Mark Smyth Takes 200m National Championship

Mark Smyth landed the national 200 metre gold medal in a blustery Santry stadium. Smyth powered off the bend to secure his second senior national title, first outdoors clocking 21.95 seconds well clear of Galway City Harriers Andrew Egan in 22.44. The athlete’s raced into a headwind of 6.5 metres per second. Power and tactics would be the winner on such a dreadful day for sprinting with Smyth totally in…

25/06/2022
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McCarthy Leads The Charge In St Coca’s

Ciaran McCarthy was first Raheny athlete home at the St Coca’s 5K in Kildare on Friday night. McCarthy posted 15:45 to take 19th place. McCarthy was followed by Wes O’Brien 15:59, Ian McConkey  16:33, Kate Purcell 16:46, Sean Kelly 17:08. Sarah Quigley 18:02, Gareth Hogan 18:01, Gary Aylward 18:21, William Wash 18:22, Michael Kehoe 18:30, Dave Woods 19:05, Brian McWeeney 19:15, Brian Connor 19:24. Orla Manley 19:37, Eamonn Traynor 20:14,…

25/06/2022
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O’Dwyer Third At Docklands

Graham O’Dwyer was first Raheny man at the Dockland’s 5K on Thursday night in 16 minute 23 seconds. O’Dwyer was just 18 seconds off winner Kevin Donagher of Rathfarham WSAF in 16:05 and second placed Noah Watt of Willowfield and Temperance harriers in 16:07. Barry Meehan took eighth place in 16:55 Those who also ran were Aaron Tansey 17:29, Davey Duane 18:27, John Clarke 18:37, Francesco Petroni 18:39. Ken Shannon…

24/06/2022
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