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Doran wins ALSAA XC

Sean Doran took the win in the latest BHAA cross country race in ALSAA this morning over 5 miles. Dave Brady was 11th and Maurice McCrohan 56th.

It’s the late late weekend round up

With apologies for the delay, the round up from last weekend. Starting off overseas on Sunday the 19th Eoin Pierce continued his good early season form with a 2nd place finish in the BMC Indoor Meet in Cardiff in 3.49.86. Also on Sunday  Liam Roarty ran for Morpeth at the Birtley XC Relays on the final of 3 legs. A fine debut on the country for his English club by Liam saw him secure Bronze for the Morpeth B team. Further afield Hope Saunders now back in the US had her first outing of the indoor season for Wichita State placed 3rd in the home race over a mile (5.24.67).

Finally in the latest BHAA Cross Country Sean Doran was 2nd for the 2nd successive race in the Eir 5 mile XC in 26.16.

(Pictured: Liam Roarty with Jim Alder, 1966 Commonwealth Gold Medalist)

 

Doran wins BHAA 5k

Sean Doran was victorious in last night’s BHAA race, the Pfizer 5k road race in Grange Castle in 15.36. Full results now on www.bhaa.ie

Sean Doran awarded BHAA athlete of the year

Stephen Bateson reports: Sean Doran was awarded BHAA athlete of the year sponsored by RTE in Irishtown on Wednesday 10 July on the same night as he won the DCC Summer 5 k in a time of 15.51.

Doran wins BHAA 5k in style (Update)

Sean Doran put in a hugely impressive run in tonight’s BHAA 5k road race held in the BMS campus in Ballycollen, Blanchardstown. On a flat fast 2.5 lap course he pulverized the field from half way opening a gap of some 30 seconds winning in an excellent 15.14.

Maurice McCrohan 19.16. A fine run also tonight by Laura Tuite  well and truly on the way back 4th woman in 19.41. Ciara Peelo 20.14.

Round up: Doran wins BHAA 4 miler, plus more

Yesterday’s BHAA 4 mile road race in St. Anne’s Park was won by Sean Doran in 20.57. Tom Sherlock was 4th in 21.24. Full results available on bhaa.ie

Today Sunday the 31st and Sean Doran was racing again placing 13th in the Eirgrid Dunboyne 10k in 32.34. Also running was Clonliffe  coach Stephen Bateson 42.40.

Also in the states over the weekend Brian Flanagan was 6th in the 300sc for mcNeese College in 9.20.15 in Austin, Texas.

Clonliffe storm Duleek plus round up

The Clonliffe Junior Men well and truly stormed the Duleek and District 5k road race today. The junior squad as part of their preparation for the All-Ireland schools cross country in two weeks time travel the short distance to the small North County Meath town of Duleek for the annual 5k. From the gun Efrem Gidey sat in behind Dunshaughlin AC`s Thomas Moran as these two opened a lead on the pack led by Ben Guiden. At 3k Efrem upped the pace to leave Moran behind and came home in 14.41. With Ben  holding 3rd in a Clonliffe sprint for the line  in 15.46,  a PB, from Aaron Cullen, also in a PB of 15.47 these three took the Clonliffe team to a comfortable win. Sean Doran who some 24 hours earlier had won the BHAA cross-country race in Maynooth came through the field very well today to finish 5th in 15.50. Stephen Cashin was 10th in 16.29, Daniel Lacey, coming back nicely from injury 12th in 16.45 and Thomas Balthazar was 21st in 17.36.

It is also great to report that Becky Woods made a return to road racing to finish second lady in 17.45. Becky has lately been concentrating on the triathlon and today was her first road race in possibly 3 or so years. Also racing today was another trio of Clonliffe ladies: Emma Cooper who finished in a time of 20.04 to finish a 11 woman and 4th F40, Emer Brennan 92nd overall in 21.25 and 9th woman and Kerri Page 21.49, 100th overall and 24th woman.

Further afield David Flynn ran 67.47 in the Napoli Half Marathon as part of his ongoing preparations for the Rotterdam marathon later in the spring.

As mentioned earlier yesterday saw the latest round of the BHA a cross-country the AIB/NUI 4 mile cross-country race in Maynooth. Sean Doran made it a second successive BHAA win in a time of 20.56 with Thomas Sherlock second 21.04.

Also yesterday Liam Roarty had a very good run in the English National Cross Country over 12,000m held at Harewood House, Leeds placing 267th of 2000 plus finishers in 49.12.

 

Clonliffe BHAA 1, 2, 3 !

Today’s latest BHAA cross country race took place very close to HQ. ALSAA at Dublin Airport over 5 miles. Sean Doran took an excellent win in 27.33 leading a Clonliffe one two three as he was followed in by Eoin Taggart 27.52 in 2nd and Tom Sherlock 3rd in 27.54. Also in 20th David Brady 30.28 (full results on bhaa.ie)

 

Weekend round up

An incredibly busy weekend all round. In addition to the action in Portugal, Abbotstown for Indoor Games and the cross country in Dundalk Clonliffe athletes took in races around the country. David Flynn after his brilliant half marathon pb last weekend ran 49.53 in yesterday’s John Treacy 10 mile in Dungarven placing 2nd.

Also over 10 mile in Trim yesterday: Mick Bermingham 67.09, Mary Ketterer 72.28, Anne Lyons 77.01, Jason Blake 78.20, Imelda Kavanagh 84.37, Evelyn Brennan 81.03.

On Saturday in the BHAA cross country Sean Doran warmed up for the following day’s National Intermediates with a 4th place 22.11 with Thomas Sherlock 5th 22.19.

Seconds out. Round up! (updated)

Round up: On the country this weekend it was second places all round for Clonliffe athletes. Sean Doran was 2nd twice, at yesterday’s BHAA in Tymon Park over 6000m and again today at the Leinster Intermediate Cross Country over 8000m in Gowran, Co.Kilkenny. 2nd place also today for Martin Treacy in the Leinster M60 xc.

Also on Saturday the 12th Jayme Rossister was in action on the country in the Birmingham & District League race at Abington Park, Northampton, finishing 5th.

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