Wednesday, 30 November 2011
SAT DEC 3RD – KILLARNEY 5K
SAT DEC 10TH – WATERFORD HALF MARATHON
SAT DEC 10TH – CLONAKILTY MARATHON AND HALF MARATHON
SUN DEC 11TH – CORK SIMON RUN – 4 MILE – 11AM - NO WATCHES
SAT DEC 17TH – SHANAGARRY 5K – TIME TO BE CONFRIMED
SUN DEC 18TH – NEWMARKET TO KANTURK 5 MILE – 1PM
MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
Monday, 28 November 2011
Midleton AC Senior Section Monday 28th November 2011
After the drama, excitement, pain and exhilaration of the Dublin City Marathon one would think that this column could hang up his pen and take a well-deserved rest with a not -much-to-report on-the running-scene-this-fortnight-folks sign off. However, no sooner had the vaseline dried on the blisters and the hangover cured form the party in the Maple, when it was off to the starting line again with two significant races enticing our athletes. Both were new races and each had a charitable motivation.
The first was the 6-Mile Mount Oval Race organised by the BHAA with proceeds heading in the direction of the Men’s Health Awareness Movember Appeal. Aptly among the category prize winners was our own Seán O’Sullivan although few would have recognised our normally baby-faced Seán as he crossed the line in 41:18 to take bronze in the highly competitive 0-40 category. Looking like a hybrid of Jimmy Hill and Ronny Drew, it is rumoured that Seán is in negotiations to sign a sponsorship deal with Gillette. Less hairy-faced but equally impressive was John Cashman who won silver in the 0-45 with an excellent 40:37. Dan Horgan made it a great day for the health of our male athletes with a third-placed finish in the 0-55. Our ladies too were not to be upstaged with the wonderfully consistent Mary O’Keeffe winning the 0-45 category. Margaret Rohan and Joan McCarthy also gave prize-winning performances in the 0-50 section. Brian Healy and Ned Ramsell had great runs with Stan Byczek, and John O’Connell also enjoying the challenge of the hilly terrain.
Marymount Hospice was the motivation behind the Tramore Valley 5k held last Saturday which was organised by our colleagues in East Cork AC. We had some terrific runs on the day with both Stan Byczek and Matt Chojan beating the 20min barrier finishing in 18:55 and 19:48 respectively. There seems to be no stopping the rise and rise of Anna Doris who again was well placed in the ladies race with a comfortable 20:51. It was great to see Ned Ramsell returning to form in arguably his best event hitting the line in 21:33 just 13 seconds behind Dan Horgan. Francis Maunsell was also delighted with his 21:48. Pleased too with their fine performances were Marion Cotter, John O’Halloran, Danny McCarthy, Brian Healy, Colm Jordan, Joan McCarthy, Kathleen O’Connell and Mary Toher.
While most of us stayed close to home over the past two weeks the peripatetic Tom Cody threw the runners in the back-pack and travelled to Carlisle for a ten-mile road race. In the English city so far north the natives have Scottish accents, Cody won a category prize and finished in 64 minutes. Super-running from one of our most consistent and most talented athletes. A special mention also from this column must go to Denis Kelleher who after two races in the Killarney 5k winter series leads his category.
It is that time of year when the focus of our runners switches to the ten-mile road race series and specifically the Ballycotton 10. Applications must be in before 15th December and forms will be available at training this week. Also, on-line entries for the Dungarvan 10 are now open. Visit the West Waterford AC website for further details.
Our annual dinner and awards night takes place in the Midleton Park Hotel on Saturday 10th December. Fergal will be collecting money for same at training this week which takes place as usual on Monday 6pm in Midleton College and Wednesday at 6pm and 7pm in the Community Centre.
Until next time, keep on running!
As a member of a club most of this will not apply to you but its well worth reading to be informed on one of the big advantages of being in a AAI Club.
It's that time of year again as the mad rush to enter the 2012 Ballycotton 10 Mile Road race begins.
For new runners.......The Ballycotton '10' is the 2nd largest race in Cork and is one of the largest 10 mile road races in the country. It attracts not only local runners but also runners from the rest of Ireland and the UK. Entries open about 3 months before the race in March and the open section with 2,500 entries fills up in about 3 days.
The 2012 Ballycotton '10' race will take place on Sunday, the 4th of March.
First of all, a quick recap...
Just in case you are seeing this for the first time, a quick look to see what group you are in when it comes to entries...
A) Any athletics club member OR anyone who ran in all 4 of the Ballycotton Summer Series races can avail of a 2 week window to get their entries in (closing date Dec 15th).
B) Anyone living overseas can avail of a 6 week window (closing date 9th Jan)
C) If you do NOT qualify for one of the above conditions then you have to try and be one of the first 2,500 entries!!!
More details in an older post HERE
OK....now for the lowdown...Here are the sequence of events...
1) Monday 28th Nov 2011......The organisers will post out entry forms to anyone that provided them with a stamp addressed envelope. If you have not done so already then you should get everything ready on the Monday.........envelope, stamp and €15 entry fee.
2) Tuesday 29th Nov 2011...AM. Some if not most people will get their forms in the post. Going on previous years, many will not. You should fill it out properly (instructions below) and get it in a postbox that has an evening collection.
3) Tuesday 29th Nov 2011...PM. The entry form will be available online which you can download and print.
As soon as it appears, I will be putting up a notice on the Running in Cork Facebook page to inform the 900+ subscribers there. If you are on Facebook and have not already subscribed then visit the page HERE and click the LIKE button. As soon as I send out the notice, it will appear on your Facebook wall, no need to be constantly checking. After that, I will put up the link on this site but you need to keep checking here. The Facebook page if you use it is the easiest option.
Again, your objective is to try and get it in a post box for collection on Tuesday evening.
4) Tueday 29th Nov 2011...Entry forms will be available in the following retail outlets on Tuesday evening...John Buckley Sports (Cork), Ger Wyley Sports (Dungarvan) and local shops in Ballycotton and Shanagarry.
Going on previous years, if you post your entry form on Tuesday night, Wednesday morning or Wednesday afternoon before the last post is collected then I'd be reasonable confident that you'll get in ok.
Post it Wednesday night, Thursday morning or Thursday afternoon and you are in the 'maybe' bracket. Post it on Friday and you are likely to be too late. If you take the approach of 'Ahh sure.....I'll post it next weekend'..........that's fine except the entries will be well closed by next week!!
Don't forget that the fact you are reading this on a Monday or Tuesday means that you are ahead of most. There will be loads of people who will not have checked the details in time and will miss out. That's why if you can follow the instructions here, post it Tuesday evening/Wednesday morning then you're probably as good as in.
Please note that you can only enter by post. There is no online entry and you cannot drop your entry in to someones house. By having postal entries only, everyone has the same chance of getting in.
The entry form....when you get it, cut off the section for entries only. DO NOT RETURN THE WHOLE FORM! I think the organisers have a pretty good idea of what the entry conditions are at this stage and they don't need you sending them the whole form to remind them ;o)
Read the advice given by Ballycotton Running Promotions below on what to do with the entry form. Read it CAREFULLY.....it would be a shame to go to all that trouble in sending off a form early only to be disqualified because you filled out the form incorrectly.
BEFORE YOU FILL OUT THE FORM…...Instructions from Ballycotton Running Promotions
Read all of it carefully – all the information you need is there.
Each person should fill out their own individual form – when people fill a form for someone else, it invariably leads to mistakes in spelling, date of birth, etc which causes problems to the information already on the data base.
Fill out the form in sequence (surname, first name, age on day of race, date of birth, male/female, etc.) Please write in BLOCK CAPITALS
Remember the club is Athletics Ireland club – (not BHAA, soccer club, GAA club).
Telephone/email contact is convenient for checking mistakes!
If you ran in ALL FOUR of this year’s Ballycotton Summer Series 5-mile races, tick the box.
Sign your name on the bottom… by doing this you also agree NOT to transfer your number to another runner in the event of being unable to run.
Please detach (tear, or cut off if form is downloaded) the section of the form with your details and only send this along with the entry fee of €15 to: Ballycotton Running Promotions, Ballycotton, Co. Cork.
Entry fee is €15. Cheques or postal orders should be made payable to Ballycotton Running Promotions. Don’t staple cheque to form. Cash is sent at your own risk.
Do not send a stamped addressed envelope - you can also send more than one form in the same envelope if required.
Using registered post won’t make any difference – it either gets there in time or not.
The first 2,500 postal entries opened are automatically accepted. After that, any AI club member or any runner who ran in all four of the 2011 Ballycotton Summer Series will be accepted up and including Thursday December 15th. Anyone living overseas will be accepted up to and including Monday January 9th.
As soon as the first 2,500 entries have been received, a notice will be posted on this website. Unless you qualify under the above headings, please do not continue to send in entries. It only causes extra work and expense to send them back.
Saturday, 26 November 2011
Just a reminder re upcoming deadlines.
The final cut off point for Ballycotton '10' 2012 is Thursday December 15th
As a member of the club you are guaranteed entry once your entry is received in Ballycotton by that date.
Entries MUST be posted
Do not enter to soon as you will deprive someone else of a place BUT don't leave until the last few days in case of delay in posting.
Entries are non transferable so do not enter unless you intend running the race.
We will have application forms at training next Wednesday.
Also re Dungarvan '10' 2012 - January 16th is the final deadline, but you can avail of cheaper entry fee by acting now.
Race Entry Dungarvan '10'
You can Enter Online through Active Europe. Please note there is a processing fee for online entries.
Download and print out our entry form [.pdf format]. Return the completed form to the address below along with a cheque or postal order made payable to West Waterford AC.
Race entry forms will also available to download from www.westwaterfordathletics.org.
In 2011 we decided to introduce a reduced entry rate for participants who got their entry in early. For 2012 the reduced fee of €15 will be available on line or by post for all entries received on or before Monday December 16th. After this date the fee for all entries will be €20 up until Monday January 16th. After this date no entries will be taken. Last year we were very strict on late entries and for 2012 we will apply the same criteria. Please understand that this is to facilitate the correct amount of t-shirts, goody bags and for safety reasons so we can cater for the numbers on race day.
Elite entries will be accepted up to Friday 20th January the standards set down are Men 60 minutes and Ladies 65 Minutes. These times must have been posted within the last 3 years. Proof of these qualifying times may be required.
Bishopstown Lions Club
TRAMORE VALLEY PARK '5K'
Saturday 26 November 2011. 11:00am
Finishers in the Midleton AC team. Pace Race Race
Place Time Name Team Race Age Category min/mile No Place
1 0:18:55 BYCZEK, Stanislaw Midleton AC M50 06:05.2 278 36
2 0:19:48 CHOJAN, Matt Midleton AC M 06:22.3 261 60
3 0:20:51 DORIS, Anna Midleton AC F40 06:42.5 177 81 2nd o/40
4 0:21:20 HORGAN, Dan Midleton AC M55 06:51.9 9 97
5 0:21:33 RAMSELL, Ned Midleton AC M40 06:56.0 8 105
6 0:21:48 MAUNSELL, Francis Midleton AC M 07:00.9 81 113
8 0:23:08 HEALY, Brian Midleton AC M45 07:26.6 135 145
10 0:24:22 O'HALLORAN, John Midleton AC M60 07:50.4 116 175
11 0:24:53 MCCARTHY, Danny Midleton AC M60 08:00.4 167 192
12 0:27:30 COTTER, Marion Midleton AC F 08:50.9 44 244
13 0:28:39 JORDAN, Colm Midleton AC M 09:13.1 10 257
14 0:30:50 MCCARTHY, Joan Midleton AC F50 09:55.3 138 276
15 0:33:15 O'CONNELL, Kathleen Midleton AC F55 10:41.9 195 285
16 0:36:09 TOHER, Mary Midleton AC F50 11:37.9 215 293
There were 14 finishers in the Midleton AC team.
Friday, 25 November 2011
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Tramore Valley Park 5km Charity Run
All proceeds to Marymount Hospice
(Organised by Bishopstown Lions Club in association with East Cork AC)
Date: Saturday November 26th
StartTime: 11am sharp
Venue: Tramore Valley Park, Cork City
Directions: Tramore Valley Park is the old landfill site off the South Link/Kinsale Road. Cork City Council is in the process of converting it to an amenity park. Access is off the South Link Road, turn left from the carriageway as you leave the city just before the Kinsale Road Roundabout or directly across the dual carriageway from the Black Ash Park and Ride.
Entry Fee: €8
Prizes: First 5 individual men and ladies thereafter category prizes for men and ladies Over 40, 45, 50, 55 and 60.
First 3 men’s and first 3 lady’s prizes sponsored by The Edge Sports Shop
Other Facilities: Ample parking facilities near the Start/Finish area. Toilets will also be available. Note that only very limited (if any) changing facilities are available. Please come prepared. Light refreshments served afterwards.
Access Permission granted by Cork City Council
Athletic Permit granted by Athletics Ireland
Certified measured course using Jones Counter by John Walshe (Ballycotton Running Promotions)
Race results produced by Ballycotton Running Promotions
For a pre-race preview, visit... http://corkrunning.blogspot.com/
Friday, 18 November 2011
Thursday, 17 November 2011
November 16 – County Masters Teams for Munster Championships
Sunday 20th November 2011 – Limerick Racecourse
Ann M Healy Eagle
Carmel Crowley Bandon
Ann Moore Leevale
Fionnuala Desmond Leevale
Anna O'Neill Doheny
Anna Dorris Midleton
Clotilde Fitzgibbon Gr/Fermoy
Orla Crosbie St Finbarrs
Sally Drennan Midleton
Gillian Cotter St Finbarrs
Margaret Calnan Bandon
Deirdre Mc Carthy Nth Cork
Mary Sweeney St Finbarrs
Mary Murphy St Finbarrs
Marion Lyons St Finbarrs
Frank Hayes East Cork
Cathal O'Connell St Finbarrs
Tony Kelleher Togher
Tom Laffan Bandon
Ken Devine St Finbarrs
John Henessy Midleton
Eric Meade East Cork
Denis Mc Carthy East Cork
Fergus Wall Bandon
Gerard Cronin St Finbarrs
Grellan Mc Grath Eagle
Ian O'Leary Donore Hrs
Neilus Aherne Midleton
Brian Regan Gr/Fermoy
Stanislaw Byczek Midleton
Willie Hayes St Finbarrs
Dan Kennedy St Finbarrs
Pat Twomey Eagle
Neil Creedon St Finbarrs
Joe Murphy Eagle
Maurice Tobin Gr/Fermoy
Declan O'Halloran Bandon
Eamonn Mc Evoy St Finbarrs
John Quigley Eagle
Anybody named who is unable to run please contact Mary Meagher on 087 2966298 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Monday, 14 November 2011
Midleton AC Senior Section 14.11.11 BY Peter Gunning
This year's Dublin City Marathon saw a record entry of 14000 with 28 members
of our club taking on the 26 mile challenge. This column is proud to report
that all of our team hit the finishing tape in varying levels of
dehydration, elation and frustration! Some may have been more pleased than
others but on a day when blustering winds and heavy showers helped add to
the discomfort of wall-hitting, blister accumulation, nipple bleeds, oxygen
deficit and minds struggling with matter, personal pride gave way to
personal preservation. Indeed despite the difficult conditions there were
some outstanding displays. Personal bests were won by Adam Duchnicz. Fergal
O'Meara, Breda Cahill, Mark Walsh, Deirdre Aherne, Claire Fitzgerald
Mary B Walsh ,Sinead Kevany and Mary O'Mahony. But each of our team of twenty-eight deserve individual laurel
wreathes, so well done and take a bow, in no particular order: Mary Toher,
Denis Kelleher, Trish Murphy, Peter Gunning, Simon Thompson, Sinead Ivers,
Sinead Buckley, Helen Gilroy, Bernie Twomey, Susan Buckley Colette Barry,
Barry Aherne, Darragh Canavan, Shane Cooney, Margaret Jones,
Danny McCarthy, Rosarii Griffi, Marion Carroll, and Noreen Emerson
Off the road and into the mud, sweat and tears of the cross-country circuit
leads us to tales of more club success. Our ladies team of Orlaith Farmer,
Maggie Chojan, Anna Dorris and Susan Delaney recorded an historic silver
medal place in the Munster Novices in Newcastlewest while John Hennessey
picked up an individual silver at the Cork County Novices. Continuing on the
theme of prize-winning congratulations to Margaret Twohig on taking a first
in the O40 at the recent HSE BHAA event on the Marina where Denise Hickey
also scored taking silver in the O35. We had winners also in the Lisgoold
GAA 5k with Anne-Marie Perry, Margaret Jones, Mary O'Keeffe, Sylvia Pearson,
Dan Horgan and Stan Byczek all taking category prizes. Déaglán Ó Dorgáin
finished sixth overall in a PB 18:12 while Marie Murphy balanced this for
our ladies team with a 21:54 and a fourth placed overall.
LISGOOLD 5km Road Race, Co Cork
1 James McCarthy (East Cork) 15:57; 2 Roy Fahy (East Cork) 16:03; 3 Rory O'Sullivan
(St Finbarrs) 17:44; 4 Denis McCarthy (East Cork, M45) 18:01; 5 Cathal Kelly
(St Finbarrs) 18:08; 6 Declan Dorgan (Midleton) 18:12.
M40: 1 David O'Dwyer (East Cork) 18:18.
M50: 1 Stan Byczek (Midleton) 19:22.
M55: 1 Dan Horgan (Midleton) 21:23.
M60: 1 Maurice Tobin (Grange-Fermoy) 20:11.
Women: 1 Geraldine O'Shea (St Finbarrs, F40) 19:35; 2 Elaine Guinane (Eagle)
20:58; 3 Rachael O'Callaghan (St Finbarrs, F35) 21:22; 4 Marie Murphy
(Midleton) 21:54; 5 Eibhlin Cleary (East Cork) 21:57.
F35: Ann-Marie Perry (Midleton) 22:35.
F40: Mary Jones (Midleton) 22:38.
F45: Mary O'Keeffe (Midleton) 22:05..
F50: 1 Sylvia Pearson (Midleton) 27:32.
F55: 1 Maragret Barry (Midleton) 26:30.
****see pics from Maggie Chojan at
Members are asked to support the Mark in the Dark 5k/10k run on the Marina
circuit this Wednesday 16th November at 7.30pm. Four events are being held
simultaneously in Cork, Dublin, Belfast and Limerick to raise funds for Mark
Pollock. Mark is a blind ultra-athlete who was paralysed recently in a fall
from a bedroom window. There is an entry fee of ?25 for this event and more
information is available from www.run4mark.com. Next Sunday 20th November
sees an interesting 6miler in Mount Oval. Entries are at the Mount Oval Bar
with proceeds to the Movember men's health appeal.
Training continues on Monday nights at 6pm (Midleton College) and Wednesdays
The next BHAA events are:
Sunday November 20th @ 11am
Mount Oval Bar Movember 6 Mile Race
Entries & changing @ Mount Oval Bar, Mount Oval Village, Rochestown
BHAA AGM - Thursday 24th November @8pm
Venue - Orchard Bar Ballinlough
Nominations for Committee and Motions to reach the committee by Mon 17th
The BHAA are now accepting registrations for 2012
Till the next time .... keep on running
The ‘Run for Mark in the Dark’ is coming up on Wednesday, November 16th at 7.30pm. It is being run simultaneously in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Belfast. The proceeds of this event will go to the Mark Pollock trust to help Mark with his rehabilitation.
The Cork event takes place on the Monahan Road/Centre Park Road circuit and there are entries on the night too. Option of 5k or 10k distance.
Please enter the race even if you cannot attend as this is a very worthy cause…..and forward to anyone you think might be interested.
www.run4mark.com for entries…..
Ps – This link is a video about Mark - Please vote for it on the site, the winning charity gets €10K…… http://www.bettertogether.ie/content/markSome information on Mark:
Mark Pollock is a truly inspiring individual. Having lost his sight at the age of 22 Mark has never let that hold him back. He took hold of his life and never looked back competing in the world’s harshest environments across desert,mountain, ocean and polar regions including 6 marathons in 7 days in the Gobi Desert, a race to the South Pole, and the Round Ireland yacht race; all this despite being completely blind. He made his living as a motivational speaker around the globe and inspired many people to think about how to face challenges and make decisions.
Having overcome his blindness tragedy struck again on the 2nd July 2010 when Mark fell from a second story window and suffered a catastrophic spinal injury which has left Mark paralysed from the waist down. The following clip is of an interview with Mark conducted by the BBC six months after Mark's accident. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12314687
The past year has been incredibly difficult for Mark and while he has dealt with every emotion he is determined not to rest on his laurels. You can check out Mark's blog at www.markpollock.com/blog/blog.asp He has done a lot of research to find out what he could do and was in hospital for 15 months. He has just been released and is now following a programme of aggressive physical therapy in an attempt to regain any feeling or movement that he can.
The Mark Pollock Trust was set up by Mark's friends and supporters in order to raise funds for this rehabilitation programme, which will involve a daily aggressive physical therapy programme of up to 3 hours per session, input from physical trainers and physiotherapists and repeat visits to a spinal injuries recovery facility in America called, Project Walk. ‘Run for Mark in the Dark’ is the Trust's first official event, although many friends, old and new, have been hosting running and cycling races, events in their homes and donating directly to the Trust, allowing Mark start to rebuild his life and to start training.
The four fundraising runs will take place in Belfast, Cork, Dublin and Galway simultaneously and range between 4 km and 10km (distances vary depending on the location). Each location has a walking option, so everyone can participate. The cost of the event is €25 per person for this very wothwhile cause. Log onto www.run4mark.com to enter.
Sunday, 13 November 2011
This must surely rank as one of the best races in the calender with a lovely course and superb support all along the route showing what true community spirit is all about.The after race refreshments and prizes were superb as usual.
Thursday, 10 November 2011
Tuesday, 8 November 2011
A brief word of welcome to all our new members at Midleton Athletic Club.
Our regular club e mailing will hopefully keep you up to speed with all the
latest news, fixtures and results.
Please also see the full club contact details at the end of this e mail.
Next Sunday sees the Lisgoold 5K Road Race take place beginning at 11am. We
urge alll our members to make an effort to support this event and ensure
it's a success for the organisers. ATTACHED please find RACE FLYER with
Munster Masters Cross Country
Message From Our Ladies Captain - Sally Drennan
Any 'over 40' women interested in running in the Munster masters
cross country championships in Limerick on November 20 please let me
know. Entries have to be in by next Friday, 11 November.
Tel. 086 1931338 or email@example.com
HSE 4 Mile, Marina - CONGRATULATIONS
- Another success story at the HSE 4 miler in Cork on Sunday where Margaret
Twohig ran a great race to win the Ladies O/40 and Denise Hickey also was in
superb form finishing 2nd O/35.
Our Midleton UDC mens teams have been flying all season and again claimed
top honours in Cork - well done guys!
Dates For The Diary
Here is a reminder of some upcoming road races this month –
Saturday 12th – Killarney 5K Series – 11am
Sunday 13th – Lisgoold 5K – 11am
Saturday 19th – Killarney 5K Series – 11am
Sunday 20th – Mount Oval 5K in Rochestown, Cork City – 11.30am
Saturday 26th – Tramore Valley 5K – Cork City – 11am
SATURDAY DECEMBER 10TH - MIDLETON A.C CHRISTMAS DINNER
AT MIDLETON PARK HOTEL - FULL DETAILS TO FOLLOW NEXT WEEK.
Midleton Athletic Club Contacts
Ladies Captain – Sally Drennan
Vice Captain – Marion Cotter
Mens Captain – Edmond O’Sullivan
Vice Captain – Marc Dalton
STAY IN TOUCH WITH MIDLETON A.C.
for all the latest club news.
*** E mail contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
***You may also have regular club news, updates and results sent directly to
you via our club e mail service. Please give your e mail address to Joint
PRO John Cashman to avail of this service.
***Telephone enquiries should be directed to our club mobile number
Please forward your details to this number to avail of club messages
Monday, 7 November 2011
Results of the teams section of Cork - Cobh 15 Mile place Midleton AC Ladies 2 nd Team.
That was Breda Cahill and Anna Dorris.
Also congrats to Peter Gunning who was on the Dept Of Education team who came second in their catagory.
HSE 4 Mile Marina
Congrats to Denise Hickey 2nd o/35
and Magaret Twohig 1St O/40
AND Midleton UDC Team 1St
Venue: Midleton Rugby Club, Midleton
When: Saturday the 19th of November 2011
At: 1.00pm – 3.00 pm
Cost: 30.00 Euro – including free massage ball
Class: An introductory workshop to Myofascial Release and Pilates for athletes, with focus on injury prevention and rehabilitation exercises.
Contacts: Grainne Sugrue – Pilates Instructor & Neuromuscular Therapist. Tel. 086-3855446
Helen Leonard – Pilates Instructor and Fitness Instructor/Athletics Coach Tel. 087-054 5594
MESSAGE FROM OUR COLLEAGUE - NOEL O'REGAN
Above is info on an Pilates injury prevention workshop exclusively for Midleton
A/C members being run by Helen Leonard at the Rugby club.
Also regarding the Munster Vets CC in Limerick on the 20th Nov , we are low on numbers for the O40 Men’s team anybody interested contact Noel 0861704072 with training taking place on Saturday 8am in Glenbower Wood in Killeagh.
Friday, 4 November 2011
The H.S.E 4 MILE ROAD RACE will be held on Sunday next starting at 11am – HQ is the local Rowing Club on the Marina – entries taken from 9.45am.
The race will be held on the usual Marina Road/Monaghan Road Circuit near Pairc Ui Chaoimh in the city.
Also please support our neighbours in Lisgoold
Annual 5K Road Race takes place on Sunday week November 13th – 11am
HQ is the local Community Centre.
Thursday, 3 November 2011
This year the committee has decided to involve all members in the selection
of athletes to receive annual awards at the Christmas Dinner. We are
inviting anyone in the club who would like to, to nominate possible winners
in a number of categories. You may nominate more than one person in each
category and add a brief reason for a nomination if you wish. When all the
nominations have been received, the committee will make the final decisions.
We advise that you down load the attached nomination form and when completed
drop in the box which will be provided at training nights over the next few
weeks. Alternatively you may e mail your completed form back to this
address ( email@example.com) and it will be passed on to the club committee.
Midleton AC Annual Awards
This year the committee has decided to involve all members in the selection of athletes to receive annual awards at the Christmas dinner. We are inviting anyone in the club who would like to, to nominate possible winners in each of the following categories. You may nominate more than one person in each category and add a brief reason for a nomination if you wish. When all the nominations have been received, the committee will make the final decisions.
Male athlete of the year ............................................................
(50% achievement, 50% commitment to club ............................................................
Female athlete of the year ............................................................
(50% achievement, 50% commitment to club ............................................................
Most improved female athlete ............................................................
Most improved male athlete ............................................................
Best male beginner athlete ............................................................
Best female beginner athlete ............................................................
Wednesday, 2 November 2011
> Sorry for the very late notice again. The senior county cross
> country championships are on this coming Sunday, 6 November in Bandon
> at 12.00 pm. This is a competition of very high standard. If anyone
> is interested in running, please let me know immediately. Thank you.
> The next competition is the following weekend - the Munster
> intermediate championships in Tipperary. If you would like to run in
> this one, entries are also due now.
> Sally Drennan
> Tel. 021 4883960, 087 2265857 or firstname.lastname@example.org