Date          Event                                   Distance  Time     Place   Venue

25/6/2013.   Mary Peters International.   800m.      1.53.65pb    4th    Belfast
6/07/2013.   Crusaders GV Ryan.           1500m.     3.52.33pb    3rd    Santry

Two most recent results have been huge Pb's, Richard started the summer running 1.55.88 and 3.58.33, so he has taken massive chucks off both. We wish Richard continued success during the rest of the season and look forward to seeing him helping the club in their efforts to retain the Senior Cross Country later in the year.  


Fit4life, 1st August, Djouce, 7.30 N.B CHANGE OF DATE

The next race in the Fit4life series is a 4.5ml, predictor, in Djouce on Thursday, 1st. August, at 7.30. Click on the link below for more details and dates for rest of series. PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE.

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Some recent results;  Dublin Pride 5k on 21st June, Tom Cavanagh ran 21.01 an O/55 pb.  In the Irish Prison Services, 5k trail in the Phoenix Park, on 25th,  Diana Doll ran 25.13, and Bernard Quinn received great praise for his organisational skills. Irish Runner 5ml, Phoenix Park, 29th, Des O'Hare ran an impressive 33.46 a pb and over 3 minutes faster than same race last year. In the same race Susan Dowd ran 40.51. On Friday 28th, in the Kilcock 5k (St Coca's AC), Neil Wiktorski ran 15.51, to finish in 11th place, and Bernard Quinn put in a super performance to finish in 19.57. Full results are on .  One more result we have is from Dominic Horan, he ran 17.55, 15th 0/all and 1st O/45, in the Bushy Park, London,  5k Parkrun. Please forward your results to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Thursday training this week will be a hill session, all welcome.


Last night, 27th, we held a 5k time trial in Shanganagh Park. We had 20 athletes taking part on a humid and damp evening. Numbers a bit down, holidays, injuries etc., to blame, but a good turnout none the less. Dominic and Gary were there to set a good pace at the front of the field for anyone wanting to run 20mins app. There presence was greatly appreciated by the group and we hope to see them, and others from our elite group, on a few more Thursday evenings in the future. Pat McCourt was running as a pacer for those wishing to dip under the 24 mins mark, and did so to perfection by running 23.30. Some fine times were recorded, with most athletes running close to or, in some instances, surpassing their best. Next Thursday we will be returning to our hill work session. The following are the times recorded last night.

ATHLETE.            2k.        3k.       5k

Dominic;             7.52;    12.00;  19.53.

Gary;                 7.55;    12.09;   20.50.

Christy;              7.57;    12.15;   20.51.

Jason;                8.29;    12.56;   21.38.

Noelle;               8.55;    13.17;   21.56.

Charlottte;          8.56;    13.30;   22.29.

Pat;                    9.29;    14.16;   23.30.

Michelle              9.30;    14.20;   23.31.

Paul;                  9.22;    12.30;   23.38.

Emer;                 9.32;    14.20;   23.44

Tony;                  9.30;    14.24;   24.01.

Susan;                9.30;     14.16;   24.07.

Louise;                8.57;    13.20;   24.55.

Collette;              9.35;    14.44;   24.59.

Kate;                  10.45;      N/A

Elaine;                11.49;    17.50;   29.39.

Ana;                   11.33;    17.30;   30.12.

Jackie;                11.47;    18.02;   30.25.

Mary;                 12.53;    19.30;   32.49.

Lorraine;             13.20;    20.20;   34.19. 


Well done to all who took part.



DUNSHAUGLIN 10k, Great Debut From Chris Morgan.

The Dunshaughlin 10k (Michael Manning 10k) was held last night, 22nd June. The mens race was won by Mark Kenneally, Clonliffe Harriers, in 29.46, with Lizzie Lee, Leevale, taking the womens race in 34.08. Chris Morgan, running his first race for Bray Runners, put in a great performance to run 37.43. A lot more to come from Chris over the rest of the season. Ian McGrath ran 34.06, Gary Condon, 34.49; Joe Kelly 37.58. Diarmuid Potts, 40.55, (best 10k since 2009), Helen Barry, 41.14, 4th O/40, (Maria Dolan 1st O/40 in 37.49); Jason O'Connor, 47.23; Tony Brannigan, 49.27 (Equals Tony's 10k Pb, recorded on same course 5 years ago, well done Tony); Emer Hynes 51.15. These are the results we have to hand, well done to all those who took part. Can we have a race report from one or more of those who ran.  Next on the list is a 5k time trial in Shanganagh Park on Thursday 27th ( NOT 20th, as per recent email) at 6.30 pm, all welcome.

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