Sunday round up: Clonliffe one, two in Lusk, Karlos Wins in Naas!

There was a great turnout of Clonliffe athletes for the Lusk 4 mile in north Co Dublin this afternoon. Ian Guiden had a gun to flag win in a time of 18.57. Making it a Clonliffe one two was young Sean Cronin, running his longest race to date, in 19.37. Completing a 3rd place finisher in the top 10 was Cathal McHale 9th (20.49). Full Clonliffe results:

1Ian GUIDEN00:18:5700:18:57755MMSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
2Sean CRONIN00:19:3700:19:37429MMSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
9Cathal MCHALE00:20:4900:20:49542MMSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
22Eoin KEATING00:22:2800:22:28769MMSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
27Matt MCGUINNESS00:22:5000:22:51540MM40Clonliffe Harriers A.C.
44Robert DOWLING00:24:0800:24:11637MMSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
63Garrett LOY00:24:4800:24:5470MM40Clonliffe Harriers A.C.
104Peter BISSETT00:26:4700:26:5297MMSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
124Catherine HARVEY00:27:0600:27:19517FFSClonliffe Harriers A.C.
134Stephen DOYLE00:27:2900:27:36422MM40Clonliffe Harriers A.C.
172Rachel EUSTACE00:28:3700:28:44643FF40Clonliffe Harriers A.C.
179Siobhan MCCARTHY00:28:5600:29:04782FF40Clonliffe Harriers A.C.

In the Juvenile Mile race which preceded the 4 miler, Jack Quinn took 2nd place.

Karl Nolan enjoyed a fine win in the Naas Town 10 mile in a time of 54.35. Noel O’Dwyer was 50th in 68.10.

Further afield Cara Curren Beggs ran the Paris half marathon finishing a time of 2:00.35.