Sarah Quigley took silver with Niamh Corbett taking bronze in the Dublin Intermediate championship.
In a very close finish Quigley was just off the gold medal as Sinead Murray of Rathfarnham WSAF with Quigley and Corbett making it a Raheny 2-3.
The women’s finished outside the medal with Quigley and Corbett combining with Ann-Marie Hayes in 43rd place and Eimear O’Keeffe 50th to give the women’s team 98 points.
For the record Clonliffe took gold with 34 points one ahead of Rathfarnham with Donore taking bronze with 63 points.
The men’s team took bronze with David Kirwan seventh, Robert Frewen eighth, Ian McConkey 13th and Graham O’Dwyer 28th for a total of 56 points.
Donore Harriers took gold with 36 points with Crusaders taking silver with 40 points. Raheny were well clear of Sportsworld totalling 73 points.
The non-scoring members of the Raheny team were Joe McCracken 36th Wil Walsh 51st.