Five Raheny athletes in Clonliffe Series

The Clonliffe Harreirs Grand Prix began on Thursday evening with five Raheny Shamrock member’s taking part in our near neighbours series. The 16 race series opened in some style the Frank White Track 5 mile, as Stephen Scullion set an Irish record for a five mile track race. 59 athlete’s in total finished out the race with the Raheny athlete’s posting Brian Connor 33:49, Simon Smith 36:16, Connor Jennings 37:23,…

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Winter League Rd 10 Results

Place Name Time 1 Simon Devenney 4:44 2 Will Walsh 4:55 3 Terry Keogh 5:02 4 Eamonn Dunne 5:03 5 Sam Kelly 5:05 6 Sean Flynn 5:07 7 Dave Woods 5:14 8 Eric Champ 5:15 9 John Clarke 5:18 10 Michael King 5:24 11 Eamon Traynor 5:27 12 Sarah Quigley 5:33 13 Keith Fleming 5:34 14 Aine Crimin 5:37 15 Keith Comiskey 5:38 16 Ollie Power 5:39 17 Jenny Mulry…

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Visually Impaired Runners & Walkers Guide Training

Richie O’Connor wishes to advise club members of the below Visual Impairment initiative. As part of parkrun I and a number of other volunteers have undergone some preliminary training on being a guide for visually impaired runners and walkers. While discussing this, the trainer noted that Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club had been in touch with one of the lead organisations about expanding the club to facilitate visually impaired runners. As…

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Clohisey Second In Dunboyne

Mick Clohisey took second place in the Dunboyne Four mile race just one second behind Peter Somba. Clohisey posted 18 minutes 41 seconds, just a second behind Somba. Clohisey’s second place helped the men’s team to second place, just four points behind Clonliffe Harriers. The men’s scoring team was Clohisey, Kevin Moriarty who posted 20:14, Michael McMahon 20:31 and Ciaran McCarthy 21:14. Annette Kealy finished fourth in the women’s race…

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