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.

Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 30/09/2019

Posted on Oct 1, 2019 in Dooneen AC, Fit4Life, News, Results, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes

Berlin Marathon

Over 40,000 people took part in this year’s Berlin Marathon on Sunday. Well done to Alison Flynn, who ran 3:45:50.

Naas Town 10K

This race took place in Kildare on Sunday. Well done to John Shier, who ran a PB of 48:23.

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Dooneen A.C. Senior Notes 23/09/2019

Posted on Sep 24, 2019 in Dooneen AC, Fit4Life, Latest News, Results, Senior Events Blog, Senior Notes, x country

Limerick Senior & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships

The Limerick Senior & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships took place in Bilboa, Cappamore on Sunday.

The women’s race was the first of the day. Rosemary Ryan lead from the gun, 2nd home was Sinéad McDermott, next home was Karen Raine, followed by Louise Matthews, Verena Tarpey and Marie Keane to ensure Dooneen won Senior team gold.

Sinéad McDermott won the Intermediate title and Louise Matthews claimed bronze.

Declan Moore of Bilboa ran a brilliant race to win the Senior men’s title. The Dooneen men’s team won Senior bronze with Eoghan Beary in 5th, followed by Thomas Klimas, Dermot Kearns, James Connolly, Henry Downes and Kevin Johnson.

Eoghan Beary finished 2nd in the Intermediate race, and led the team of Thomas Klimas, James Connolly, and Kevin Johnson to team silver.

Huge thanks to Bilboa A.C. for organizing the event and making it a great day. Congratulations and well done to all.

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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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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 !! 

berlin 2016 half

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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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