Membership for 2015 is now available and can be had at training any evening or contact the blog. firstname.lastname@example.org
New members at whatever level are always welcome and there are great advantages of being in a club. You will train with other runners under the supervision and guidance of experience coaches who take everyone's level into account. You will be covered by AAI insurance at all club training sessions in the event of accident etc. and also at all AAI races and events.
Cross Country BHAA
A total of one hundred and eighty five runner took part in this race. It is the only cross country race on the BHAA calendar and was in danger of being dropped but with the huge crowd there today its future is secure. We had a fine crew out and all of them did very well. It is a very tough three loop course with a steep downhill over very rough surface and an even tougher uphill as can be seen from the photos.
Our first man home was Brian Harty who had a superb run and finished 12th overall. Our first lady was Marie Gillman who was 6th lady overall and took 2nd O/50 prize. Our other prize winners were John Cashman 3rd O/50 and Donie O'Connell 2nd O/60. It was also great to see John Dunphy back in action and running well whilst Michael McNamara and Paul Kearns again showed how well the have taken to cross country.
Two of our prize winners Donie and Marie.
Some members of the club are involved in organising this event and asked for it to be posted. Sorry guys ladies only.Danny
Ballycotton 10 List Of Entries
The list of Ballycotton10 entries is now available at
Midleton AC is the club with the most entries once again. Please remember if for whatever reason you are entered and unable to run you have agreed NOT to give your number to someone else.
The annual BHAA cross country is on Sunday in Beaumount Park at 11am. This is slightly under 5km and is a three loop course. This is the ideal event if you want to try cross country for the first time.
Full details from http://corkbhaa.com/