National Road Relays Comes Home To Raheny

Raheny Shamrock swept the boards at this years National Road Relay championship held in Raheny for the 20th consecutive occasion. The senior men’s team were convincing winners of their title making it five-in-a-row! and the the club’s 11th national road relay title. The senior women’s team also took no prisoners dismantling the field, the first time since 2010 the women have claimed their title and the sixth time in all….

03/10/2021
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Mick Clohisey wins Belfast Marathon

Mick Clohisey landed his second national marathon title when he won the 2021 Belfast Marathon in 2:20.42. Clohisey who last won the national marathon title in 2018 was clear at half-way and posted a 2:20.42 having done all the hard work. Clohisey’s won out by two minutes and six seconds over City of Derry’s Kyle Dohery who posted 2:22.48. Bronze went to Colin Heron of Keep Er Lit Running (a…

03/10/2021
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National Road Relay Race Day Instructions

On Sunday afternoon Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club host the 2021 Irish Life Health National Road Relay Championships. Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club are very proud to welcome the Irish athletics community to Raheny once more and to host the National Road Relays. We wish to advise patrons of short intermittent traffic delays on Wades Avenue and All Saints Road between 2pm and 4pm on Sunday. There are four races on the…

01/10/2021
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Tommy Coyle RIP

Raheny Shamrock Athletic Club are saddened to learn of the passing of Tommy Coyle. Tommy was a Raheny Shamrock coach in the 1980’s and the mid-2000’s. Tommy worked with many sprint athletes and made a contribution to the club through these times. Our sympathies to Tommy’s family and friends. Funeral details hereĀ 

29/09/2021
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