This section relates to the results of the athletes from the Dooneen Athletics Club. The results are posted based on the year and within each year, the corresponding event that took place. If you cannot find a result then try our google-aided search feature in the top right hand corner of the website and see how you get on.

From Running Shannon to Running Spree

Posted on Apr 8, 2016 in latest news, Results

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The first weekend in April saw a multitude of munster runners from a variety of clubs come together to celebrate their joy of running and no better city could have been nominated then the city of Berlin…. Half marathon was the chosen distance on what is considered The fastest “Sightseeing Tour” in sneakers, with lovely wide roads and a bounty of beautiful sights to ease the burn on the body running 13.1 miles (21.1km) in 18 degree heat and still smile at the end is no mean feat but was achieved by the group of thirtysomething that all travelled under the one flag, Irish athletes in a field of over 35,000….and how did it become a “running spree” I hear you ask …. ah well now that’s the clever bit …All the way from the River Shannon in Limerick to the River Spree in Berlin. Took me all week to think of that ! So to sum up definitely a bucket list race, and for all you juveniles out there, remember in a few years all these trips will be within your grasp. so don’t let up on your training, if your looking to the future have nothing but goals, and when reflecting on the past remember your achievements. Run long and Taper !!

 For all the inquisitive types, just copy and paste the results link below :        

 One small note, my garmin read 21.5 km at the end, thats a whole lap of the track extra !!

Just saying !! 

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Great results from Day 1&2 of the National Indoors

Posted on Mar 23, 2015 in latest news, Results


A very busy and very exciting weekend of athletics for our Juveniles, Saturday was the start of the National indoor Championships and what a way to kick off with some fantastic relays. Dooneen had 7 teams in total, for some kids it was their first time in a National Final, for others it was their first time running on the track in Athlone.

All and all a great day was had with most of our teams either medaling or making it to the final.

U15 Boys – 1st – Fintan, Scott, David, Paul, Smith
U14 Girls – 1st – Helena, Shauna, Nikki, Isabelle, Ellen
U15 Girls – 3rd – Tara, Yonisse, Niamh, Helena, Óran
U17 Girls – 3rd – Kíla, Caoimhe, Brianagh, Lauren, Charlotte

U13 Girls – 4th – Sally, Oyinkan, Ella, Chantelle, Abbey

U12 girls – 5th  – Sarah, Maria, Victoria, Eimear, Rachael

The U12 boys were very unlucky not to get to the final but had a super run, well done to Kelvin, Darragh, Jed, Liam and luke

Sunday then brought us back to Athlone for the second day of the National finals and the first of the individual events. Dooneen had quiet a few who qualified which in itself is some achievement but yet again some great results. A huge well done to Fiona O’Shea who under the guidance of her coach Niall, won her triple jump with ease and is the new title holder, Fiona is very busy studying for her leaving cert and she is a credit to the club and to her family and a great example of how study and sport compliment each other

Fiona O’Shea – 1st Triple Jump

Kelvin O’Carroll – 3rd 60m

Aisling Hehir – 3rd Triple Jump

Shauna Ryan – 3rd 60m

Niamh Moriarty  – 3rd 60m
Clodagh O’Mahoney – 3rd 60m
Lauren Ryan – 3rd 60m

Nikolka Stevankova – 5th 60m

Sarah Butler – 7th 600m

Well done to John Flynn, Owen Alfred and Michael Adekuale who also ran well.

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Nenagh Open Day Results for Dooneen AC

Posted on Feb 7, 2015 in Results

Well done to all our young athletes who took part in the open day in Nenagh on Sat last. Athletes took part in either a distance or sprint event and also long jump with shot putt and high jump for u12 age group. Darragh O Sullivan was first up in the high jump and cleared 110 and improving with each event.
This was followed by a flying start on the track with Kealon Collins taking Silver 300m U 9 and Katie Enright claiming the bronze. In the sprint distance 60m Freya took Silver. Our U 9 boys of Cullen and Conor Ryan both made the final and ran very well. Ross O’Carroll ran very well in the u 10 300m with a good time.
Rachel O Connor ran very strongly in the u 10 A final with Sarah O Sullivan performing well in her heat to make the B final. Anna Campbell ran the 300m and                  .
Victoria had a fall at the start of the u 11 500m but managed to get right back into the race and claimed the bronze medal, followed shortly by 4th place in her long jump. She was commended by the organisers for her commitment.
Aimee Ryan ran a great sprint taking the silver medal and bronze in her long jump.  Darragh Enright and Cathal Mangan both made it to the A final in the U 11 sprint and ran very well. Sarah Butler claimed bronze in the U12 600.
Kelvin O Carroll and Luke Ryan both made it to the A final with Kelvin taking gold in that event. Scott White took part in the shot putt with some very good throws.
The last event was the relays which were ran with great enthusiasm with all who attended form Dooneen taking part .
U 9 Girls Freya , Katie Ava and Kealon Silver
U 10 boys Cullen Conor Ross and Rachel Silver
U 10 Girls Freya Rachel Sarah Anna Silver
U11 Boys Conor Darragh Cathal Ross
U12 Girls Sarah B , Anna, Aimee Victoria Gold
U12 Boys Luke Scott Darragh Kelvin Silver

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Indoor League

Posted on Jan 27, 2015 in Latest News, Results, Senior Events Blog

All roads lead to Athlone this weekend for round 2 of the National League.
Its D day for both teams for qualifying to the final round, the girls team are currently in 4th place and the boys in 9th, with only 6 to qualify for the final the lads have a little more work to do, However! With the enormous sense of team pride emanating from the lads, I have no doubt they will be securing their place in the final.

Immense amounts of training, guidance and organising has gone into this fantastic event, so well done to all involved, we will be reporting with live results on Saturday so watch this space!!

Team bus leaves Raheen Church at 9am sharp, any queries contact Dave –

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Great Performances At Munsters

Posted on Jan 19, 2015 in Fit4Life, Junior Events Blog, Latest News, Results, Senior Events Blog

A beautiful winters morning, with the sun shining in a spectacular shade of blue, saw our athletes brave the elements and make their way back to Nenagh for the Munster Senior & Masters Indoor Championships
Dooneen were among the most well represented clubs, not only were we strong in numbers but also in our achievements, with many a win, medal and PB coming home.
The senior side was represented by the triple jump duo of Niall and Fiona, very cold conditions for jumping but it didn’t stop them earning a double gold while showing off some of their incredible ninja moves.
The masters were out in force and a couple of newbies in addition to the group, it really is great to see more and more people giving the track a go, and more importantly, loving the experience.
Fantastic results by all individually as well as in the relays. The ladies team stormed to victory in a very exciting race and claimed gold. The men’s team ran like champions, but were very unlucky to finish in 4th place. A big thank you to Joe Chawke who was half way home and half thawed out, only to turn the car around to make up a relay team for the boys, after someone got injured, that really is what its all about, team effort and team pride.

A huge thank you to Steve, Dave, Niall and Joe for their continuous efforts and training,none of this can happen without their help

Seniors Individual Results

Fiona O’Shea – 1st – Triple Jump

Niall Counihan – 1st – Triple jump

Masters Individual Results

Martha O’Sullivan – 1st – 60m, 200m, long jump and Shot Putt

Mary Neil – 1st – 60m, 200m, 800m

Paula Murphy – 2nd – 60m, 200m

Diane Curran – 2nd 60m, 200m

Steve lappin – 1st – 200m, 4th 60m

Dermot Kerins – 3rd – 800m
Shane Larkin – 3rd – 1500m
Paul Askins – 3rd – Shot Putt

Andy Minogue – 4th – 60m

Timmy Ryan – 4th – 200m, 6th – 60m

Tony Fitzgerald – 4th – 3000m

Joe Chawke – 4th – 3000m

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Community Games Finals Part two

Posted on Aug 25, 2014 in Latest News, Results

The second weekend of the National Community Games finals took place in Athlone from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th and what a great weekend it was, Dooneen were well represented in many races and it was lovely to see them represent their county with such pride. Medals are hard to get in the community games as the standard is so high, but many kids did just that
Ellen Lynch ran a superb race in her 600m, there was no stopping her and she was strong throughout, with tears of joy she finished in 1st place Susan O’Neill was back again this year with the Javelin and it seems she has found another strenght as she finished in 4th place

Eoghan Beary ran a strong race in the Marathon u16 in what is a very difficult course, he stayed with the top group throughout and finished 4th.

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In the relays we had some great results

Girls u12 relay of Nikki, Chantel, Isobel, Sally, Oyinkan and Sarah – 1st

Boys U14 relay of Eoghan, Cian, Colm, Tony, Jamin and Scott – 3rd

Mixed u13 relay of Helena, Aoife, Rebecca, David, Lochlann and Shadrach – 1st

Mixed u15 relay of Niamh, Yonisse, Zara, Nevil, Conor and Jamie – 3rd

Mixed u16 relay of John, David, Tommy, Sinead and Charlotte – 4th


Many more competed individually but fell short of the medals, well done to Rachael O’Connor, Emer O’Conor, Lochlainn O’Keefe, Peter Kiely, Nicole Mcnamara, Tony Mambouana, Sinead Roche, Kíla Curran, Josh Boland, Brianagh Collins, Colm Quilligan, Karl Buckley, Zara Lappin and Cathal Locke. U12 Relay of Kelvin, Richmond, Posi and Ciaran, U 10 Mixed relay of Marcus, Sam, Denis, Maria, Sarah and Victoria. Just getting to a Community Games National Final is an achievement in itself so well done to all, its great to see such a long list of Dooneen names.

For some pictures from the weekend click here

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