HSE 4 Mile Marina Sun 2nd November and Cross Country in Riverstick
Supporter Of The Day Ryan Dalton
Colette Dalton mother of the Supporter Of The Day
Our oldest club member The great Billy Griffin
Heading straight from there to the Cork AAI Grounds (a fantastic facility well worth a visit) in Riverstick saw some fantastic running in the Cork Senior Cross Country where our own Eileen Leahy finished 6th helping the Immokilly Team to get the Bronze position. This amazing young woman is showing such potential in her first year of serious running that she definitely is a lady to watch for the future.
Eileen Leahy who competed in the County Cross Country
The famous and amazing Frank Hayes with a few friends
Provisional Results of Dublin City Marathon
From John Quigley at http://corkathletics.org/Race%20Results/2014/October/AAI-National-Marathon-Championships-2014-Dublin-City-Marathon-Cork-Results.html
In No Particular order
But These are National Positions from AAI (Athletics Ireland) in a race of over 14.000 athletes approx
Louise Barry 40th (2nd Cork Senior)
Anna Doris 6th
Esther Murphy 17th
Claire Fitzgerald 29th
Niamh Dorgan 83rd
Camilla O'Connor 21st O/45
Note our Margaret Jones will be very well up in this category when the final results come out but due to an error (not the clubs as we entered her correctly) she is not listed as Midleton AC but this is being rectified by AAI.
Amanda Jane Stavrou 26th
Brain Cott 89th
Don Ryan 95th
Alan Kelleher 93rd
Neilus Aherne 12th
Peter Gunning 23rd
These are just some of our amazing results. Thank you everyone who helped make this possible.
Another Win For Andre
Andre Brodkorb managed to win last weekend’s Virginia Pumpkin Festival Charity Run. A small but lovely race, 5.5km trail with some small hills through the woods of Virginia Co. Cavan . Finishing time 20:56min. and then he went on to support the runners in the Dublin Marathon. Some athlete.
John Dunphy Completed his 30th Park run 5k this Morning, Sat 1st Nov It took him 17 months to do it but he got there .Well done John Delighted you haven't abandoned the running shoes for the bike.
More Shots from Dublin Marathon
( Please keep them coming they are well deserved)
(Thanks to Joe Murphy Eagle AC for these great photo's)
Change Of Venue
As from Monday next we will move training to the All Weather Pitch at the rear of Midleton College. Time will be 6pm -7pm and Donie Walsh will be in attendance as per usual to outline the various programmes and answer any queries.
Any new members looking for directions there give me a txt or call 0872403940
Yes They did make the Irish Times and not the Sun
After a quiet October, the next Cork BHAA race is the HSE 4 miler on next Sunday November 2 at 11am. This takes place down the Marina with registration at Lee Rowing Club open from 9.30am.
Best of luck on Sunday next to Eileen Leahy who will be running on Sunday in Riverstick in the County Senior Cross Country Championships. She will be running under Immokilly team flag.
Dates For the Diary
CLUB XMAS PARTY
The annual Midleton AC Xmas Party will take place in Midleton Park Hotel on Fri 19th of December Full details shortly.
Birthday Party Time
Michael McNamara's 60th Birthday will take place in O'Neill's bar on the . All members of the athletic club are more than welcome to attend. Looking forward to seeing familiar faces there to celebrate with Michael who without a doubt is one of the most popular people in the club. And if you don't know Michael you know Martha she is the fast one but Michael will be passing her out shortly or so he says.
A Thanks You Letter From Brian Cott
The good news is I finished Dublin City Marathon on Monday 27th October and I am still walking! The better news for me is that thanks to all of you for your generosity, I have managed to raise a whopping €2,739.60 through the support of work colleagues, friends and fellow runners. Your support has been amazing, thank you all so much. For this I am truly grateful.
This money is going to be split 50:50 between 2 very worthy charities –
Special Olympics Ireland
Down Syndrome Ireland, Cork Branch.
Down to the race, I finished in a time of 3:14:54, which I am really delighted about. As Danny said I was surprised… it’s one thing to have a plan but it is another thing to pull it off, and take 52 minutes off my previous and only other marathon when I was 12 years younger! Nothing is easily got, and 26.2 miles is definitely not easy. But thankfully the training paid off… (thanks Donie for the advice – it paid not to start off too fast, Hal Higdon for the plan… I was following the same plan as Anna and even though we didn’t run together as we didn’t meet at the start, we finished just 6 seconds apart…). I didn’t hit the dreaded wall, but the last 2 miles were a particular struggle. The support of everyone along the route and fellow Midleton AC club members running and in particular those team members who travelled up to support was a huge boost. It really highlighted to me how great it is to be part of a team, in particular the Midleton AC team.
Special thanks to Danny for the new nickname, “Dark Horse”. And yes, the Midleton AC vest is the best thing ever, all the shouts of come on Midleton really did help.
Some have still offered support, so you can contact me directly or via MyCharity.ie web site, http://www.mycharity.ie/event/
Again, thank you all.