Freddy Fastest In Waterford Half-Marathon

Freddie Sittuk won the Waterford half marathon in 68 minutes one second, some four seconds clear of Tallaght’s Thomas Fitzpatrick. Cillian O’Leary took fourth place in 69 minutes 10 seconds. Other Raheny athletes who ran were Gay Byrne 95:41, Mary Walsh 1:42:45, Mary Purdue-Smyth 1:44:30 and Dan Wallace 2:01:32. In the Jingle Bells 5K Donal Foley was Raheny athlete home in 16:27 followed by Colm Cassidy 16.30, Graham O Dwyer…

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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,…

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Fit4Life Series Round 6 Results

1 Michael McEnery 11.43 2 Mark McSweeney 11.55 3 Philip McGovern 12.17 4 Dave Feeney 12.20 5 Ollie Power 12.21 6 Gordon Manning 13.44 7 Aisling McNally 14.10 8 Jean Dunne 14.12 9 Christy Reilly 14.28 10 Jenny Colbert 14.36 11 John Grey 14.52 12 Seona O’Keeffe 15.01 13 Deirdre O’Dwyer 15.04 14 Rachel Ormrod 15.25 15 Laura Clarke 15.27 16 Colm McAtamney 15.30 17 Eamonn Dunne 15.31 18 Ciara…

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Dooney Crowned King And Club Three-In-A-Row

Kevin Dooney wrote himself into the history book as he claimed the national senior cross country title and led Raheny Shamrock to a magic three-in-a-row. On a dramatic afternoon in Abbotstown, Dooney landed the national cross country title followed by Brian Fay in fourth place, not just making his senior cross country debut but also winning the under-23 title, which is held in this race. Mick Clohisey recovered from his…

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