Thursday, 11 January 2018


 Registration will be available from 5.45 at training on Monday evening and also on Wednesday evening. The fee remains the same as previous years at 70 Euro which is the best value around.
Special rates for full time students and unemployed members.

Munster Indoors

Once again some fantastic running from Neilus Aherne today when he finished 1st in the 3000m and 2nd  in the 800m.
Remember Neilus is always available for that winning massage and expert advice .Just give him a call on 0868438355. There are special rates for Midleton AC members. Highly recommended.

FMC 6Km in Littleisland

We saw some really fine running at the FMC 6Km in Littleisland on Sunday morning with several PBs attained and lots of prize winners too. Sheila Buckley 2nd O/35, Marie Gillman 3rd O/50 and Joan McCarthy 2nd O/60 in the ladies and Donie O'Connell 2nd O/65 in the men.

Don't forget to register with BHAA .Edmond O'Sullivan Team Sec. will have forms at training on Monday and Wednesday evening for the Midleton Town Council team which is confined to Midleton AC members only.

The Munster Mountain Running Association (MMRA) will be hold a series of 10 trail races from January to April 2018 throughout the province. For anyone new to trail running, this is a good way to start as it's not as hard as the mountain races which are held later on in the year.

As the poster above shows, there are 10 races in the league and you only need to complete 4 to qualify for a league finisher's prize.

The first run is in Corrin Hill, Fermoy on Sun 14 January and there will be 9 others across the province between January and April 2018.

Please note, you must purchase 
annual IMRA membership online for €10 to take part in any of the MMRA events. Once this annual €10 fee is paid, all of the races in the series cost just €5 each.

You will not be able to run if you turn up at your first race without having purchased online registration.

Munster Winter/Spring League 2018

10 races...Best 4 races to score
Date    Time    Venue/Event            Code    Climb    Dist.    Diff.
Sun Jan 14    11:00 AM    Corrin Hill    CHW    260m    6.60km    6
Sun Jan 28    11:00 AM    Cratloe Woods    CTO    160m    9.30km    4
Sun Feb 11    11:00 AM    Tralee-Tonevane    TRA    200m    8.00km    5
Sun Feb 18    11:00 AM    Crohaun        CRN    300m    6.00km    6
Sun Mar 11    11:00 AM    Ballinaboola    BAL    300m    10.00km    6
Sun Mar 18    11:00 AM    Claragh Mtn    CMN    340m    7.00km    6
Sun Mar 25    11:00 AM    Glanageenty    GR    400m    9.50km    6
Sun Apr 8    11:00 AM    Slievenamon    SVN    570m    8.00km    7
Sun Apr 15    11:00 AM    Curragh Woods    CRW    220m    7.00km    6
Sun Apr 22    11:00 AM    Silvermines    SIL    230m    7.40km    6

 Race Notification: FMC 6K

Email Issues – Important for registrations this week

by Cork BHAA Admin
For anybody who sent an email to this week, can you please re-send to and cc We are having issues since the changeover of website host. Please do this until further notice.
Apologies for multiple email notifications/Facebook/Twitter posts today!
The next race on the BHAA calendar is the FMC 6k on Sunday January 14 at 11am. Registration takes place at the Little Island Sports Hall from 9.30am. This race is usually quite busy so it is advisable to get there early. Queues tend to build up when there are queries about registration for 2018. To avoid this, please ensure you get your annual registration details to us by Saturday at noon. This means
  • Excel method: emailing Excel sheet to (use and until further notice) and printing and sending this to Kevin Cummins with cheque payable to Cork BHAA at the address provided on the sheet. This is the preferred method.
  • Online form: completing this and sending printout and cheque to Kevin Cummins.
You cannot register for 2018 at the race and be eligible to run as a registered runner in that race. This would result in even longer queues at registration.
A final reminder that the Cork BHAA AGM takes place this evening (Thursday) at 8pm at the Ambassador Hotel. This is your chance to have your say on the running of the BHAA in Cork. We are always looking for new people to join the committee and the continued success of the BHAA depends on attracting new people to the committee to replace those leaving it.