A bronze Conroy statue as Masters Men take Gold

It was double trouble from the master’s men as they landed both the Over 35 and Over 50 National titles in Waterford today. The reigning national senior cross country champions cemented their place as Ireland’s best cross country club as they added both masters titles to their trophy room. Ian Conroy was the first Raheny man home in fourth place overall, securing the bronze medal in the over 35 category….

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Weekend Round Up

Kieran Kelly finished second in the IFAM meet in Belgium over 800 metres clocking one minutes 50.64 seconds. The second fastest overall behind local man Benmahdi Khaled in 1:50.26. Daire Bermingham posted 3:53.63 in his 1500 metre heat. Meanwhile, Simon Ryan returned to the road and landed a victory in the Erin’s Run in his native Louth on Saturday. Ryan posted 15 minutes 46 seconds to take victory about eight…

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Juvenile History makers in Abbotstown

There was History in the making as the first Raheny Shamrock juvenile athletes ran the boards in the all new national indoor in Abbotstown. And lots of medals were picked up by our athletes over Friday night and Saturday. The under 19’s saw gold for Ailish Murtagh in the 1500 metre’s, silver medal for Matt Cotter in the Triple Jump with a new club record of 12.60 metres Bronze medals…

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Parkrun Round Up – February 11th

Feidhilm Kelly made an unexpected return to Malahide to add another Malahide Park run to his belt, this time winning out in 16 minutes 13 seconds. Other Results in Malahide were Wesley Grant 17:56, Patrick Phillips 18:30, Paul Frewen 18:59, Seamus Rooney 20:22, Eddie Harrison 22:18, Steven Rowe 23:35. Meanwhile in St.Anne’s park Graham O’Dwyer took third place in 17 minutes 32 seconds behind Olympian Colin Griffin who won in…

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