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A Harrier races!

With current restrictions hampering most racing opportunities it’s good to report that David Brady raced tonight in Mondello Park, Co. Kildare in the Thursday Club Stagger 10k where he placed 5th in 36.55. It’s also very important to point out that Dave did not breach any Dublin level 3 regulations as he lives outside county Dublin.

Scullion 1st in Down Royal 10k

Stephen Scullion won the post lockdown Down Royal Race Course 10k yesterday in a new course record of 29.13. Later he followed that up with a surprising announcement on Twitter: “Today was my last race, I’ve decided to retire.” He went on to say that he’ll talk about the reasons for his decision at a later time. Stephen has since clarified things and we are delighted to hear will be battling on. It’s a tough time for all at present and we all need to support one another. Stephen and all our athletes have the absolute support of Clonliffe Harriers. Nil desperandum.

During the week Dave Fitzmaurice 6th in a 5000 in the US in 15.00.42

Nolan 1st Clonliffe athlete to race again!

So happy to bring a Clonliffe race result! At this evening`s, yes a race, “Return to Racing” 10k road race at Mondello Park Karl Nolan was 6th in 32.53. With any luch we’ll have more to report soon.

Doran over the moon!

Sean Doran won this morning’s Moone 10k in County Kildare in 32.30, winning by almost one and three quarter minutes.

Emma Mitchell wins Northern Ireland 10k c’ship

Emma Mitchell today won the Northern Ireland 10k Road championships in Bangor, Co. Down in a time of 34.42 on an undulating course. This made it two from two for Emma in the Clonliffe colours!

Emma Mitchell wins Laganside 10k

Newly minted Clonliffe Harrier, International athlete Emma Mitchell in her first outing in the Clonliffe colours today won the Laganside 10k Road Race in Ormeau Park, Belfast. Emma’s time was 33.57, having gone through 5k in 16.20, to place 13th overall.

Roads Round Up

At today`s Duleek 10k Sean Doran placed 2nd in 33.54. Other Clonliffe: Maura Matthews 42.08, Niall Markey 42.46, Ciara Peelo 44.39. Sean Doran also place 3rd in the Carton House 6k on Thursday evening last. On Saturday some of the Clonliffe junior women got in a Park run, Katie Halpin ran 22.04 in Donabate, and Hannah Browne and Aimee Warren 23 mins in st. Anne’s Raheny.

Kenneally comeback continues

Mark Keannelly continues his comeback and build up to the Dublin Marathon at the South Dublin 10k, race 1 in the KBC Marathon Race Series on Sunday the 21st. Kenneally was 4th in 30.03. Other Clonliffe included John Donlon 36.12, David Mullen and Paul Keenan 37.07, same times, Matt McGuinness 37.45. (See Dublin Marathon site for full results)

Round up (extended to Saturday)

Thursday the 27th Clonee 10k David Brady 36.37, Alan Worrall 43.22.

Friday 28th St. Cocas Kilcock 5k 7th Sean Doran 15.18, Stephen Bateson 19.49, Kerri Page 20.29.

Saturday afternoon, the juveniles were in Tullamore where Laimos Norvaisias was 6th in the boys U/12 shot. In the U/13 girls 4 x 100 the team qualified for the final and placed a very credible 6th (The squad: Kate Campbell, Rebecca Walsh, Sarah McDonnell, Ava Usanova, Harriet Kenny)

Saturday evening: the Clonliffe juniors headed Northwards to Dundalk, County Louth for the Paddy Cheshire 5k where Efrem Gidey was 2nd (15.00), Ben Guiden 3rd (16.32) and Stephen Cashin 4th (16.46)



Clonliffe PBs at Belfast IMC plus more

Clonliffe athletes recorded pbs at today’s IMC Belfast meet at a sun drenched Mary Peter’s Track. In the 1500B race junior Aaron Cullen knocked a whopping 3 seconds off his PB recorded at the All Ireland schools at the start of June finishing 3rd in 3.55.69. A PB also for Ian Guiden running his first 1500 in some 6 years 5th in 3.56.33. In the 800 Cathal Doyle also ran a PB 1.52.01. Daniel Stone also ran a PB in the 5000 (15.49.94). A fine run also in his 5000 by Declan Power finishing 4th in 15 56.30.

Also on Saturday morning Sean Carrigg won the River Valley Park Run in 16.21 in a tough course.

Saturday evening the big race was the Michael Manning 10k in Dunshaughlin Clonliffe results: David Mullen 36.37, Ailish Malone 37.59, Scott Crowley 41.11, Stephen Bateson 41.16, Kerri Page 41.50, Emma Harding 42.27, Stephen Tracey 42.48, Ollie Power 44.19, Emer Brennan 46.15, Anthony O’Brien 52.26.

At the Athletics Ireland Games Keith Marks was 3rd in the long jump (7.16) and Leah Bergin was 4th in the 400 in 59.04.


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