Parkrun Round Up – September 2

Graham O’Dwyer won the St. Anne’s parkrun in 16 minutes 46 seconds with Andrew Hyland third in 17 minutes 14 seconds.

Gerard Mullins took fourth place in 17:33, James Hyland finished sixth in 17:38 with Conall Murphy seventh in 17:45 and Eamon Traynor eighth in 17:54.

John Clohisey took ninth place in 18:12. Other finishers were Declan Whooley 19:28, Ultan McGuckin 19:37, Keith Fleming 19:44, Dave Feeney 19:52, Dean Keogh 19:56.

Peter Smyth 19:56, Sarah Kelly 20:30, Caitriona Costello 20:45, Adrienne Atkins 21:11, Connor Jennings 22:02, Christy Reilly 22:39, Jim Keogh 22:40, Robbie Beggs 22:41.

Mary Lynch 22:53, Amanda Langan 23:21, Cherry Hyland 24:14, Aine Duffy 24:19, Bernadette Manley 24:38, Des Lyons 26:06, Niamh Donnellan 26:23, Senan Fitzgerald 26:28.

Fiona Coyle 27:19, Deirdre O’Dwyer 27:57, Maia Moore 28:16, Valerie Hand 28:54, Marianne Fanning 29:24.

In Malahide Eoin Brady took second place in 16 minutes 40 seconds with Robert Frewen fourth in 17 minutes 43 seconds.

Annette Kealy took fifth place in 17 minutes 47 seconds, Sean Flynn finished eighth in 18:36 with Sarah Quigley posting 18:53 and Steven Rowe 27:41.

Alan Foley won out in Fr. Collins Park posting 19 minutes 22 seconds. Other finishers were Colm Hickey 19:54, Paul Larkin 26:47, Sarah Conroy 30:42.

Elsewhere John Frier took sixth place in Poppintree in 20:47 with Mary Purdue-Smyth posting 23:18 and Ray McCormack 31:15. Una Cherry clocked 25:23 in Oldbridge.

Dermot Gorman won the Tramore parkrun in 16 minutes 51 seconds with Seamus Rooney taking fifth place in Donabate in 20:47

Maeve Devlin posted 41:05 in Woodbridge Riverside, Bob Quinn clocked 31:46 in Fairview and Witek Lochowski posted 20:17 in Dabrowka.

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