Raheny Ready For Morton Games Invasion

International athletics comes to Dublin on Wednesday evening with the Morton Games taking place in Santry’s Morton Stadium. A whole host of international athletes have arrived in Dublin to take part in the meet hosted by Clonliffe Harriers which is now part of the European Athletics Area series. Kieran Kelly will attempt to become the first Raheny Shamrock athlete ever to break the magical four minute mile barrier. The famous…


Clohisey Speeds Through Roscommon

Mick Clohisey continued his preparations for the World Championship Marathon with a fast victory in the Roscommon 10 mile on Saturday. Clohisey sped away from training partner Sean Hehir to take victory in 48 minutes 47 seconds for the fastest 10 mile victory on Irish soil this year. The margin of victory was a full 66 seconds between Clohisey and Hehir with Dunboyne’s Peter Samba third nearly five minutes behind…


Freddy Third In The Dock

Freddy Sittuk took third place in the Docklands 5K on Thursday evening just seven seconds behind winner John Coghlan. Freddy clocked 14 minutes 37 seconds with Joe Donoghue taking eighth place in 15 minutes 25 seconds. Other finishers were; Rory O’Sullivan 16:41, Damien Martin 16:49, Conall Murphy 17:17, Eamon Traynor 17:36, Steve Reeves 17:53, David Grange 17:35, Annette Kealy 18:06. Keith Fleming 18:26, Kevin Prendergast 18:39, Caitriona Costello 20:41, Aisling…


Brennan Lands Dublin Bronze

Laura Brennan landed 5,000 metre Dublin bronze held as part of the Dublin Graded series in Irishtown stadium on Wednesday evening. Brennan clocked 19 minutes 39 point 74 seconds for third in a race that was won by Kilcoole’s Una Britton in 17 minutes 16 point 79 seconds. Lynne Hennessy of Rathfarnham took the silver medal is 18:50.15. John Dunne took fifth place in the men’s race posting 15 minutes…