Bernard Roe was the inaugural winner of the Fairview parkrun which opened its door’s this morning.
Roe claimed the win in 17 minutes 33 seconds with Eamon Traynor second in 18 minutes 14 seconds and Stephen McGuinn third in 19 minutes 19 seconds.
Keith Fleming took sixth place in 19 minutes 37 seconds. Other finishers were Dean Keogh 22:22, Nicola Mooney 22:24, Des Lyons 22:59, Mark McComish 23:00.
Brian Christensen 23:32, Conor Jennings 24:13, Louis Linnane 24:14, Mary Purdue-Smyth 24:19, Jenny Colbert 24:27, Amanda Langan 24:42, Maura Lynskey 24:52, Steven Rowe 25:05.
Christy Reilly 25:07, Richie O’Connor 25:18, Rachel Ormrod 26:17, Mary Lynch 26:17, Kate Martin 27:24, Patricia O’Cleirigh 27:28, Una Cherry 27:56, Niamh Donnellan 28:21.
While Declan Doherty took a controlled victory in Malahide clocking 16 minutes 39 seconds with Annette Kealy third in 17:95.
Witek Lochowski took fifth place in Fr Collins Park posting 19 minutes 56 seconds with Elaine McNulty sixth place and first woman in 20 minutes nine seconds.
John Freir took ninth place in 20 minutes 53 seconds with Paul Larkin 10th in 21:11 and Sarah Conroy posting 26:58.
Seamus Rooney took second place in Donabate clocking 20:27 with Dave Gargan posting 23:14 and Ann-Marie Gargan 23:44.
Around the country, Robert Frewen took second place in Knocknacarra in 18 minutes 16 seconds with Ailis Murtagh fourth in Kilkenny in 19:54
In Lees Road Co.Clare Paul Frewen took third place in 20:09, while Tom O’Sullivan posted 27:48 in Bree Island and Bernie Manley clocked 25:55 in Clarisford.
Bob Quinn posted 29:38 in Tralee with Patricia Lorigan posting 28:22 in Crissy Field and Rachel Markey clocking 26:07 in Oranmore.