Kelly Lands National 5K Road Title

Kieran Kelly landed the first national 5 kilometre road championship at the Irish Runner 5k in the Phoenix Park today. Kelly finished second overall, behind Peter Somba of Dunboyne, but was first qualified Irish athlete home to take the new national title. One reminisces to Kieran’s debut at 800 metres in 2011, when the stadium announcer noted that Ireland had a very bad record of 400 metre runners transitioning to…

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Bag Packers Needed For This Weekend

The annual club bag pack takes place Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week, May 2nd to 4th in Supervalu Raheny. Bag packers are required for a shift between 9am and 7pm each of the three days. If available please contact Pat Hooper on 086 815 8052.

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Clohisey Strong On Streets Of London

Mick Clohisey posted two hours 15 minutes and six seconds in the 2019 London Marathon. Clohisey finished 25th in a race were Eliud Kipchoge posted the second fastest marathon ever when he clocked two hours two minutes and 37 seconds. Clohisey’s time will help his ranking points as he looks to make it to Tokyo 2020. At the Sterrling marathon Colm Dunne posted two hours 55 minutes and 56 seconds…

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