Clohisey rules Ballycotton

Mick Clohisey landed the biggest road race title outside Dublin with victory in the prestigious Ballycotton 10 Mile on Sunday. The Rio 2016 Olympian put Clonliffes Sergiu Ciobanu and Clonmel’s Kevin Mansuell to the sword around the halfway stage to power to victory in 49 minutes 20 seconds. National marathon champion Sergiu Ciobanu took second place in 49:46 some 26 seconds behind Clohisey who name is now inscribed down in…

13/03/2017
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All Ireland Schools Cross Country Results

Raheny Shamrock Athlete’s produced great displays of vigour and courage as they competed in the All-Ireland Schools Cross Country in Mallusk on March 11th. Brian Fay was just outside the medals in the senior boys race, finishing in fifth place. Fay was racing for Belvedre College. Lucy Barrett finished 21st in the senior girls race, Lucy competes for Pobail Scoil Neasan with Ailish Murtagh of Holy Faith Clontarf finishing 28th….

12/03/2017
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Medals in the Masters

Delayed report from the National Masters Championships on March fifth where medals kept raining down. Orla Gormley took 3,000 metres gold in the over 50 category clocking 11 minutes 28.12 seconds and was quickly followed home by Adrienne Atkins in 11:47.17 to take the bronze Gerard O’Rourke landed 60 metre bronze in the over 50 category clocking 8.09 seconds, the race was won by David Hayde of St. Laurence O’Toole in…

11/03/2017
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Brendan Wall RIP

The club would like to offer it’s condolences to Damien Wall and family on the death of Damien’s father Brendan Wall RIP. The details of Mr.Wall’s reposing, removal and funeral are; Reposing at his home on Thursday evening between 6.o’clock and 8.o’clock. Removal on Friday morning to St. Monica’s Church, Edenmore to arrive for Funeral Mass at 10.o’clock and thereafter to Dardistown Cemetery, Swords Road. Further details are available on…

08/03/2017
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