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Round-Up: Somba Wins Terenure 5 at sprint. ‘Chase Record for Treacy. McCambridge disappointment

Regular Irish visitor Peter Brandon Somba had a narrow victory at the annual Terenure 5-mile in Dublin beating  Raheny’s Mick Clohisey  by a single second. Somba was timed at 23 mins 33 secs and Clohisey at 23 mins 34 secs on a perfect day for running – sunny, but not too warm. Third was Clonliffe’s […]

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Road Relays: Raheny Smashes Men’s Record; Leevale Retain Women’s Title. Plus round-up

Home team Raheny Shamrock won the men’s senior title in a new record time at the Glo Health National Road Relays. First off for the team was Mark Kirwan who clocked a time of 9 mins 27 secs for the opening two-mile leg. He handed over to Kieran Kelly who ran 4 mins 22 secs […]

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Masters: First titles for McGlynn, McKinney; record 10th for Parnell. Results added.

Anne Marie McGlynn made a sparkling masters’ debut when she ran away with the women’s 6km at the British and Irish Masters Cross-Country International in Santry today (Sat). With her Letterkenny club-mates Natasha Adams and Fionnuala Diver second and fourth, McGlynn was also leading the Irish W35 team to a resounding victory. Second overall and […]

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Ciobanu Sprints to Frank Duffy ’10’ win. McCambridge first woman. Plus results round-up

In a thrilling finish to the SSE Airtricity Frank Duffy 10 Mile, Clonliffe’s  Sergiu Ciobanu just held off the challenge of Thomas Fitzpatrick from Tallaght for victory. The pair were given an identical time of  49 mins 18 secs.  Third was Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir in 50 mins 6 secs. First woman by some way was […]

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Speedy Sexton Stars at Irish Masters T-F

Some impressive performances at the Woodie’s DIY National Masters in Tullamore despite a series of heavy showers that forced delays and hindered athletes competing in the more technical events. On the track, Roger Sexton of North Down proved fastest of the day in the men’s 200m, clocking a time of 23.66 that gave him M40 […]

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