Parkrun Round-Up October 28

In Malahide Aine Crimin was first home posting 19 minutes 57 seconds with Paul Frewen clocking 21 minutes 24 seconds.

Others who took part in Malahide were 54 51 Ross Lundy 23:07, Patricia O’Cleirigh 23:40, Amanda Langan 23:57, Aine Duffy 24:40, Steven Rowe 25:27.

Valerie Clinton 26:49 and Suzanne Collins 27:53.

Dave Brady posted 29 minutes one second in Griffeen Park.

Meanwhile in St. Anne’s Park Graham O’Dwyer took second place clocking 17 minutes followed Fiona Stack in sixth place clocking 19 minutes.

Ronan Kenny took eighth place in 19 minutes 14 seconds with Alan O’ Flynn ninth in 19 minutes 17 seconds.

Other finishers in St. Anne’s Park were Peter Smyth 19:22, Ultan McGuckin 20:32, Dave Feeney 20:34, Diarmaid Comiskey 20:52, Adrienne Atkins 21:13, Jeremy Skillington 21:52.

Brian Christensen 22:08, Eamon Traynor 22:54, Jenny Colbert 22:55, Chris Troy 24:11, Brendan Atkins 24:16, Aileen Hooper 24:26, Sinead Lyons 24:39, Sue O’Toole 25:41.

Connor Jennings 25:57, Gillian Kenny 26:11, Mark McComish 26:21, June Comiskey 26:56, Richie O’Connor 27:43, Sharon Feerick 28:07, Medb Hannigan 28:24, Maia Moore 28:45.

Laura Owens 28:53, Ciara Owens 54, Marianne Fanning 29:47, Anne McComish 29:59, Valerie Hand 35:05.

Elsewhere Laura Clarke clocked 27:23 in Amager Faelled, Niall Power posted 29:27 in Ardgillan and Bob Quinn clocked 28:14 in Shanganagh.

Alan Foley won the Father Collins Park run in 19 minutes 17 seconds with Witek Lochowski posting 24:21 and Rachel Markey 33:20

Patrick Phillips won the Donabate parkrun in 19 minutes 45 seconds Seamus Rooney 27 minutes 30 seconds.

Dean Keogh won the Poolbeg parkrun in 19 minutes 16 seconds with Helen Carr posting 24:48.

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