Parkrun Round-Up 1 December

In Malahide Annette Kealy took fourth place in 18:23 with Dean Keogh seventh in 19:14 and Eddie Harrison posted 23:19 and Steven Rowe 25:03.

In St Anne’s Park Kate Cronin was first Raheny athlete home in sixth place in 18:19 with Dermot Coffey seventh in 18:19 and Declan Whooley 10th in 19:02.

Philip McGovern 19:25, Anthony Walsh 19:28, Roberto Romano 20:00, Dave Feeney 20:02, Ollie Power 20:03, Sarah Kelly 20:42, Ray Linn 21:34, David O’Hara 21:50.

Jenny Colbert 22:03, Connor Jennings 22:04, Ciaran McGowan 22:06, Eamon Traynor 22:23, Christy Reilly 23:37, Maura Lynskey 23:54, Catherine Groves 24:17, Niall Buckley 24:50.

Michael Goodman 25:51, Patricia Lorigan 26:18, Caroline Farrelly 26:19, June Comiskey 27:35, Richie O’Connor 27:48, Marianne Fanning 28:30, Laura CLARKE 28:51, Sue O’Toole 28:52.

Sinead Dillon 29:09, Gillian Kenny 29:16, Una Cherry 29:16 Niamh Donnellan 29:31, Gary Kenny 29:56.

Colm Delaney won out in Poppintree posting 17 minutes. Aileen Hooper was first Raheny athlete home in Fr Collins Park in 22:25 followed by Conal O’Hanlon 23:48, Patricia O’Cleirigh 24:54, Rachel Markey 29:52.

David Rooney won out in Donabate posting 17:02 with Patrick Phillips took fifth place in 20:23 with Seamus Rooney 10th in 21:40.

Bernard Roe won out in River Valley posting 18:28 with Damien Martin third in 20:36 followed by Des Lyons 23:47, Louise Keogh 23:48, Nora Byrne 24:04, Jim Keogh 24:05, Nicola Mooney 30:39.

In Poolbeg Bláithín Sheil posted 20:31 with Bob Quinn clocking 29:37 and in England John Freir posted 23:42 in Gunnersbury.

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