Dooney Gets World Cross Country Call

Kevin Dooney has been selected for the 2019 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Aarhus. This will be Dooney’s first time to compete in the World Cross Country championship and the first time an Irish male will compete at these championships since 2008. Sean Tobin of Clonmel runner-up to Dooney in the National cross country championship has also been selected on the Irish team. Dooney has previously wore the green…

13/03/2019
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Masters Gold And Silver For Atkins

Adrienne Atkins landed a gold and silver double at the national master’s championship held in Athlone IT. Atkins landed M3 gold in the 1500 metre gold in 5:42.96, five seconds clear of Angela O’Connor from Mayo A.C. In the 800 metres Atkins posted two minutes 39.96 seconds for silver some 18 seconds off gold medallist Anne Gilshinan of Slaney Olympic and well clear of Mayo A.C’s Angela O’Connor in bronze…

10/03/2019
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McMahon Third At Duhallow 10 Mile

Michael McMahon took third place in the Duhallow 10 mile clocking 55:13. Mick Clohisey took ninth place at the Edinburgh Half Marathon in 64 minutes 58 seconds. At the Bohermeen half-marathon Colm Cassidy was first home in 74:57 followed by Simon Devenney 77:33, Wesley Grant 82:36, Patrick Phillips 85:25 and Gearóid Healy 86:31. Alan O’Flynn 88:01, Mary Walsh 90:52, Philip McGovern 93:51, David O’Hara 934:25, Paul Larkin 95:17, Rose Kidd…

10/03/2019
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