Kate Cronin 31st In World Mountain Championship

Kate Cronin finished 31st at the World Mountain Running championship in Argentina as the Irish team finished in ninth place. Sarah McCormack took was first Irish runner home in 12th place with Cronin second scorer in 31st and Harriett Robinson taking 52nd place to confirm 9th place with 95 points. France took gold with 16 points with Czech Republic silver medallist with 25 and Great Britain third with 31 points….


Mary Kehoe RIP

Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club are saddened to learn of the passing of Mary Kehoe, mother of Damien and Michael Kehoe and mother-in-law to Darko Zrnic. Mrs.Kehoe passed away on Monday November 11th. Mrs.Kehoe removal takes place on Thursday morning (14th November) to Corpus Christi Church, Home Farm Road, Drumcondra, for Requiem Mass at 11.30 o’clock followed by funeral to Dardistown Cemetery. Full details here  


Save The Date

Club Christmas Party and Annual Awards presentations. Thursday 19th December The White House Baldoyle  8:30pm Club AGM Friday 10th January 2020 at 8:00pm Cedars Pub (Upstairs) Raheny


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…