St Johns Juveniles and Senior 5k Road Races at Doonbeg - Results

1. Thomas Garrahy Kilmurry Ibrickane/North Clare 16 : 40
2. Ronan Pyne Marian 16 : 52
3. Micheal Keane Ennis Track 16 : 58
4. Darragh Rennicks Bohermeen Jnr. 17 : 14
5. Gerry Madden West Limerick 17 : 21
6. Terry Hennessy St Cronans 17 : 32
7. Ambrose Heagney Kilnaboy O/45 17 : 41
8. James Kenny Kilmurry Ibrickane/North Clare O/45 17 : 49
9. Martin Clancy Kilmurry Ibrickane/North Clare O/40 18 : 14
10. Tom Mackey Kilmurry Ibrickane/North Clare O/50` 18 : 20
11. Michael Quinlivan Tulla O/45 18 : 42

Results of the Swinford 5 Miler - 5th August 2007

Posn. No. Time Name Category
1 159 25.40 Colin Merritt Senior Men
2 123 25.49 Robert Malseed Senior Men
3 212 26.42 Gary Higgins Senior Men
4 127 26.53 Paddy Murray Male O 40
5 144 27.12 Martin Corcoran Male O 40
6 151 27.23 John Byrne Senior Men
7 133 28.03 Michael O'Connell Male O 40
8 194 28.07 Billy Gallagher Male O 50
9 150 28.09 Joe Dawson Senior Men
10 147 28.55 Darragh O'Brien Senior Men
11 199 29.05 Anthony Devaney Senior Men
12 170 29.08 Timie Glavey Senior Men
13 161 29.09 Stephen Finnegan Male O 40
14 124 29.27 Thomas Neville Male O 40

Last Call For Breakfast!

There are still some places left for the Connemara Breakfast Run which will take place next Saturday the 18th of August. Number pickup is at the Connemara Gateway Hotel in Oughterard and participants will be transported to the race start in Maum village by bus from there. As the race is scheduled to start at 10:00am entrants should aim to be in Oughterard by 09:15am at the latest. After the race has been run it's all back to the hotel in Oughterard for a hearty breakfast.

Full race details available here:- http://www.athenryac.com/announcing-connemara-breakfast-run.

Big Turnout For The 'Streets'

A small groups of the Athenry AC runners who competed last Saturday.

GCH produced another cracking race in Galway last Saturday night when seemingly every person west of the Shannon in possession of a pair of running shoes took to the roads for the Future ‘Streets of Galway’. As one GCH stalwart put it to me on the evening, it was a perfect night for running if not for working on the race. A gentle summer rain cooled the runners as they prepared for their annual test around the City of the Tribes. As usual the atmosphere was brilliant as old friendships were renewed and new acquaintances were made.

John O’Connor – The Westport Whirlwind!

The Whirlwind!

John O’Connor and a small, but select, group of other Athenry members continued an emerging club tradition in some style last Saturday by running a brace of races on the same day. The two races in question were the Coastal Charity Challenge (otherwise known as the Lousiburgh to Westport Half-Marathon) and the Streets of Galway 8K later that same evening.

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