Clohisey lands Great Ireland Run Bronze

Mick Clohisey took Great Ireland Run bronze and national championship silver in a competitive race in the Phoenix Park today. Clohisey clocked 29 minutes and 44 seconds for third place, with the 2017 AXA Raheny 5 winner Mark Christie of Mullingar Harriers winning out right in 29:30. England’s Graham Rush took silver in 29:41 just three seconds clear of Clohisey, meaning that Clohisey was awarded silver in the men’s national…

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Lorraine Byrne leads home Budapest Half Marathon Team

Lorraine Byrne was the first Raheny Shamrock Athlete home in Sunday’s Budapest Spring Half Marathon. Byrne clocked one hour 35 minutes 54 seconds in a very solid run having passed the 10K marker in 43 minutes 43 seconds. Other finishers in Budapest where Mark Lacey 1:41.49, Bernie Manley 1:52.18, Brighid Smyth 2:06.38 and Eddie Collins 2:33.48. Meanwhile in Paris Colm Dunne posted a personal best of 2:55.50 with Mary Purdue Smyth posting 4:26.58…

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Parkrun Round Up April 8

Kevin Moriarty was the club’s star performer at this week’s parkrun winning the Hagley Park race in New Zealand in 16 minutes 53 seconds. While In Malahide Robert Frewen took third place in 17 minutes 38 seconds with Sarah Quigley seventh and first female in 18 minutes 41 seconds and Paul Frewen eighth in 18:47. Eamon Traynor 19:42, John Freir 19:47, Ross Lundy 20:42, Sean McGoldrick 20:55, Caoimhe Flynn 23:40,…

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University Medals On The Triple

On Friday evening DCU’s Niamh Corry collected silver in the 5,000 meters posting 18:31.10 ahead of UCC’s Niamh Moore in 18:35.04. Shona Heaslip won out in 16:11.74. There were three medals collected on Saturday with Trinity College’s Conor Bermingham taking pole vault silver with a best jump of four metres. UCD’s Aisling Drumgoole took 400 metre bronze clocking 55.39 seconds, Phil Healy having won out in 53.98 DCU’s Eoin Strutt…

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