Dylan O’Brien Takes Dublin Intermediate Silver And Team Gold

Dylan O’Brien took Dublin intermediate silver as the men’s team landed the Dublin Intermediate championship. O’Byrne ran an excellent race in Tymon Park finishing just behind Tallaght’s Brishan O’Brien with Josh O’Brien also from Tallaght taking bronze. While Tallaght took gold and silver Robert Frewen came home just 10 seconds later for fourth with Graham O’Dwyer fifth. Brian Sexton took 11th place to round out a team victory with 22…

28/11/2021
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Feeney First Home At Clontarf Half-Marathon

Dave Feeney was the first Raheny athlete home in Saturday’s Clontarf half-marathon posting 95 minutes 57 seconds in artic conditions. Feeney was followed home by Tommy Crampton 96:33, Robert Walsh 97:55, Walter McConnell 98:21, John Dolan 1:42.13, Dan Wallace 1:42.19, Padraig Scanaill 1:43.29, Niall Buckley 1:48.04. Robert Clark 1:50.01, Brian Hanney 1:50.07, Des Lyons 1:50.48, Gerard O’Rourke 1:52.07, Sarah O’Neill 1:52.47, Lorna Staunton 1:57.07, Jane Hedigan 1:57.06, Eimear Kenny 1:57.06,…

28/11/2021
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Brian Fay Makes Euro Cross Country Team

Brian Fay has been selected on the Irish team for the European Cross Country Championship in Abbotstown on December 12th. Fay became an All-American at the NCAA cross country as he helped Washington state to 13th place at the NCAA championship last weekend. This will be Fay’s first senior appearance at the Euro cross having competed at the junior grade in Samorin 2017 and Under-23 at Tilburg in 2018. The…

22/11/2021
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A Bronze National Cross Country Statue

It was a bronze laden day at the 2021 National cross country championships in Santry as both the senior women and junior men’s team took bronze medal’s. Niamh Kearney produced a top 10 finish in the senior women’s race to lead the women’s team home to bronze with Isuelt O’Donnell 21st. Kate Purcell made a welcome return to this level with an excellent 43rd place with Aisling Ahern taking 45th…

21/11/2021
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