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Roads: Maunsell, Shaughnessy tops at Irish Runner ‘5’

Clonmel’s Kevin Maunsell was a comfortable winner of the 15th Irish Runner 56-Mile, held on a gloriously sunny morning in the Phoenix Park. Maunsell, winner of the Ballycotton ’10’ last March,  came home in 24 mins 18 secs, with Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir eleven seconds adrift for second. For third place, John Coghlan of MSB beat  […]

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Deja vu at Terenure 5-Mile. TT Racers tops at Wicklow Way Relay

For a second year, regular Irish visitor Peter Brandon Somba had a narrow victory at the annual Terenure 5-mile in Dublin beating  Raheny marathon man Mick Clohisey – only just back in training after the London Marathon last month –  by two seconds. Somba was timed at 24 mins 8 secs – over half a […]

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National 10k titles for Mark Christie and Kerry O’Flaherty (Results Updated)

Mark Christie of Mullingar Harriers and Newcastle’s Kerry O’Flaherty were the winners at the National 10k, held in Dublin’s Phoenix Park in conjunction with the Great Ireland Run. In the men’s race, Christie was also the overall winner  of  the race  in 29 mins 30 secs, beating British guest Graham Rush who finished in 29:41. […]

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Maher and Mulhare Win in Portlaoise. McKinstry, Graham tops at Larne “Half”

Kilkenny’s Brian Maher won yesterday’s Streets of Portlaoise St Patrick’s Day 5km with his time of 15 mins 2 secs putting him seven seconds clear of William Maunsell from Clonmel. Mary Mulhare  made it a home win in the women’s race, finishing in 17 mins 58 secs and beating Michelle Cox of Newbridge. AT TODAY’S […]

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Clohisey, O’Doherty on top in 40th Ballycotton 10. Diver runs 2:31.37 marathon (updated)

  Mick Clohisey of Raheny Sharmock was a clear winner of the 40th Ballycotton 10, beating five times winner Sergiu Ciobanu of Clonliffe. Both men broke 50 minutes, as did Kevin Maunsell of Clonmel. Siobhan O’Doherty of Borrisokane won the women’s race in 58 mins 9 secs. Conditions were sunny but windy on the way […]

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Round-up: Clohisey 10th at European Clubs. Records fall at Indoor Games

Mick Clohisey, representing Irish champions Raheny Shamrock, finished 10th in the senior men’s race at the European Clubs Cross-Country Championships in Albufeira, Portugal today. Clohisey, cheered on by a large group of supporters, clocked a time of 30 mins 40 secs for the twisty, sandy 9.7km course, putting him 37 seconds behind the winner Yemaneberhan […]

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Fifth win for Clohisey in Fields of Athenry; course record for Shaughnessy

Race favourite Mick Clohisey of Raheny Shamrock lived up to his pre-race billing when he won the Fields of Athenry 10km for a fifth consecutive year earlier today. That equals Gary Thornton’s record of five wins in the race. Clohisey was out on his own for much of the race and finished in an untroubled […]

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DSD and Clonliffe retain League titles. Ciobanu, O’Doherty win Streets of Galway. Celtics

DSD and Clonliffe duly lived up to expectations when they retained their titles at the Glo Health All ireland Track and Field League final in a blustery and chilly Tullamore. For the Dundrum South Dublin women, it was a sixth consecutive title and a tenth overall. Despite missing some of their big names, DSD still […]

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Roads: Freddy Sittuk Wins Samsung Night Run; record for Bidwell

FREDDY KERON SITTUK of Raheny Shamrock won the Samsung Night run 10km  in 31 mins 29 secs. Just a second behind was last year’s winner Peter Brandon Somba, while third was DSD’s international mountain runner Killian Mooney in 32 mins 3 secs, beating Lezan Kimutai, a regular visitor to Ireland for over a decade now. […]

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Round-Up: Fagan and Connolly win Bewley’s Trim ’10’; Everard, Mooney Qualify. Euro Clubs.

Martin Fagan of Mullingar won the inaugural Bewley’s 10-Mile in Trim this morning. Fagan’s time of 48 mins 23 secs put him almost three minutes ahead of Clonliffe’s Gary O’Hanlon, with Tudor Moldovan, also Clonliffe third. Breege Connolly of North Belfast Harriers was first woman in a personal best time of 57 mins 31 secs, […]

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