Track Training Day – March 16

All club members are invited to a club track training day on Monday March 16 in Morton Stadium Santry. The track is booked for two hours from 11:30am all members are welcome to attend, in particular those who haven’t used the track before. A number of club coaches will be present to assist and advise on track sessions.

09/03/2020
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The Famine is over for Belvo

As well as being all about endeavour and physical activity, sport is at its best when it embraces that most basic emotion of unbridled passion. Rarely has that been more in evidence than in Santry Demesne yesterday, scene of last Saturday’s All-Ireland Schools Cross Country Championships. A stiff North easterly breeze had dried the old woodland course, creating surprisingly good underfoot conditions. The challenging hills around Walled Garden Corner remained…

09/03/2020
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Raheny Shamrock Female Athlete Forum

All Raheny Female Athletes are cordially invited to the Female Athlete Forum which has been organised by Orla Manley and Orla Gilheaney. The aim of the event is to promote our women in sport and to learn from one another and our line-up of speakers. A range of topics including goal setting, sporting mind set and resilience will be discussed along with many more. The speakers are; Jenny Murphy –…

08/03/2020
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Silver Lining Wraps Around The Indoors

Isuelt O’Donnell, Mark Smyth and Brian Fay wrapped a silver lining around day two of the national indoor championships in Abbotstown. There were silver medals for O’Donnell in the 800m, Fay 1500m and Smyth 60m with bronze medals for Kim O’Hare in the triple jump. Isuelt O’Donnell posted a fast 2:07.07 for 800 meter in a tight finish were Nadia Power took gold in 2:06.26 and Claire Mooney bronze in…

01/03/2020
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