With considerable thanks to Killian Lonergan we bring you the Clonliffe stats of the National Road Relays since they found their permanent home in the Raheny village. This makes a most interesting read and put into perspective the fine effort the team put in on Sunday. The team actually ran the third fastest ever road relay by a Clonliffe team. On an individual basis it is noteworthy that Cathal Doyle’s mile leg of 4.17 was the fastest ever mile leg recorded by a Clonliffe Harrier. Colm Rooney’s 2 mile leg was only one second slower than his fastest ever 2 mile leg. Ian Guiden’s 3 mile leg was the 4th fastest ever recorded by a Clonliffe athlete. Ian also now joins Connor Healy on the most ‘capped’ list in the road relays having turned out for 6th occasion for the club last Sunday.
Click on attachment: R-Relays
(Cathal Doyle on the way to a 4.17 Clonliffe Mile record leg)