Men’s Team reach Indoor League Final

The men’s track and field team reached the final of the indoor league with a dazzling team effort and a new club record. Matt Cotter took second place in the triple jump with a best of 12 metres 19cm, setting a new club indoor record. Captain Simon Devenney was second in the 1500 metres behind Ennis Track’s Damien Landers in four minutes 20.86 seconds. Kevin Byrne was second in the high jump as…

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Parkrun Round Up – 28 January

Alan O’Flynn took third place in the St.Anne’s Park run posting 18 minutes 44 seconds as the first Raheny athlete home. Other finishers in St. Anne’s park were Dave Grange 18:01, Peter Smyth 20:06, John Frier 20:43, Des Lyons 21:27, Jim Keogh 21:48, Rachel Ormrod 22:27, Caroline Farrrelly 22:33. Robbie Beggs 23:15, Maia Moore 23:33, Mary Lynch 23:40, Connor Jennings 24:24, Dean Keogh 24:47, Sinead Lyons 24:53, Siobhan Foley 25:06, Aoife…

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Clohisey and Christie clash for 2017 AXA Raheny 5

Rivalries will be renewed when Mick Clohisey defends his AXA Raheny 5 title on Sunday against Mullingar Harriers Mark Christie. Clohisey and Christie last clashed at the National Senior Cross Country Championship in November with Christie getting the better of the Raheny man to win gold. Both earned selection for the Irish team which competed at the European Cross Country Championship in Chia last month with Clohisey finishing some 17…

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North Leinster Schools Cross Country

Lucy Barrett added the North Leinster Schools Cross Country to her crowded mantel piece on Friday afternoon. The Pobail Scoil Neassain athlete now moves onto the Leinster schools next month. Ailis Murtagh of Holy Faith Clontarf finished in fourth place. St.Fintans minor boys finished in third place and progress to the Leinster Schools as do the St.Fintans pair James Hyland Ben Runwick. While in the West Leinster Schools Cross Country…

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