Archive for December, 2012

A very Happy New Year to all our members

Clonliffe Harriers AC extend our best wishes to all our members and friends for a Happy and successful 2013. Club activities resume on Thursday next, Jan. 3rd with training at 7.00pm (except for the U/13s downwards who start back on Tuesday the 8th). We look forward to a great New Year for the black ‘n’ amber. Nil desperandum!

Season`s Greetings to all from Clonliffe Harriers

Seasons Greetings

Clonliffe Harriers AC extends it`s best wishes to all our members, family, friends and supporters at this most special time of the year. Happy Christmas and a healthy 2013!! Thank you sincerely for your support and efforts throughtout the course of a successful year. Happy holidays!

Emma Dunne and Ger Kirwan win Senior Cake Races

Nothing fuels debate like the injustice of a harsh handicap!! Indeed there was much good-natured debate from we tail-enders in the club bar post the 2012 Christmas Cake Races.

This years cake races attracted the biggest entry seen in many a long year, between the two races over 70 athletes took part in the race starting and finishing on the track in the Morton Stadium and taking in an out and back loop through Northwood.

In the ladies race over 5000 metres first home was Emma Dunne from Gretta and Niamh Kiely. The fastest athlete was Emma Cooper in a time of 19.22 from Ailish Malone 19.24 and Alannah Cooley 21.37. First Master athlete was Janette Reid.

The Senior Men’s race also over 5000 metres had a field of over 50 starters. The winner was Ger Kirwan from Conor Keane 2nd and Sean Doran 3rd. Fastest athlete was Ian Guiden who scorched around the course in 15.35 from David Flynn, back home on holidays from Arkansas 15.58 and Mark McDonald, the 2011 cake race winner 16.01. It was also good welcome back home  from the States Graham Mahon.

Results of women`s race:

Emma Dunne  22.05
Gretta   22.07 
Niamh Kiely  23.43
Aoife Carey  23.53
Karen Duggan  24.01
Alannah Cooley  21.37
Sinead Hartnett  21.38
Joyce O’Hare  21.42
Hope Saunders  22.03
Stephaine  22.06
Amy Carron  22.08
Ciara Faherty 28.11
Emma Kelly  24.28
Laura Tuite  21.38
Sally Ahern  21.40
Janette Ried  25.11 1st Master Lady
Emma Cooper 19.22  Fastest Time
Ailish Malone  19.24
Amy McGrath  24.38
Noreen Keane 33.31
 
Results of men`s race:
 
Position Name Handicap Mins Handicap Seconds Time Minds Time Seconds Net Minutes Net Seconds Place
5 Ian Guiden 5 45 21 20 15 35 1
17 David Flynn 6 15 22 13 15 58 2
4 Mark McDonald 5 15 21 16 16 1 3
1 Gerard Kirwan 3 30 20 12 16 42 4
8 Liam Ashton 5 0 21 46 16 46 5
10 Munia Bouzine 5 0 21 53 16 53 6
2 Conor Kean 3 30 20 33 17 3 7
3 Sean Doran 4 0 21 11 17 11 8
9 David Dunwoody 4 20 21 51 17 31 9
6 J B Ward 4 0 21 38 17 38 10
11 Joe Phibbs 4 20 21 59 17 39 11
12  David O’Hanlon 4 20 22 5 17 45 12
15 Conor Delaney 4 20 22 10 17 50 13
19 Eoin Murray 4 30 22 31 18 1 14
30 Cathal Doyle 5 0 23 4 18 4 15
13 Brian Flanagan 4 0 22 7 18 7 16
14 Kevin Mckenna 4 0 22 8 18 8 17
25 Graham Manhon 4 30 22 43 18 13 18
7 Declan  Ryan 3 30 21 44 18 14 19
21 Ross Kerney 4 0 22 33 18 33 20
22 Joseph Hession 4 0 22 34 18 34 21
20 Mauruce McCrohan 3 30 22 32 19 2 22
16 Niall Norman 3 0 22 12 19 12 23
24 Gerry Carr 3 30 22 42 19 12 24
18 Declan Murray 2 45 22 19 19 34 25
26 Alan Worrall 3 15 22 57 19 42 26
23 Ronan McDermot 2 45 22 35 19 50 27
27 Shane Merrigan 3 0 22 58 19 58 28
29 Craig Hossenney 3 0 23 0 20 0 29
28 Colm Doran 2 45 22 59 20 14 30
35 Pat Byrne 3 30 23 47 20 17 31
34 Colm McDonhall 3 15 23 39 20 24 32
33 Colm Breen 3 0 23 32 20 32 33
32 Thomas Ward 2 45 23 25 20 40 34
38 Paddy Tuite 3 0 24 15 21 15 35
36 Paddy Devitt 2 45 24 7 21 22 36
37 Jason McGarth 2 15 24 9 21 54 37
39 Shay Byrne 2 30 24 26 21 56 38
41 Sean O’Leary 2 45 24 56 22 11 39
45 Noel Guigan 3 15 25 35 22 20 40
44 Pat Devitt 2 45 25 13 22 28 41
43 Mick Fogarty 2 30 25 10 22 40 42
40 Martin Kavanagh 2 0 24 53 22 53 43
42 Feargal O Shea 2 0 25 5 23 5 44
31 Chris Troy 0 0 23 12 23 12 45
46 David Brady 2 15 26 27 24 12 46
47 John Langan 2 15 26 42 24 27 47
48 David Gomm 0 0 27 30 27 30 48
                 

The Clonliffe Lotto Christmas Draw also took place. The prize winners were:

1st Prize €300 Caroline Tuite

2nd Prize €200 Joe Ward c/o Ruth

3rd Prize €100 Ronan McDermot

4th €50 Paul McLoughlin C/O Fergie

5th €50 Joe Duff

6th €50 Mark Bermingham

7th €50 Doreen Whitty

8th €50 Geraldine Keogh

9th €50 Ian Regers

10th €50 Fred Connolly

11th €50 Richard O Hogan

12th €50 Tony

13th €50 Fergus Keenan Karl Donnelly

14th €50 Mary Glover c/o C Tuite

15th €50 Ronan McDermott

Happy Christmas to all our members, supporters, and friends.

 

It`s a piece of cake for Clonliffe juveniles

Great fun at tonight`s juvenile cake races in the Morton Stadium as the club`s younger athletes brought their 2012 season to a close. There was a fine turn out in all four races and a great dive to the line in the final race of the night as Fintan McManus beat the handicaper to take victory right at the death. In Gladys and Marian`s group the top 3 girls were: 1st Allanah Fizsimons, 2nd Alex Twomey and 3rd Aoife Hession. Boys: 1st Johnaton Fitzsimons, 2nd Dylan Richards, 3rd Michael Coleman.

Gerry`s group also had big fields in their races. Girls: 1st Hope Sumona, 2nd Amy Carron 3rd Katelyn Butler. Boys: 1st Fintan McManus, 2nd Harry Pierce, 3rd Ben Guiden.

Cathal,Adam, Joseph, Kevin (2)

Afterwards there was a reception where Christmas Cakes went to the four winners and best athletes 2012 awards were presented to Aoife Hession ,Abby Sheehy, Cathal Doyle and Sally Aherne. The club president, Paddy Marley also presented medals to the U/15 and 16 boys cross country squads. The U/16s team of Cathal Doyle, Ross Kearney, Adam O`Brien, Sean Carrig, Brian Flanagan and Paddy O`Hanlon receiving their Dublin silver medals and the U/15, Adam O`Brien, Joseph Hession, Kevin McKenna, Paddy O`Hanlon, David O`Hanlon and Sean Carrig their Dublin silvers and then their National gold medals. Adam O`Brien and Cathal Doyle were also presented with inter county and inter provincial medals. Paddy also made a presention to Megan Coomber, Megan won National indoor and outdoor long jump titles in 2012.

Well done to all our athletes throughout 2012 you are all a credit to Clonliffe Harriers. A big thank you also to Gladys and her team and to Colm Doran who once again sponsored the after race party goodies.

Tom Fitzpatrick wins ERP Christmas Cracker 5k

Tallaght AC`s Tom Fitzpatrick was a comfortable winner of today`s ERP Christmas Cracker 5k from an entry of over 300 runners. Fitzpatrick was at the head of the field from the off and as the athletes left the Morton Stadium took control building up a 6 second lead over Eddie McGinley (Annadale) by half way and after the Northwood/Ballymun/Santry Avenue loop re entered the stadium well clear to win in 14.42 with McGinley 2nd in 15.08. 3rd was last year`s runner up, Emmet Dunleavy (Sligo AC) 15.24, Simon Ryan (Raheny) 4th, and from Clonliffe Dave Fitzmaurice (15.28) with club mate Michael McDiarmada 6th (15.38).

First woman was Kerry Harty (Newcastles AC) in an impressive 16.50, 2nd Elish Kelly (Raheny) 17.12, 3rd Theresa McGloin (Finn Valley) 17.23, 4th Ailish Malone 18.21 leading home fellow Clonliffe athletes, 5th Emma Cooper (18.21) and Louise Reilly (18.56).

In the team competion Raheny (4,12,14 and 15) took the mens team win from Clonliffe with the positions reversed in the womens where Clonliffe won (4,5 and 10) from Raheny.

It was particularily pleasing to see such a good turn out of junior athletes in the Cracker. Junior girls 1st Isabelle Carron (Skerries), 2nd Rona Pierse (Skerries) 3rd Laura Tuite (Clonliffe). Boys 1st Keith Fallon (GCH), 2nd Lim Ashton (Clonliffe) 3rd Cathal Doyle (Clonliffe).

Clonliffe Harriers would like to thank ERP for their support as a partner in the race, Last Lap Cafe, Amphibian King and all the officials on the day and the athletes for coming out to run the Cracker. We hope you enjoyed the experience.

Results of the 2012 ERP Christmas Cracker:

Pos Bib Firstname Name Gender Category Club Finish Halfway Chiptime
1 158 Tomas Fitzpatrick M MO Tallaght AC 00:14:42 00:06:33 00:14:40
2 135 Eddie McGinley M MO 00:15:08 00:06:39 00:15:06
3 265 Emmett Dunleavy M M Sligo Ac 00:15:24 00:06:56 00:15:22
4 223 Simon Ryan M ms Raheny Shamrock AC 00:15:25 00:06:49 00:15:23
5 275 Dave Fitzmaurice M M Clonliffe Harriers 00:15:28 00:06:39 00:15:26
6 114 Michael MacDiarmada M MO Clonliffe Harriers 00:15:38 00:06:56 00:15:36
7 269 John Frazer M M St Malachys 00:15:42 00:07:02 00:15:39
8 89 Pat Byrne M M40 Tinryland AC 00:15:49 00:07:02 00:15:47
9 161 Ryan McDermott M MO Annadale Striders 00:15:53 00:06:50 00:15:51
10 226 Joe Warne M M Doheny Ac 00:16:03 00:06:42 00:16:02
11 252 Keith Fallon M MJ GCh 00:16:10 00:06:56 00:16:07
12 251 Bernard Roe M M Raheny Shamrock AC 00:16:11 00:07:03 00:16:09
13 151 Kevin English M MO Donore Harriers 00:16:13 00:07:10 00:16:11
14 224 Brian Leahy M sm Raheny Shamrock AC 00:16:13 00:07:11 00:16:11
15 230 Damien Martin M M45 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:16:13 00:07:12 00:16:11
16 227 Paddy Cassidy M M Glaslough Harriers 00:16:25 00:07:10 00:16:24
17 256 Paul Cowhie M M45 Civil  Service  Ac 00:16:31 00:07:13 00:16:28
18 201 Gavin Keogh M MO Donore Harriers 00:16:37 00:07:15 00:16:34
19 255 Patrick Malone M M45 Newbridge Ac 00:16:46 00:07:24 00:16:43
20 120 Kerry Harty F FO Newcastle AC 00:16:50 00:07:26 00:16:47
21 245 Ian O’Leary M M40 Donore Harriers 00:16:57 00:07:24 00:16:55
22 183 Liam Ashton M MO Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:04 00:07:20 00:17:02
23 300 Aidan Jones M M UCD 00:17:05 00:07:36 00:17:02
24 264 Cathal Doyle M Mj Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:06 00:07:36 00:17:02
25 286 Michael McGloin M M Garda  Ac 00:17:07 00:07:33 00:17:04
26 127 Ciaran Carr M MO 00:17:08 00:07:47 00:17:01
27 203 Gerard Kirwan M MO Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:10 00:07:30 00:17:07
28 259 Kieron Peters M M Skerries  Ac 00:17:11 00:07:30 00:17:08
29 273 Eilish Kelly F F Raheny Shamrock AC 00:17:12 00:07:43 00:17:08
30 180 Ernie Ramsey M MO Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:15 00:07:40 00:17:13
31 220 Philip O’Doherty M M50 Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:17 00:07:33 00:17:14
32 129 Thomas Frayne M MO Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:18 00:07:44 00:17:13
33 249 Niall Cunningham M M GCH 00:17:18 00:07:40 00:17:15
34 202 Teresa McGloin F FO FINN VALLEY AC 00:17:23 00:07:43 00:17:21
35 167 Ian Egan M M40 Tuam AC 00:17:26 00:07:45 00:17:22
36 181 Richie Mac Liam M MO Smithfield ABC/Crusaders AC 00:17:33 00:07:54 00:17:29
37 150 Paddy Moore M MO Drogheda & District AC 00:17:37 00:07:43 00:17:32
38 52 Keith Downey M M45 Skerries AC 00:17:39 00:07:44 00:17:35
39 278 Sean Doran M M Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:46 00:07:59 00:17:40
40 293 Jonathan Bradley M MJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:17:49 00:07:45 00:17:40
41 258 Pearse Coyle M M45 Rathfarnham WSAF 00:17:50 00:07:53 00:17:45
42 291 Gerard Redmond M M Raheny Shamrock AC 00:18:02 00:08:10 00:17:57
43 247 Adam O’Brien M MJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:04 00:07:45 00:17:59
44 243 John Clarke M M Raheny Shamrock AC 00:18:05 00:08:10 00:18:01
45 215 David Brady M MO 00:18:10 00:07:47 00:18:07
46 9 Nigel Burke M M45 Sportsworld 00:18:12 00:08:09 00:18:06
47 188 Paul Gallagher M MO 00:18:12 00:08:11 00:18:06
48 105 Desie Shorten M M55 Tallaght AC 00:18:13 00:08:10 00:18:10
49 194 Ailish Malone F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:20 00:08:09 00:18:16
50 219 Emma Cooper F F35 Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:21 00:08:12 00:18:18
51 11 Michael Kehoe M M40 00:18:23 00:08:08 00:18:20
52 250 Georoid O’Connor M M GCH 00:18:24 00:07:57 00:18:21
53 119 John Dillon M M35 Tinryland AC 00:18:31 00:08:14 00:18:27
54 274 Kevin Mc Keever M M 00:18:31 00:08:26 00:18:21
55 171 Declan Monaghan M M35 Drogheda & District AC 00:18:32 00:08:15 00:18:28
56 45 Sean Doyle M M55 Rathfarnham WSAF 00:18:37 00:08:22 00:18:33
57 263 Ross Kearney M MJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:37 00:08:07 00:18:34
58 218 Chris Keeling M M50 Skerries AC 00:18:38 00:08:14 00:18:35
59 162 John Clohisey M MO Raheny Shamrock AC 00:18:40 00:08:13 00:18:37
60 231 Isobel Carron F FJ Skerries Ac 00:18:43 00:08:15 00:18:39
61 196 Ian Donagh M M40 Drogheda & District AC 00:18:45 00:08:18 00:18:41
62 133 Kieran Murphy M M45 Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:46 00:08:27 00:18:41
63 268 Ciaran Crowther M MJ St Andrews 00:18:47 00:08:23 00:18:36
64 8 Christopher Schiel M MO 00:18:48 00:08:44 00:18:40
65 253 Joseph Hessin M MJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:48 00:08:18 00:18:42
66 73 John Mc Hugh M M55 Rathfarnham WSAF 00:18:49 00:08:23 00:18:45
67 212 Louise Reilly F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:18:56 00:08:31 00:18:53
68 113 Paul Tolchard M M35 00:18:59 00:08:26 00:18:52
69 35 Mo McCrohan M M45 Clonliffe Harriers 00:19:00 00:08:28 00:18:55
70 62 Maria Dolan F F40 Rathfarnham WSAF 00:19:04 00:08:36 00:19:00
71 22 Ruaidhri Nolan M MO 00:19:12 00:08:40 00:19:00
72 140 Ilona McElroy F FO Crusaders AC 00:19:14 00:08:44 00:19:08
73 295 Seamus Rooney M M50 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:19:23 00:08:42 00:19:18
74 187 David Wogan M M45 00:19:25 00:08:41 00:19:22
75 185 Roisin Leahy F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:19:27 00:08:26 00:19:23
76 239 Daniel Kelly M MJ Skerries Ac 00:19:30 00:08:16 00:19:25
77 95 Aoife Rickard F FO Donore Harriers 00:19:31 00:08:42 00:19:25
78 186 John Paul Kneafsey M MO 00:19:34 00:08:43 00:19:27
79 169 Billy Cussen M MO NCEF 00:19:35 00:08:43 00:19:23
80 124 Caoimhe Daniels F FO Galway City Harriers 00:19:44 00:08:53 00:19:38
81 276 Paul Kearns M M45 Tara  Ac 00:19:44 00:08:39 00:19:38
82 136 Aoife O’Connor F F35 Clonliffe Harriers 00:19:46 00:08:52 00:19:41
83 233 Rhona Pierce F FJ Skerries Ac 00:19:53 00:08:34 00:19:49
84 208 Richard Mannion M MO Clonliffe Harriers 00:19:54 00:08:47 00:19:47
85 144 Marie Hyland F FO Crusaders AC 00:19:58 00:08:45 00:19:53
86 159 Peter O Connell M MO DUHAC 00:19:58 00:08:58 00:19:47
87 155 Ronan Mc Dermott M M35 Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:00 00:09:07 00:19:55
88 172 Edward Foan M M35 00:20:01 00:08:59 00:19:56
89 157 Deirdre Ni Chearbhaill F F35 Crusaders AC 00:20:02 00:08:52 00:19:58
90 262 Thomas Ward M MJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:03 00:09:01 00:19:57
91 281 Jonathan Kinsella M M Drogheda & District AC 00:20:03 00:09:00 00:19:57
92 78 Darragh Tierney M M35 00:20:04 00:08:48 00:19:53
93 107 Rachel Wisdom F FO 00:20:05 00:08:51 00:20:02
94 267 Noel Crowther M M50 Rathfarnham WSAF 00:20:05 00:09:02 00:19:54
95 246 Orlandi Giancarlo M M60 Drogheda & District AC 00:20:07 00:08:53 00:20:03
96 99 Kevin Broderick M M35 00:20:09 00:08:46 00:20:02
97 170 Joyce O’Hare F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:09 00:09:03 00:20:04
98 26 Aidan Comerford M M35 00:20:14 00:09:04 00:20:05
99 306 Richard O’Connor M M 00:20:16 00:09:17 00:20:02
100 72 Eimear Smith F F35 00:20:17 00:09:08 00:20:10
101 225 Shane Merrigan M MJ Cloniffe Harriers 00:20:17 00:08:44 00:20:09
102 38 Gareth Mc Evoy M M35 00:20:19 00:09:14 00:20:06
103 260 Glen Townsend M M 00:20:19 00:09:04 00:20:12
104 207 John Monks M M35 Kilbush Running Club! 00:20:20 00:09:05 00:20:13
105 282 Kieran Simpson M M40 00:20:23 00:09:08 00:20:12
106 111 Colm Breen M M40 Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:24 00:09:04 00:20:17
107 242 Stephen O’Connor M MJ Skerries  Ac 00:20:24 00:09:02 00:20:19
108 65 Sheelagh Jones F F50 DSDAC 00:20:26 00:09:06 00:20:19
109 53 Colm MacDomhnaill M M40 Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:31 00:09:26 00:20:13
110 266 Alison O’Sullivan F F35 Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:31 00:09:06 00:20:26
111 156 Sinead Hartnett F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:33 00:09:13 00:20:28
112 277 Colm Doran M M55 Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:33 00:09:17 00:20:25
113 198 Jim Keogh M M45 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:20:35 00:09:25 00:20:26
114 210 Niall Egan M MO Galway City Harriers 00:20:35 00:09:09 00:20:27
115 192 Emma Harding F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:20:43 00:09:13 00:20:38
116 98 Clive Smith M MO killinarden 00:20:45 00:09:17 00:20:33
117 58 Leo Lundy M M45 Crusaders AC 00:20:46 00:09:09 00:20:37
118 154 Conor Cooney M M60 Drogheda & District AC 00:20:47 00:09:05 00:20:40
119 16 Josephine Killeen F F45 kilmurray ibrikane 00:20:50 00:09:25 00:20:45
120 145 Mags Nugent F FO Drogheda & District AC 00:20:52 00:09:20 00:20:44
121 46 John O Leary M M55 00:20:54 00:09:30 00:20:43
122 152 Nuala Reilly F F55 Drogheda & District AC 00:20:57 00:09:20 00:20:51
123 51 Neill Lyons M MO 00:21:04 00:09:17 00:20:56
124 229 Sean O’ Leary M MJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:21:05 00:09:20 00:20:58
125 123 Paul Cassidy M M35 00:21:09 00:09:15 00:20:59
126 221 Martin Loughane M m55 roscrea 00:21:14 00:09:25 00:21:06
127 142 Anna King F FO Crusaders AC 00:21:18 00:09:21 00:21:12
128 5 Stephen Willoughby M M45 Sportsworld 00:21:20 00:09:42 00:21:10
129 96 David Danagher M MO Rathfarnham WSAF 00:21:22 00:09:33 00:21:14
130 205 Jason McGrath M M40 Clonliffe Harriers 00:21:24 00:09:43 00:21:10
131 39 Peter Sheridan M M35 Drogheda & District AC 00:21:26 00:09:21 00:21:17
132 298 TJ Doheny M MJ Dunleer Ac 00:21:36 00:09:27 00:21:27
133 214 Ronan Gately M M40 Jedi Knights 00:21:41 00:09:27 00:21:33
134 182 James Murphy M MO Galway City Harriers 00:21:44 00:09:24 00:21:34
135 279 Laura Tuite F FJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:21:51 00:09:55 00:21:42
136 103 Ronan Higgins M M35 00:21:52 00:09:27 00:21:43
137 299 Sandra Doheny F F40 Dunleer Ac 00:21:52 00:09:47 00:21:43
138 44 Helen Carr F F35 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:21:55 00:09:47 00:21:48
139 64 Anthony King M M65 St Cocas 00:21:57 00:09:47 00:21:49
140 3 Connor Jennings M M40 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:22:02 00:09:46 00:21:54
141 197 Tony Duffin M M40 00:22:02 00:09:48 00:21:51
142 178 John O Leary M M45 Portmarnock AC 00:22:03 00:09:58 00:21:49
143 236 Conor Tuck M MJ Skerries Ac 00:22:05 00:09:19 00:21:59
144 36 Richard Connolly M M65 Clonliffe Harriers 00:22:08 00:09:50 00:22:05
145 33 Alan Creighton M M45 Celbridge AC 00:22:16 00:09:53 00:22:05
146 68 Terry Mee M M65 Donore Harriers 00:22:16 00:09:52 00:22:11
147 63 Michael Lee M M45 Celbridge AC 00:22:22 00:09:56 00:22:11
148 101 Michael Donoghue M M40 Skerries Winter Running League 00:22:24 00:10:02 00:22:12
149 112 Greg Simons M M40 Skerries AC 00:22:25 00:10:03 00:22:16
150 164 Matt Cooley M M60 00:22:25 00:10:20 00:22:01
151 67 Paul Kirwan M MO 00:22:28 00:09:53 00:22:20
152 93 Neil Kelly M M35 Bawn Road Runners 00:22:29 00:10:10 00:22:20
153 61 conor kenny M M55 Sportsworld 00:22:32 00:10:10 00:20:41
154 240 Auimhe Byrne F FJ Skerries Ac 00:22:36 00:10:06 00:22:29
155 283 Chris Troy M M Clonliffe Harriers 00:22:38 00:10:03 00:22:33
156 137 Hugh Carberry M M35 Phoenix 00:22:41 00:10:34 00:22:24
157 115 Diarmaid O’Sullivan M M35 Crusaders AC 00:22:43 00:10:19 00:22:30
158 116 Liam Mulready M M65 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:22:44 00:10:03 00:22:32
159 30 Gerard McClenaghan M M50 Beechmount Hrs 00:22:46 00:10:19 00:22:37
160 261 Alana Cooley F FJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:22:47 00:09:55 00:22:38
161 179 Dave Murtagh M MO Portmarnock AC 00:22:49 00:10:03 00:22:34
162 106 Simon Wilson M MO 1st Dublin LHO 00:22:50 00:10:00 00:22:43
163 176 Joe McGuirk M M40 Drogheda & District AC 00:22:50 00:10:21 00:22:43
164 241 Laura Costello F FJ Skerries Ac 00:22:52 00:10:01 00:22:46
165 130 Alex Duncan M M45 00:22:55 00:10:01 00:22:47
166 41 David Martin Butler M MO 00:22:56 00:10:34 00:22:39
167 174 Barney Flannery M M55 Drogheda & District AC 00:22:57 00:10:19 00:22:47
168 270 Vincents Clohisey M M Raheny Shamrock AC 00:23:08 00:10:28 00:22:59
169 234 Aine Mc Carthy F FJ Skerries Ac 00:23:10 00:10:06 00:23:04
170 139 Robert Hickey M MO 00:23:11 00:10:30 00:22:58
171 165 Bronagh O Hara F FO Clonliffe Harriers 00:23:13 00:10:37 00:22:59
172 184 Grainne Ni Fhatharta F FO 00:23:17 00:10:41 00:23:03
173 285 Stephanie McCaul F Fj Clonliffe Harriers 00:23:20 00:10:19 00:23:09
174 284 Fergal O’Shea M M45 Clonliffe Harriers 00:23:22 00:10:24 00:23:07
175 301 Marie Masterson F F 00:23:22 00:10:41 00:23:09
176 232 Aimee Carron F FJ Skerries Ac 00:23:23 00:10:06 00:23:18
177 77 Christina Mackenzie F F35 Portmarnock AC 00:23:27 00:10:27 00:23:12
178 237 Ellen Tuck F FJ Skerries Ac 00:23:33 00:10:07 00:23:26
179 40 Mary Purdue-Smyth F F45 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:23:40 00:10:41 00:23:29
180 126 Martin Tobin M M50 European Running Pack 00:23:40 00:11:09 00:23:25
181 138 Umesh Bhagwan M M35 00:23:56 00:10:34 00:23:41
182 84 Neil Richardson M MO 00:24:07 00:11:12 00:23:49
183 200 Aidan Rheinisch M M35 00:24:08 00:10:37 00:24:00
184 110 Kerry McHugh F F35 Drogheda & District AC 00:24:12 00:10:46 00:24:03
185 81 Yasmin Canning F F40 Drogheda & District AC 00:24:13 00:10:46 00:24:03
186 296 Stephan Fitzpatrick M M 00:24:14 00:10:44 00:24:04
187 125 Donal Sherry M M40 00:24:19 00:10:33 00:24:12
188 217 Conor Wilson M MO 1st Dublin LHO 00:24:20 00:11:08 00:24:05
189 74 Philip Dickinson M M45 00:24:21 00:11:06 00:24:02
190 91 Mark Doran M MO 00:24:24 00:11:13 00:24:09
191 307 Aisling Andrews F F Clonliffe Harriers 00:24:24 00:11:05 00:24:11
192 70 Kristy Ryan F FO 00:24:30 00:11:06 00:24:19
193 108 Trevor Wisdom M M35 Clonliffe Harriers 00:24:36 00:11:16 00:24:22
194 305 Janette Reid F F40 Clonliffe Harriers 00:24:38 00:11:05 00:24:25
195 20 Gaetan Meister M M40 00:24:40 00:10:41 00:24:24
196 168 David Brady M M60 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:24:42 00:11:24 00:24:32
197 216 Yvonne Mc Donough F F35 Clonliffe Harriers 00:24:42 00:11:07 00:24:29
198 134 John Moran M M45 Finglas Ravens 00:24:47 00:10:42 00:24:41
199 211 Orla McCarthy F FO Fingallians 00:25:16 00:11:07 00:25:05
200 290 Sandra McDonagh F F50 Raheny Shamrock AC 00:25:19 00:11:24 00:25:08
201 204 Ena Tobin F FO Drogheda & District AC 00:25:28 00:11:15 00:25:14
202 294 Simon Wilson M M 00:25:31 00:11:08 00:25:16
203 59 Jillian Casey F FO Crusaders AC 00:25:37 00:11:37 00:25:28
204 190 Liz Murphy F F35 Portmarnock AC 00:25:40 00:11:34 00:25:24
205 193 Paul O Reilly M M45 00:25:47 00:11:45 00:25:29
206 209 Philip Cuffe M M55 00:25:51 00:11:45 00:25:34
207 244 Teodore Pimpireva M M 00:25:59 00:11:33 00:25:42
208 191 Megan Millar F FO DDAC 00:26:03 00:11:35 00:25:55
209 121 Ali Musgrave F F35 00:26:08 00:11:25 00:25:55
210 189 Clodagh Fitzharris F F35 Drogheda & District AC 00:26:14 00:11:35 00:26:02
211 254 Louise McGirl F F 00:26:22 00:12:03 00:26:01
212 297 Tony Kealy M M45 00:26:31 00:12:11 00:26:12
213 102 Ann Dooley F F35 Skerries Striders 00:26:36 00:12:13 00:26:16
214 66 Emma Fairbairn F FO 00:26:41 00:11:57 00:26:34
215 175 Clive White M M35 00:26:42 00:10:50 00:26:30
216 206 jane Monks F F35 Kilbush Running Club! 00:26:42 00:11:59 00:26:29
217 222 Fergie Murray M m35 00:26:43 00:12:09 00:26:27
218 37 Tony Casey M M35 00:26:44 00:12:09 00:26:27
219 235 Eibhlin Mc Carthy F FJ Skerries Ac 00:27:07 00:11:44 00:27:01
220 238 Lauren Byrne F FJ Skerries Ac 00:27:07 00:11:44 00:27:01
221 31 Lawrence Fox M M50 00:27:12 00:12:30 00:26:59
222 131 Joseph Devine M M50 00:27:14 00:12:09 00:26:59
223 50 Aoife Lyons F F35 00:27:24 00:12:25 00:27:06
224 257 Lorraine Smith F F 00:27:26 00:11:58 00:27:16
225 280 Amy Mc Grath F FJ Clonliffe Harriers 00:27:27 00:12:01 00:27:17
226 75 Alison Lyons M M40 00:27:32 00:12:25 00:27:13
227 302 Evan Doheny M MJ Dunleer Ac 00:27:38 00:12:08 00:27:29
228 10 Blathnaid Knott F F35 Johnstown Joggers 00:27:56 00:12:55 00:27:40
229 287 Jeanne Murray F F40 00:28:07 00:13:11 00:27:48
230 80 Angela Charlton F F40 00:28:33 00:13:05 00:28:15
231 24 Elaine Kelly F FO 00:28:46 00:12:43 00:28:35
232 57 Claire Murphy F FO 00:28:47 00:13:06 00:28:31
233 92 Laura Gormley F FO 00:28:56 00:12:46 00:28:42
234 292 Paul Cumiskey M M40 00:29:17 00:12:47 00:28:56
235 288 Declan Lynch M M 00:29:33 00:13:10 00:29:14
236 289 Lucy Lynch F FJ 00:29:33 00:13:10 00:29:15
237 27 Carina Davidson F FO 00:29:38 00:13:18 00:29:21
238 21 Christine Mc Cann F F55 00:29:59 00:13:15 00:29:45
239 94 Louise O Loughlin F FO 00:30:31 00:13:22 00:30:21
240 228 Deborah Willis F F45 00:30:37 00:13:25 00:30:31
241 56 Ciara Fitzpatrick F FO 00:31:17 00:15:02 00:30:57
242 6 Barbara Egan F F45 00:31:35 00:13:35 00:31:19
243 7 James Egan M M45 00:31:35 00:13:35 00:31:20
244 29 Gary McGuire M M45 00:33:03 00:14:58 00:32:42
245 28 Eileen Martin F F45 00:33:04 00:14:58 00:32:43
246 19 Jane Fahey F FO 00:33:16 00:15:05 00:33:00
247 79 Nickie Rowley F F40 Forget The Gym 00:33:23 00:14:59 00:33:05
248 90 Muireann Foynes F FO 00:33:50 00:15:03 00:33:30
249 13 Miriam Finan F F40 00:34:53 00:15:35 00:34:40
250 14 Barbara Manton F F40 00:34:53 00:15:35 00:34:40
251 87 Michael Doyle M MO 00:35:40 00:32:00
252 88 Sarah Gorey F FO 00:35:40 00:32:01
253 104 Nadine Heraghty F FO 00:35:42 00:35:23
254 148 Paddy O Connor M MO 00:36:03 00:16:05 00:35:39
255 199 Jim Nolan M M65 00:37:12 00:16:12 00:36:56
256 303 Anne McGuire F F 00:38:28 00:38:08
257 304 Bronagh Kenny F F 00:38:28 00:38:08
258 248 Sheila Chuinneagain F F50 00:40:19 00:39:59
259 160 Seamus O Midheach M M55 00:40:26 00:40:04
260 42 Yvonne Lappin F FO 00:41:21 00:40:59
261 43 Stephen Lappin M M35 00:41:21 00:40:59

 

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Clonliffe 2016 Winter Olympics squad in training

The Christmas season kicked off today as the U/15 and U/16 girls and boys squads had their Christmas outing at the RDS Ice Skating Rink. Clearly the 2016 Winter Olympic Games are now a real possibility for some of these athletes. As expected the girls took to the ice like real professionals from the off and completed a fall free session. The same couldn`t be said of the boys although in fairness star of the show Sean Carrig in particular has a great future as a speed skater, while Thomas Ward showed great poise and grace and maybe Ireland`s potential figure skating gold medalist in 2016!

Sergiu named as Harrier of the year at Club Awards Night

The third annual Clonliffe Harriers Athletes awards night took place in the club bar last night, December 13th with a great turnout of club members. It was a night where Clonliffe celebrated the achievements of our athletes throughout the course of 2012.

The night commenced with presentations being made to athletes who had set new club track and field records in the 2012 track season. There were no less than fourteen new club records set this year by seven different athletes. The most prolific record breakers in 2012 were Brian Gregan who pulverised the 400m record on no less than three occasions subsequently lowering the mark to a world class 45.61 and Matt Field over the 110h. Presentations were made to the following athletes who set club records:

Tomas Rauktys – Discus 54.97m

Caoimhe Morris – Hammer 38.74 and Discus (twice) 32.69

Brian Gregan – 400m (three times) 45.61

Becky Woods – 3000 SC 11.28.09

Denise Byrne – Javelin 41.71

Matt Field – 110h (three times) 14.44

Sara McCormack – 5000m (twice) 15.49.03

Presentations were then made to the following athletes who had won National Senior Track and Field titles:

Tomas Rauktys – Discus

David Donegan – Pole Vault (his fifteenth indoor and outdoor National title)

David Flynn – 3000m SC

Ladies Captain Pamela Cooper then made presentations to the Women’s Dublin Senior Cross Country team who had placed 3rd and to the Women’s National Marathon team who had also finished 3rd .Sinead Duffy 2nd place in the Dublin County Marathon Championship O/45.

The awards for athletes of the year were made as follows:

Junior athlete of the year: – All Ireland Schools 5000m bronze, National Junior 5000m silver, National U/19 1500m gold, 1st in Dublin Junior Cross Country, 2nd in National Junior Intercounty and represented Ireland in European Cross Country Championships – Ian Guiden

Master athlete of the year – winner of National Masters 200m and 400m – Geraldine Reilly.

Women’s Track and Field athlete of the year – in setting two 5000m PBs, firstly 16.19.83 and then in August reducing that to a new club record of 15.49 and winner of the British Universities 10,000m Championship – Sara McCormack.

Men’s Track and Field athlete of the year – a superb season winning international races and then qualification for European Championships, in the European Championships he produced thrilling performances over 400 metres running a PB and qualifying for the final where injury prevented him from winning bronze, at the Morton Games he won the 400 from an international field setting another PB and club record of 45.61 and then that never to be forgotten National League final winning the 400m, 2nd in the 100m and then winning a fifth National title for Clonliffe in the 4 x 400m – Brian Gregan.

Women’s Road/Cross Country athlete of the year – 3rd in National 10,000m Road Championships, 3rd in National Intercounty Cross Country, 9th in World Mountain Running Championship and winner of European Cross Country team gold in Budapest – Sara McCormack.

Men’s Road/Cross Country athlete of the year – winner of National 10,000m Road Championship, torch bearer in Dublin of the Olympic flame and in 2012 became an Olympian competing in the London Olympic Marathon – Mark Kenneally.

The Clonliffe Harrier of the year: An athlete who missed out on qualification for the Olympic Marathon by a margin of 1 second per mile, 2nd in National Senior Cross County, 2nd in National Half Marathon, 4th in National Marathon and then six days later competed in the Dublin Senior Cross Country Championship epitomising what club spirit and being a Clonliffe Harrier is all about – Sergiu Ciobanu.

A special presentation was then made by the President Paddy Marley to Frank Behan. The Colonel has been a member of the club for more years than anyone can care to remember, he is always available to help out in the hosting of any event by the club and in 2012 successfully completed his 32nd Dublin City Marathon and also won National O/70 National Marathon gold.

The President then made special presentation of Clonliffe gold medals to firstly James Nolan to mark his achievement and by way of appreciation of his role as manager of the Irish Paralympics team in London 2012. A Clonliffe gold medal was then presented to Mark Kenneally by way of acknowledgement of him becoming an Olympian in London 2012 and to Alistair Cragg, collected on his behalf by Joe Cooper, by way of acknowledgement of him having competed in three successive Olympic Games. Alistair had sent a message to the club: “Thanking the Clonliffe family for this award. You have always been my home when I’m back in Ireland and I am honoured to accept this award, logistically I am not able to make it back to Ireland and Joe is the perfect fit to accept the award on my behalf. Thanks a million”.

This brought to a fitting end an excellent night thoroughly enjoyed by all in attendance.

Finally Clonliffe would like to acknowledge and thank sincerely Loki Sports for their very generous sponsorship of the Clonliffe Athletics Awards for this third successive year.

Mid Week results from Alsaa and Raheny

On Tuesday night Tom Frayne ran a mile PB of 5.02 in the Alsaa Winter Series. Tom has being steadly lowering his mile pb from 5.08 to 5.05 and now 5.02. Sub 5 next?

At light night`s Raheny winter series, a 3 mile road race,  Louise Reilly had another good run following on her good 2 mile time of two weeks back, placing 8th over all and 1st woman in 17.54. Maurice McCrohan was 2 places back in 10th (18.12)

Budapest Golden Weekend for Irish Athletics

A truly magnificent weekend for Irish athletics at the European Cross Country Championships, Budapest 2012 as Fionnuala Britton (Kilcoole AC) became the first athlete to retain the senior women’s European Cross Country title with a simply superb performance and minutes later confirmation that the team gold was also delivered, Linda Byrne (DSD) 8th, Ava Hutchinson (DSD) 20th, Lizzie Lee (Leevale) 23rd, our own Sara McCormack 36th and Sarah Louise Treacy 42nd.

Little did we suspect the golden weekend that was in store as the weekend got off to a bad start at Dublin airport at lunchtime on Friday with the announcement that due to a technical fault (possibly a fire as the rumour mill suggested) at Budapest Airport that our flight would be diverted to Vienna. The good news was we were on our way and would get to Budapest, however, the bad news was that the team and the motley crew of supporters would then face a three hour bus journey from Vienna to Budapest.

It was late when all arrived in Budapest, depending on which coach one was in the arrival time in Budapest was between 11.30 p.m. and 1.30 a.m. It was freezing cold but Budapest itself seemed to be virtually snow free. The next morning being the true athletics people that we are a Clonliffe foursome of Joe Cooper, Gerry Carr, Johnny O’Leary and me decided that we would head out to inspect the course. The venue for the cross country was outside of Budapest in the town of Szentendre. This was easily reached by public transport! A suburban train, which was a throwback to the old Eastern Block days, and as the train left Budapest it became clear that there was snowy conditions ahead, this was then followed by a scenic (not quite) walk in sub zero temperatures from the train station into the town looking for directions – pretty difficult when one’s Hungarian consists of ‘goulash’ and the local’s English was almost as bad, matters were further complicated by reason of the fact that although we knew the race was taking place in a place called Skanzen at an agricultural museum park the locals who did speak English insisted that the agricultural park was closed for the winter and would not re-open until the Spring. Eventually a taxi brought us to the venue – it wasn’t closed until Spring!

The venue itself was somewhat surreal, the course being reminiscent of the course for the Cinque Mulini in Milan where Clonliffe visited for the European Club’s Cross Country a few years back, some half of the lap wound its way through farm buildings, out buildings, a pen of sheep and through a barn. There was a long testing drag, certainly it tested us as we walked! And on the outer side of the course the course careered down a fairly steep hill, did a short loop and then came back up the same sharp hill. A pretty tough course, and oh by the way the course was covered by compact snow. By the way did I also mention that the temperature at this stage was –5.

Sunday morning bright and early we headed to the venue. The crowd at these Championships was very small but fifty percent of the crowd was made up of supporters of Ireland and Great Britain/Northern Ireland including our old friends from East Kilbride AC sporting their kilts and despite the freezing temperatures confirmed the myth that the Scots do not wear anything under their kilts. Hardy men indeed.

The first race of the day was the junior women’s race where the top Irish finisher was Sarah Collins (Finn Valley) in 31st place with Siofra Cleirigh-Buttner (DSD) 36th, Mary Mulhare (Portlaoise) 41st, Claire McCarthy (DSD) 68th and Linda Conroy (Mullingar) 70th. A solid enough performance from the Irish girls resulting in them finishing in 8th place.

The junior men’s team featured the first Clonliffe interest of the day with Ian Guiden running on the Irish junior team which unfortunately was now reduced to four as on doctor’s orders Sean Tobin (Clonmel) was withdrawn from the race due to Illness. On the first of the short laps Stephen Kerr (Armagh AC) and Ian got fairly good starts and were in very good positions very well up, however, 400 metres later disaster struck the Clonliffe man as he hit the ground hard with three other runners, a fall from which he never recovered finding himself at the rear of the field and completely unable to make any impression eventually finishing a very disappointed young athlete in 107th place. Stephen Kerr had an excellent run finishing in 37th place, likewise Eoghan Totten (Newcastle AC) ran very well to be 61st and Killian Mooney (DSD) was 89th. The team due to bad luck finished way down and were 18th overall.

There was no Irish team in the women’s U/23 race but the two athletes running in that race ran well. Laura Behan (KCH) 54th with Una Britton (Kilcoole) 58th.

In the men’s U/23 race the Clonliffe supporters looked forward to seeking Dave Fitzmaurice as Fitzie was running in his second U/23 Europeans. A pretty solid run from Fitzie as he was the third Irish scorer in 76th place. A very good run from John Travers (Donore) in this race as he moved himself steadily through the field after holding back at the start to finish in 44th place. Other Irish: Patrick Hogan (Ferrybank) 52nd, Sam Mealy (Crusaders) 80th, Chris Johnston (Letterkenny) 86th.

Next up was the eagerly anticipated senior women’s race. The smart money was on Fionnuala medaling but what colour? It was clear, however, that once proceedings got underway that Fionnuala was in control always running at the front of the field and looking relaxed over the earlier short laps through the farm buildings. As the field spread out Fionnuala was at the front of proceedings but never opening a gap and always with an athlete or two on her tail. The fancied Portuguese Felix who had been tracking Fionnuala in the early stages then fell off the pack back to maybe 5th, surely she was now spent and was no longer a feature? With one to go Fionnuala was in control as she opened a small gap, however, out of nowhere the Portuguese athlete was back and was hunting down her diminutive Irish prey. Fionnuala roared on by the Irish who were all over the course continued to open a small gap, the field disappeared into the farm buildings and out of view, we watched the big screen and kept an eye on the finish straight. After what seemed like an age eventually the athletes appeared in view heading towards the finishing straight. The gap was coming down as Felix got closer and closer, however, the Wicklow girl held her nerve to retain her European crown by a margin of two points. Immediately we were jumping up and down in a tight knit circle chanting ‘championies championies ole ole ole’.

Linda Byrne was having the race of her life as she was in a top ten position, over the last lap she had turned at from 10th to 8th setting the foundations for an Irish medal winning performance, the commentator had on the last lap suggested that we were in 3rd place, at the finish he was suggesting we were 1st, however, with France’s final runner still to finish, could we be pipped or could the impossible happen. The final French runner crossed the line, the result flashed up – Ireland a win by one point. Cheers and tears!

In fact the result flashed on screen was slightly wrong as Ireland tied with France but won on count back. Next rush over to the presentation area, ignore European Athletics ‘clean area’ for presentation as the Irish support gate-crashed the presentation, needless to say one Harry Gorman got himself into the correct position for the TV cameras!

Amhrán na bhFiann played at an international athletics event not once but twice in five minutes. On the winners podium not only an Irish team but, and on the first time ever in which a Clonliffe athlete ran in the senior women’s race, she, Sara McCormack had a gold medal around her neck. More cheers and tears.

The men’s championship was won by Italian Andrea Lalli as he took a very comfortable win to complete a unique European hat trick – individual winner of the junior men, U/23 men and now senior men’s championship. From the Irish athletes Brendan O’Neill (DSD) had an excellent race finishing 22nd, at one stage O’Neill was as high as 11th place and his brave run was rewarded with a superb senior debut. Joe Sweeney (DSD) was 27th, Dave Rooney (Raheny) 38th, Michael Mulhare (Portloaise) 44th, Sean Hehir (Rathfarnham) 52nd and Brian Maher (KCH) 73rd. The Irish team finished 7th overall, team winners were Spain from Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Italy.

By the end of championships the temperatures had risen from –5 to a balmy –2. Some hot food and maybe a warming beverage were the order of the day, the happy band of Irish troops retired to Beckett’s in Central Budapest where the gathering Irish support including fellow Clonliffe Harriers Padraig Keane and Noreen Keane analysed and celebrated the achievements, watched football on television, had some drink until long into the night and then witnessed Padraig Keane’s audition for the part of a Budapest sports quiz master.

In all a superb golden weekend that will live long in the memory.

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Clonliffe U/15 Boys win National Cross Country Title

Clonliffe’s U/15 boys were crowned national champions after a stunning win in Adamstown, Co. Wexford on Sunday December 9th. The team headed to Wexford having finished 2nd in the Dublin Cross Country and whilst it was always felt that the lads were more than capable of a medal winning performance to take gold was frankly stunning. The foundations of the win came courtesy of a fantastic run from Adam O’Brien who found the conditions to his liking as he finished in excellent 4th place. Next in came Paddy O’Hanlon with his best race of the year, and what a place to pull one out of the bag, as he finished in 28th place. Another two top class runs then from David O’Hanlon 34th and running his first national Kevin McKenna 37th,  forth  scorer. Sean Carrig had another excellent run finishing in 41st position and young Joseph Hession ran exceptionally well to finish in 67th place, Joseph is an U/14 athlete, in fact he is the Dublin U/14 champion, and was at a major disadvantage in running against athletes a year older than him.

With the hiccup in the results system the result was not known on Sunday. Some of the Clonliffe lads actually headed back to Dublin believe it or believe it not feeling a little disappointed with their individual runs. That disappointment has now changed to elation as it was announced yesterday that the Clonliffe boys are the All Ireland champions on 103 points from DSD on 113 and Beechmount Harriers 116 points.

The juvenile championships were followed then by the National Novice. The Clonliffe men’s team was severely weakened with three of the four scorers who won the Dublin title suffering from injuries and illness. There was, however, a very good run from Fintan Doherty who finished in 47th place leading home Ernie Ramsey 62nd, Clive Ahern 82 and Noumir Bouzain 91st as the team placed 9th on a total of 282 points. The novice title was won by Finn Valley AC from Leevale AC and Togher AC. Other Clonliffe results from a huge field of 193 finishers: Tom Sherlock 95th, Darren Cullen 128th, Tom Frayne 132nd, Johnny Bradley Ward 140th, Joe Phipps 143rd, Conor Keane 145th.

The sole novice woman from the club in Adamstown was Orna McGinley in 54th place.

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