Stephen Scullion is a confirmed starter in Sunday’s Dublin City Marathon. Scullion leads a very strong Clonliffe Senior Men’s team which will looks odds on to successfully to defend its team marathon title, but of course in a marathon….. Also on the senior men’s team are former national champions Sergiu Ciobanu and Gary O’Hanlon, just back after a period of injury and making his return to the marathon 2012 Olympian, Mark Kenneally, and David Flynn who has been in excellent form this season.
The Clonliffe teams are:
Senior Men: Gary O’Hanlon, David Flynn, Stephen Scullion, Mark Kenneally, Sergiu Ciobanu, Killian Lonergan, Scott Crowley, David Mullen, David Kelly, Conor Keane, Wayne Walker, Paul Walsh, Shane Caffrey, Dave Comiskey.
Men’s M/35 : Alan Worrall, Gareth Loy, Anthony Doran, Stephen Doyle, Michael Devine, Alan Curley, Dermot Faughnan, Trevor Wisdom, Ollie Power, Mark Bermingham, Noel O’Dwyer, Mick Gleeson, Mick McMahon, Steve Barnes, Shane Casey, Stephen Treacy, Darren Horgan, Shane Rooney, Neil Farrell.
Men’s M/50 team: Declan Grant, Kevin Dowling, Colm Leonard, Alan Hughes, Jeremy Chapman, Declan Murray, Maurice McHale, Anthony O’Brien, Dave Lyons, Sean Grimes, Philip Richards.
Senior women: Barabara Sanchez, Marie Howard
Women’s W/35 team: Melissa Curran, Rachel Eustace, Emma Harding, Clodagh Moriarty, Mary Ketterer, Imelda Kavanagh, Janet Reid, Elaine O’Dowd, Aideen O’Connor, Laura Kernan.
Women’s W/50: Sinead Duffy, Evelyn Brennan, Anne Lyons.
(Apologies for any omissions)
Clonliffe wish all our marathon runners the very best of luck on Sunday. A special word also for Frank Behan who on Sunday continues his unbroken streak and takes in his 40th Dublin City Marathon.
Post marathon could you text your name and finishing time to 087 9599 888 or use WhatsApp.