David Flynn just home from the States warmed up for tomorrow`s Ballycotton 10 with a jog in Dublin`s Phoenix Park this morning where he placed 2nd in the Lust for Life 10k in 32.34. Also running was Stephen Trecey 41.49.
In the latest BHAA race the AIB/NUI Maynooth Cross Country in the 4 mile Tom Sherlock was 7th (22.21) with Sean Doran 13th (23.11) and in the 2 mile Bernadette Kiernan was 3rd (12.25)
Sunday and Flynner took to the road for the Ballycotton 10 Mile where he finished in 8th position (53.04), also once again making the trip to County Cork was Alan Worall who ran 67.06.
Also on Sunday David Brady was 6th in the Carlingford Half Marathon on a hilly course in windy conditions in 79.31 with Ernie Ramsey running 82.30.
Finally some late news
Sorry late news from weekend: Declan power completed the Paris Half Marathon on a very cold, crisp Sunday morning finishing in 35th place in 72:27, with over 47,000 entrants, it’s a huge event in its own right – and now the third largest Half Marathon in the world (after Great North Run and Gothenburg). Starting and ending at Chateau de Vincennes, the route took in well known landmarks including the Place de la Bastille and Notre Dame Cathedral. The honorary guest this year was Halie Gebreselassie.