Helen Gilroy 2nd in Listowel Half Marathon
On a very wet and miserable Saturday morning Helen Gilroy decided to do her training run as part of the Listowel Half Marathon and wound up coming 2nd Lady overall. What a great way to do a training run and get paid for it. Well done Helen. The rest of the crew did the 10Km where Margaret Jones finished 6th overall and once again 1st in her Category (bur unfortunately the results do not show this but we expect the timing company to rectify this and give Margaret her due credit and prize) as for the rest "what happens on tour stays on tour" except to say that everyone was singing the praises of Eugene McCarthy on his great organising of the whole tour even such attention to details like organising "Cork Colours" for the drink straws in Kerry for Bernie.
HSE 5Km Mahon
Some results at the HSE 5Km in Mahon on Sunday where Ann Geary running her first race in a while came 1st O/35 and the ever consistant Donie O'Connell came 2nd O/65.
Reminder of next cross country race.Munster Masters Cross Country Championships on Sunday, 19 November
If you would like to be entered for this and have not yet let me know, please inform me by tomorrow, Sunday, 12 November.So far I only have the following names - Derek Ahern, Edwin Cashman, Siobhan O'Leary and myself.
Midleton AC On Tour In The Rain
The HSE 5k race takes place on Sunday November 12th at 11am in Mahon. Please note change of venue and pass on the message, especially to those who are not online. It will take the same route as the CPO/Garda 5k race earlier this year with 2 laps of the course. Registration is open from 9.30am at Mahon Community Centre.
If you won a prize at Cork to Cobh but haven't collected yet, please contact Kevin Cummins on 0879144765 to arrange.
Midleton AC on tour. Words from the Captain Claire
Wishing all those traveling on the club weekend plenty of pbs, silverware and of course good fun.
Watch out Kerry! Midleton AC on tour.
Thursday with Edmond A HUGE SUCCESS
Our new additional training session with Edmond O'Sullivan has proved very popular.