Fit4Life Series Race Two

Position Name Time 1 Owen King 12:03 2 John Fennell 12:16 3 Ollie Power 12:43 4 Donnchadh MacAodha 12:59 5 Aileen Byrne 13:09 6 Sean McGoldrick 13:13 7 Dave Sweeney 13:39 8 Nicola Mooney 13:49 9 Jeannette Feigherrty 14:07 10 Niall Cusack 14:22 11 Grainne Egan 14:32 12 Amanda Lanagan 14:40 13 Louise Keogh 14:45 14 Maura Lynskey 14:46 15 Steven Rowe 15:17 16 Mary Rose McMullen 15:50 17 Brian…

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Motivational talk

Motivational coach Michael Ostinellie will give a presentation to athletes and a coaches in Clontarf Castle tomorrow night, Wednesday at 7.15pm. Michael is director of the Pacific Institute Ireland, previously he has worked with athletes, coaches and recently the Irish hockey team that competed in Rio as well as business leaders in mastering the psychological aspects of peak performances. Entry free €10

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Murtagh’s helps team to bronze in Abbotstown

Ailish Murtagh helped the under 19 team to Dublin championship bronze with a fourth place finish in Abotstown on Sunday. Murtagh along with Ailbhe Finnigan with both Caoimhe Flynn and Emma Harrision stepping up an age group to make the team. Also competing well on a tough but great course were Sean Flynn in the under 16 boys, Caileen NiBrion and Triona nic Domhnaill in the under 16 girls and Jamie Sheridan in…

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Freddy third in Abbotstown

Freddy Keron-Sittuk opened his cross country season taking bronze in the Athletics Ireland Open Cross Country Festival at the new national cross country venue in Abbotstown. Freddy landed bronze finishing nine seconds behind overall winner and former two time AXA Raheny 5 winner Mullingar Harriers Mark Christie. Mick Clohisey finished 23 seconds behind Christie in sixth place with Kevin Dooney just seven seconds behind Mick in seventh. Conor Dooney took…

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