Girl Power At The Dublin Juvenile Cross Country Champs

The Dublin Even Ages Cross Country Championships took place on Sunday October 16th at the National Cross Country Course in Abbottstown. Individual medals are awarded to the top 12 across the line, and to the first three teams (these individuals and teams qualify for the Nationals). In the first race of the day with Raheny interest; Claire O’Leary had a fantastic run to take individual gold in the Girls Under-14…


Shamrock Athletes Clean Up At Brothers Schools Cross Country

Wednesday October fifth saw the welcome return of the Brothers schools cross country in Trinity Sports grounds after a Covid hiatus of two years. Luckily our secondary school athletes hadn’t taken the same break and trained extremely hard under the tutelage of their coaches. The minor girls 1000m race was full to the brim with 175 participants.  Maggie Foley came in second leading her Holy Faith team to a silver…


Purcell Strikes World Mountain Masters Gold

Despite the weather warning of torrential rain, the sun shone on Clonmel long enough for nearly 700 masters athletes ranging from 35-80 to compete a hugely challenging course to determine the world champions in all masters ages. With teams from all over the world jetting into the hidden heartlands it was an event not to be missed for those that love the adventure of mountain running. The course was 8.4km…


Dublin Juvenile Championships 2022

Over four days on two different tracks over 90 Raheny juveniles proudly wore the club colours and excelled in their chosen events. For some it was their first time towing the line or throwing a discus competitively but that never held them back. Day one in a sunny Tallaght stadium saw activity on the track and in the field. The results read; Erin Daly 1st U14 Javelin Noah Beamish 2nd…