19 405 Martin…


Leinster Women’s Novice Gold

Lucy Barrett took bronze and led the Raheny Shamrock women’s team home to gold at the Leinster Novice gold. Barrett was just 30 seconds behind gold medallist Claire Fagan of Mullingar Harriers with UCD’s Rose Finnegan taking silver. Sarah Quigley came home in ninth place with Niamh Corbett 11th and Ailis Murtagh 16th to give the women’s team 39 points and gold. For the record Mullingar Harriers took silver with…