History Calls Kelly To Gold

Kieran Kelly made history in the National Indoor Arena when he became the first Raheny Shamrock male to win a 800 metre national senior Indoor title. In an absorbing and frantic 800 metre battle where Kelly looked to have stumbled out of contention with 350 metres remaining. The former 400 metre specialist quickly returned to his stride and pushed it to the front of the race with an effective burst…

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Clohisey wins in Enniscorthy

Mick Clohisey was a comfortable winner of the Enniscorthy 10K winning out in 29 minutes 59 seconds. Balbriggan’s Lithuanian international Valdas Dopolskas to second place some 36 seconds behind Clohisey. The Raheny men’s team finished in second place with Simon Ryan clocking 33:40 and Donal Foley posting 34:28. DSD won the team race. Other finishers in Enniscorthy were Dermot Gorman 34:58, Vinny Clohisey 45:15 and Dave Brady 53:59.  

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Bermingham Vaults to Bronze

Conor Bermingham vaulted to bronze at the new National Indoor Arena during the Irish Life Health National Indoor Arena. Bermingham’s best of four metres 30 secured bronze behind West Waterford’s Thomas Houlihan who vaulted to four metres 55 and a best from Peter Glass to vaulted to 4.45. The medal is just reward for Bermingham who has been working hard throughout the winter months and adds a national indoor medal…

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Parkrun Round Up – 18 February

Damien Martin continued his great recent form by winning the St. Anne’s Park run in 17 minutes and six seconds, some 42 seconds clear of Graham O’Dwyer. Six Raheny athlete’s finishing in the top 10 in St. Anne’s Park they were, Mick Traynor third in 18:11, Barry Lennon fourth in 18:15, Alan O’Flynn ninth in 19:12 and Dean Keogh tenth in 19:14. Other finishers were Keith Fleming 19:50, Matt McComsih…

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