Cross County senior and juvenile finals

Posted on Sep 20, 2019 in Uncategorized

The County juvenile/senior cross country races are taking place this Sunday in Bilboa AC starting at 12.30pm. Can parents please bring €2 entry fee per child to cover the costs of entry for the races.  For those not familiar with Bilboa AC, the address is Cappamore, Co Limerick and the eircode is V94 H773. We have a lot of athletes competing this weekend, all of them are on teams with other children,  so please arrive early at 11.30am – we need to get singlets for a couple of new members, race numbers and we need to walk the course before the races start. The U10, 12 and 14 athletes all have different courses to run and there is a map attached.

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Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 16/09/2019

Posted on Sep 17, 2019 in Dooneen AC, Fit4Life, News, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes

Medieval Marathon

This event was held in Kilkenny on Saturday, and encompassed races from 10K to a marathon. Well done to Elaine Lyons and Eileen Reeves, who ran the marathon in 4:24:30 and 4:35:59 respectively.

 

 

Charleville International Half-Marathon

Over 1,300 athletes took part in the Charleville International Half-Marathon on Sunday. Weather conditions were warm and humid, but this didn’t stop some great performances. First man home was David Flynn of Clonliffe Harriers in a course record of 1:03:46 and first woman home was Aoife Cooke of Youghal A.C. in 1:14:39.

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Juvenile XC Relays

Posted on Sep 17, 2019 in Uncategorized

The inaugural county juvenile cross country relay championships held in UL and hosted by Limerick AC. Well done to all the young athletes that came out to support this event today. It was nice relaxed atmosphere with lots of different athletes turning up to make up teams – from sprinters, to middle distance runners to cross country athletes.

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Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 09/09/2019

Posted on Sep 10, 2019 in Dooneen AC, Fit4Life, latest news, News, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes

Kerryman Dingle Marathon

This event took place on Saturday, with over 2,500 participants over both races. First home for Dooneen in the half-marathon on his first outing at the distance was Cian Aherne in 1:29:16, followed by Mike Griffin in 1:35:47, Karen O’Flynn in 1:40:20, and Kate Twohig in 1:58:29. Well done to everybody who took part.  

 

 

Simplyhealth Great North Run

Around 57,000 people took part in the 39th edition of this half-marathon in Newcastle on Sunday. Well done to Ger Meehan, who, lining up at the event for the 23rd time, recorded a time of 2:04:49 for the journey from Newcastle to South Shields. Read More

Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 02/09/2019

Posted on Sep 3, 2019 in Dooneen AC, News, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes

Gotri 10K

The final race of the Gotri Shannon Summer Run Series took place on Wednesday with 52 participants. Well done to Declan Histon, who ran a season’s best of 47:09, and Shona O’Flynn, who also clocked 47:09.

 

 

Tullamore Harriers Quinlan Cup Half-Marathon

There was a turnout of 814 participants for this race on Saturday. Well done to Shóna Keane, who ran 1:26:00.  Read More

Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 26/08/2019

Posted on Aug 28, 2019 in Dooneen AC, Results, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes

Gotri 5K

The third Gotri Shannon Summer Run Series 5K took place on Wednesday with 69 participants. Well done to Declan Histon, who ran a season’s best 21:56, and to Shona O’Flynn, who ran 21:57. The final race of the series is a 10K, which will take place on Wednesday at 7pm.

 

 

Churchtown 5-Mile

174 runners took part in this race on Friday evening. Well done to Henry Downes, who ran 31:21.

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Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 19/08/2019

Posted on Aug 26, 2019 in Dooneen AC, News, Results, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes

Gotri 5K
The second Gotri Shannon Summer Run Series 5K took place on Wednesday with 72 participants. Well done to Declan Histon, who ran 22:03.

Cork City Sports
This meet was held at the CIT Arena on Wednesday evening. Well done to Cormac Downes, who ran 9:45.23 for the 3,000m.

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