Thursday, 14 November 2019


Loads of Medals At The Munster Championships For Midleton AC

Midleton ac Team arriving in style at the Munster Championships in Beauford on Sunday

Results just in from the Munster Master Championships in Beauford, Co Kerry on Sunday show Sinead Keavney 3rd Overall and 3rd O/40 also she won GOLD as the 2nd scorer on the Cork  Team. Joan Hough took Silver O/60 and Neilus Aherne also took 2nd O/60.
Edmond O'Sullivan took 3rd O/55. Edmond, John and Neilus were 3rd Team O/50 whilst Edmond and John Cashman won SILVER on the Cork Team O/50. Well done all. Once again ye did the club proud and definately had some FUN doing it.

 Cloyne 4Km

A record crowd of almost five hundred runners took to the streets of Cloyne on Sunday morning for the start of the Cloyne 4Km series. As usual we had a huge crowd from the club there both running and supporting. Vicky Spiteri was our first lady home with a great run and getting a PB into the bargain. John Hennessy also had a great run and was our first man home finishing 6th overall.
The prize of the day must go to our new C2 5K Group of ladies who all had great runs and finished in flying form. A big round of applause also to our supporters kids included who came out on this fine frosty morning to cheer their club mates on.

Edwin Cashman being given a lesson in fast running 
by his son Lewis.

Trail Running

Trail running continues on Saturday morning at 8.30 am at Curragh Woods. Last week over ten runners took part It is suitable for all levels but Trail Shoes essential.
Photo shows the boys only there were girls there also.

Time to party!

This year's Christmas party will take place on Saturday, December 7th at 8pm at
Water Rock golf course.
We promise that it will be a night of fun, food and dancing so have your glad rags ready.
Tickets are on sale now and we would encourage club members to buy online as it more secure and much safer than dealing with cash at training.

Recognition Award

As you may know, the Club is planning to present a number of "recognition awards" to members at the Christmas party.
We are now inviting your nomination (just one name) for your proposed
"Club Person of the Year - 2019". The winner of this award will be the person receiving the most nominations from their fellow members. In making your decision, you might consider the person's:

* Participation in Club activities, both on and off the track

* Commitment to assisting with Club activities and events

* Promotion of positive Club environment and ethos

* General support for, and encouragement of, other members

* Other key qualities and contributions

Please send your nominations to