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Galway 5k Series - Leg 4 - Claregalway

After the thunder, lightning & stormy showers died down early in the evening, leg four of this years series was held in a wet Claregalway on Tuesday last with over 570 runners braving the elements for another PB attempt.

Galway City Harriers continued their dominance of the series again this week with first two men home, Owen Byrne & Conor Dolan, followed up by Timmy Glavey of Mayo AC whilst the first two women home remained unchanged again with Regina Casey first home followed by Jane Ann Healy. Collette Touhy of Mayo AC was third woman home.

Roundstone Bay 8K 2014

A crowd of almost 200 runners took to the start line for the RNLI Roundstone Bay 8K in Connemara on Saturday. The rain held off for the duration of the race and a small breeze along the course ensured none of the participants overheated as they wove along the scenic coastal roads that are a feature of the event.
 

Weekend Round Up

There were some great times posted yesterday in the River Moy Half Marathon in Ballina with a handful of PB's in the process.

Ray Somers was 5th person home with a new personal best of 1.18.44 with Mick Duane narrowly missing out on the sub 90mins with a 1.31.33. Mairead Sullivan & Maria Lambe also ran PB's with 1.37.26 & 1.39.39 respectivetly to give them 7th & 11th women home. Noreen Cooley ran a 2.07.38 with Maria Hehir a 2.10.37.

Galway 5k Series - Athenry

A huge crowd of 699 finished this evenings opening leg of the 2014 Galway 5k Series in Athenry in perfect running conditions.

Galway City Harriers had the first three runners home with John Greaney taking the win in a time of 16.13. Regina Casey, also of GCH, was first female home in a time of 18.11.

Results located at http://www.redtagtiming.com/results/Galway5kmSeries2014_1_Athenry.pdf

Colemanstown 10KM Result and Report

As always there was a large club turnout for the annual Colemanstown 10k on Saturday. Known for its flat & fast course, the windy weather kept the fast times away last year but there was no such problems this time around with summer-like conditions on offer.

34 members completed the course with Jane Ann Healy (Meehan) taking the honours in the womans race in a time of 38.51 whilst Ray Somers was third man home in a time of 36.24, the fastest 10k time posted by a member this year. Owen Byrne of Galway City Harriers took the win in the mens race.

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