A memory from yesteryear on this last Monday of January. All will be aware of the heady days of theContinue reading
Monday memory: The Pre Olympic 2012 Morton Games
This evening with eyes very much on the Tokyo Olympic Games we take a brief glimpse back at the 2012Continue reading
Monday Memory: Paddy Marley Leader of Men
As Team Ireland has just announced the selection of athletes for the Tokyo Olympics today we look back at aContinue reading
Monday Memories: 1986 The Year of Our Mary!
This morning we go back to 1986, which not only heralded the 100th birthday of Clonliffe Harriers but the arrivalContinue reading
Monday Memories: One Hour All Comers Record 1962
Dominic Branigan takes us back this morning almost 59 years to the day. Sunday May 6th 1962 a new IrishContinue reading
Monday Memories: The Hell Drivers!
Today’s Monday memory is another chapter in the bizarre history of Morton Stadium/Clonliffe Harriers. If you were amazed by theContinue reading
Monday Memories: The 1899 Clonliffe 2
This morning Dominic Branigan brings us right back all of 123 years ago to a simpler time, December 1899 andContinue reading
Monday Memories: Santry Stadium bombed!
Yes, you’ve read that correctly! Only a year after the official opening of the Clonliffe Harriers Stadium in Santry theContinue reading
The best of times, the worst of times: Declan Power
Lost in the Kingdom. “Can you tell me how to get to Tralee?” While there are a handful races thatContinue reading
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times: Noel Guiden
Back in the day I was a runner, I was never good enough to be considered, even in my ownContinue reading