O’Leary Leads Men To Dunboyne Gold

Cillian O’Leary was first Raheny man home in the Dunboyne four mile, posting 30 minutes 24 seconds, just 10 seconds off Brian Maher and a podium place. Kevin Moriarty took ninth place in 31:42, others who competed were Ciaran McCarthy 33:34, Graham O’Dwyer 35:08, David Sheehy 37:20, Zoe Quinn 38:32. Alan O’Flynn 38:51, Keith Fleming 39:53, Ollie Power 41:53, Adrienne Atkins 44;20, Des Lyons 44:56, Geraldine McGonagle 45:56, Brendan Atkins…

31/03/2019
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Club Records For Bourke And Favors

Colm Bourke and Eric Favors set new club long jump and Shot Putt outdoors in the USA over the weekend. Favors set a new Shot Putt record of 18.44 metres which moved him to fourth place in the All-time Irish list. Favors distance of 18.44 metres, saw him finish sixth in Florida on day one of the NCAA championships. While Colm Bourke placed sixth at the Bobcat Invitational when he…

31/03/2019
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Dooney Competes In World Cross Country

Kevin Dooney became the 11th Raheny Shamrock athlete to compete at the World Cross Country championship on Saturday. Dooney finished 105th in the ultra-competitive World Cross Country on an un-forgiving course in Aahrus, Denmark. Sean Tobin was the other Irish athlete competing who finished 62nd.  

31/03/2019
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Annette Kealy Wins World Masters Cross Country Title

Annette Kealy landed the World Masters W50 Cross country title in Torun Poland on Monday. Kealy finished second overall in the race, behind Great Britain’s Clare Elms, Elms was racing in the W55 category. Congratulations to Annette who won World Masters silver in the 10K road race last year. Elsewhere Kate Cronin won the Wicklow Way 25.5K hill. While Shirley Coyle won the Wicklow half-marathon in 86 minutes 15 seconds….

25/03/2019
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