Friday, 28 November 2014


Cloyne 4Km

On what was a beautiful morning for running the Cloyne 4Km series started with a great crowd of around one hundred and eighty runners and I am delighted to report that we had a great crew there representing the club. To top it off everyone seemed to have fine runs and Eileen Leahy had another great run and was first lady home she was followed by another Midleton AC lady Vicki Cleary who also had a fantastic run. Our first man home was Rod Scanlan and he was closely follow by Mike Cremin.
Great credit is due to the organisers who handled the large crown superbly and after the success of this one I am sure the crowd will be bigger again for the next one.

Thank You

Alan Kelleher extends a big thank you to all the club members who sponsored his recent marathon run in aid of Arc House

Clontarf Half Marathon

Fionan O'hAodain made his comeback here on Saturday with his first race since completing the Dublin City Marathon. Over a tough course although very scenic and with a few miles of running on sand he managed to knock over four minutes off his existing PB for the half marathon which is a good days running in anyone's books. Well done as always Fionan its great to see you getting the times you deserve.

The big one for the club this weekend is the Munster Masters in Watergrasshill here are some details

Sunday's Munster Masters & Juvenile 'B' XC Chps - Watergrasshill, 11:30 am. Directions, downloadable maps & course map on 


as previously posted the Masters will be around 1pm with ladies first. Please come and support your fellow club members Remember this is the Munster Championships and really every cheer counts.

Our Teams Are

Anna Dorris
Maggie Chojan
Susan Fitzgerald
Sally Drennan
Margaret Jones
Marie Gilman 
Helen Gilroy
John Dunphy
Matt Chojan
Declan Dorgan
Sean O Sullivan
Paul Spiteri
Aidan O Herlihy
Noel O Regan
Eugene McCarthy
Paul Kearns
Andre Brodkorb
Barry Williams
John Cashman
Peter Gunning
Neilus Aherne




Cloyne 4km


Don't forget this race takes place at 9.30am Sunday morning. Entries at Harty's Bar. (see previous post for more details)