Parkrun Round Up – January 6 2018

Robert Frewen took second place in the Malahide parkrun in 17 minutes 27 seconds.

Others who took part in Malahide were Paul Frewen 20:22, Paul Larkin 21:03, Eddie Harrison 21:41, Celina Christensen 22:37, Eimear O’Keeffe 22:58.

Angela Charlton 23:58, Seona O’Keeffe 24:39, Ciaran McGowan 25:03, Steven Rowe 25:23, Suzanne Collins 28:28, Laura Clarke 28:59.

John Clohisey was first Raheny Shamrock athlete home in St. Anne’s Park in 19 minutes nine seconds, others who competed were;

Dermot Coffey 19:13, Dave Feeney 19:54, Aoibhinn McGoldrick 20:30, Kate Martin 20:53, Jim Keogh 21:49, Brian Christensen 22:05, Mark McComish 22:08, Connor Jennings 22:34.

Dean Keogh 23:00, Brendan Atkins 23:02, Rachel Ormrod 23:34, Desmond Lyons                23:36, David O’Hara 25:26, Aiden Feerick 25:55, Eamon Traynor 26:01, Mark Lacey 26:04.

Patricia Lorigan 26:28, Peter Smyth 26:44, Aine Duffy 27:09, Una Cherry 27:10, Colm Hickey 27:12, Keith Comiskey 27:12, Niamh Donnellan 27:59, Fiona Coyle 28:20.

Siobhan Foley 28:21, Brighid Smyth 28:22, Aoibhe Grant 28:37, Sinead Dillon 29:23, Fiachra Comiskey 30:17, Sue O’Toole 30:18, Maeve Devlin 30:25, Anne McComish 30:26.

Marianne Fanning 31:27, Sarah Brady 33:26.

Alan Foley took second place in Fr Collins Park posting18 minutes 54 seconds with John Freir third in 20 minutes 50 seconds and Witek Lochowski seventh in 21:28

Mary Purdue-Smyth posted 25:01 and Sarah Conroy 27:51.

Dave Gargan posted 23:30 in Donabate with Ann-Marie Gargan posting 25:45 and Niall Power 30:31, while Ray McCormack posted 36:41 in Poppintree.

Cillian O’Leary won the Fairview parkrun in 17 minutes 15 seconds, Conall Murphy posted 19:14 in Oranmore, Bob Quinn clocked 40:45 in Poolbeg and Helen Carr 31:21 in Brickfields.

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