until Fields of Athenry 10km 2016

Results of the Galway AAI Primary Schools XC Semi-Finals

See here and attached.   Congrats to all local athletes who have qualified for the finals this Tueday morning in Renmore...

Thanks to all who helped set up the course, steward, marshall and take the results, but especially Mike Tobin (Craughwell AC) who almost single-handedly efficiently dealt with the record number of entries this year, 1463, and finishers, 1378!

Athlone Flatline Half Marathon

Athlone Flatline Marathon Results
Niall Sheehan, Gowran AC 1:10:55
David Mansfield, Clonliffe Harriers 1:11:21
Peter Mooney, Inverse 1:13:51

Pauline Curley, Tullamore Harriers 1:19:50
Nora Newcombe Pieterse, Ballina AC 1:20:24
Michelle McGee, 1:20:44

First Athenry AC Man, Gearoid Rohan 1:19:38 finishing 13th overall
First Athenry AC Woman, Jane Ann Healy 1:20:50 finishing 20th overall

Loughrea AC 'Members Draw' starts this October

Fancy the chance to win a €1,000 euro a month?
Loughrea AC are holding a fundraising draw which will be limited to 300 entrants.  
You can enter this draw by contacting a committee member and signing up to a monthly direct debit of €10 per month for a year or by paying €120 upfront.  The proceeds will go toward the completion of our new multipurpose pitch at our grounds in Bushfield. 
The  first draw will be held on 28 October 2016 and will continue each month for a year.

Club 5KM Championship Result and Report


The 14th annual Athenry AC 5KM Handicap Championship took place last Tuesday, 30 August 2016 around the old 5KM Series loop in Athenry: the figure of 8 starting close to the level crossing and finishing outside the pitch in Raheen.  

Forty five hardy souls toed the line, ably marshalled by Race Director, Brendan Galvin.  There were club marshalls at all the junctions, including a tight spot just after the Raheen Woods where there is building works on-going.  The finish line was very busy too.

Claregalway 10km - 20th August

John O'Connor (c)
217 runners took part in this year's 29th Claregalway 10km, numbers being slightly up on last year. Ten athletes donned the maroon and white club colours, taking on the traditional one lap loop. Weather conditions were described as blustery but remained dry! For the third consecutive year, local man (he lives less than 200 metres from the start of the race) Matt Bidwell of Galway City Harriers claimed victory, while Regina Casey GCH last year's winner, finished second.


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