Park Run Round Up – October 29th

Ian Conroy took victory in the St. Anne’s park run on Saturday morning posting 15 minutes 47 seconds. Over two minutes clear of second place Graham O’Dwyer.

Aine Crimin was the first woman home taking 18th place overall and stopping the clock after 20 minutes and eight seconds.

Other finishers in St. Anne’s Park were, Des Lyons 21:28, Brian Christensen 22:21, Jenny Colbert 22:23, Nora Byrne 22:53, Eamon Traynor 22:55, Diarmaid Comiskey 23:43, Cherie Hyland 23:46.

Amanda Langan 23:50, David O’Hara 23:56, Aileen Hooper 24:36, Sinead Lyons – 25:05, Gary Kenny 25:28, Sue O’Toole 26:01, Gillian Kenny 26:05, Aisling Cretaro 26:31, Valerie Hand 27:57, Fiachra Comiskey 27:59, Keith Comiskey 31:55, Robbie Begs 35:40.

In Malahide, Annette Kealy took second place over all in 18 minutes six seconds behind outright winner Paul Cowhie in 16:59. Steven Rowe posted 23:38.

Will Walsh opened his Parkrun campaign finished second in Fr. Collins Park posting 18 minutes 15 seconds. Outright winner Malcolm Muir clocked 16:47.

Alan Foley took fourth place in 19:31 with Eoin Fegan seventh in 21:22. Rachel Markey clocked 25:21.

While in Donabate Dave Gargan took second place in 19:47 while Ann Marie Gargan posted 22:54. The race was won by Patrick Philips in 19 minutes 35 seconds.