Somba wins Battle of Clontarf

Peter Somba landed the Battle of Clontarf 10 Mile in a wet and windy St. Anne’s Park. Somba posted 52 minutes 31 seconds, the Dunboyne runner also adding the Leinster championship with Rathfarnham’s Robert Murphy taking silver in 53 minutes seven seconds. Sportsworld’s Karol Cronin took bronze in 55 minutes 37 seconds some 17 seconds clear of Sli Cualann’s Clive Quinn. Sally Forristal of St. Joseph’s landed the women’s title…

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Easter Round Up

Michael McMahon was first of the Raheny contigent home at the BHAA 10k in the K Club on Saturday posting 32:56. McMahon was followed by Dave Gargan 43:38, Ann Marie Gargan 49:24, Mary Purdue-Smyth 49:31, Brighid Smyth 52:05, Sinead Lyons 53:56 and June Comiskey 57:58. While on Good Friday Ailis Murtagh took second place in the 5K Good Run with Triona Nic Dhonaill second in the 2K Good Run, both…

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Parkrun Round Up – March 31

Eamon Traynor took second place in St. Anne’s Park in 18 minutes 11 seconds with Dermot Coffey fourth in 18:32. With Dean Keogh taking fifth place in 19:05 and Brian Connor ninth in 19:54. Others who ran in St.Anne’s Park were Ollie Power 20:01, Anthony Walsh 20:02, Dave Feeney 20:35, Adrienne Atkins 21:04, Colm Hickey 21:31, Mark McComish 21:55. Connor Jennings 22:03, Gary Kenny 22:47, Brendan Atkins 22:51, Chris Troy…

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Battle of Clontarf 10 Q&A

Q1. How do I collect my number? A1. Numbers can be collected from Clontarf GAA Club on Saturday March 31st and Sunday 1st of April between 11am and 4pm. On Race day numbers can be collected from the Red Stables St.Anne’s Park from 8am. Q2. Is Parking Available? A2. There is limited parking available in the red stables car park in St. Annes Park, There is also public parking available…

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