Condon and Spring qualify for Nationals

Summer was rudely interrupted in Tallaght on Thursday night with persistent rain and gathering winds reminding us that the Irish weather can never be taken for granted. It was a night fuelled with tension. On stage were Dublin’s finest 1500m runners in the U17, U18 and U19 categories. At stake were qualifying places for the National Championships later this summer.  Covid rules around numbers restrictions ordained that only the first…


Return of Juvenile Athletics

As of Monday April 26th the club will reopen to training for juvenile member’s in-line with government guidelines for re-opening the country. For this stage of the re-opening the club’s juvenile coaches are dealing with their own groups on a case by case basis and are working with juvenile’s who where members in 2020. A juvenile member is of 18-years of age and under. Please note any juvenile member returning…


Encouraging showing by U18 Boys Cross Country Team

Raheny’s U18 boy’s team were a close silver at the Dublin Championship yesterday in sun kissed Abbotstown to Clonliffe Harriers after a close encounter. Adam Condon 7th, Luke Murphy 11th, Dara MacRiocaird 18th and Sean Flynn were the contributors to a point’s total of 56, just 5 shy of the victors. Eoin Finn and Rhys Champman provided further back up. The loss of James Hyland through injury proved crucial to…


Juvenile Training Returns September 10

Juvenile Training restarts on Tuesday 10th September for: 1st, 2nd, 3rd class 5.30pm 4th, 5th, 6th class 6.30pm Could all parents accompany their children in for registration. Further details juvenile @