Sunday, January 31, 2010

Results of the Dungarvan 10 Mile Road Race - Sun 31st Jan 2010

A total of 987 runners turned out for the 2010 Dungarvan 10 mile road race. The weather conditions were ideal with bright sunshine and a slight cooling breeze. I have taken part in this race for the last few years and have seen it improve year on year. A few years ago with around 500 runners, there were problems with a much smaller venue, a different course and people not getting goody bags before the start. This year with twice the numbers, things went like clockwork. It's a credit to the members of West Waterford AC for organising what is now one of the best 10 mile road races in the country.

Now doubt the official results will be out soon but in the meantime, here are the provisional results.
Now doubt more will appear soon but for the moment, here are 2 slideshows from Paudie Birmingham of Mallow AC

Set 1 with around 90 photos near the HERE

Set 2 near the finish with nearly 400 HERE

More Photos....(Updated Mon 11:30pm)
Several hundred here from the West Waterford AC website.

..........and another 300 or so from Joe Murphy on the Eagle AC website.

Category Results...


1. Sandis Bralitis West Waterford 50.57

2. Raivis Zakis West Waterford 53.07

3. Colin Merritt Carraig na bhFear 53.09

4. Brian Murphy Iveragh AC 54.04

5. Brian Murphy Carrick-on-Suir 54.36

6. Cornelius Marshall St. Finbarrs AC 54.49


Ted Flannelly Slaney Olympic 56.03

Jim Baldwin Waterford AC 59.17


Cathal O’ Connell St. Finbarr’s AC 54.59

Michael Cunningham Bilboa AC 57.59


Stephen Griffin Tralee Harriers 55.24

Larry Lacey St. Joseph’s AC 59.44


David O’ Connor N/A 65.69


Maurice Tobin Grange-Fermoy 65.44


Tony Dunne Carraig na bhFear 84.24


Michael Dowling West Wicklow 55.20


Gerry Forde Blarney

Team Results:

  1. Leevale AC (99) 2. West Waterford A.C. (111) 3. Waterford A.C. (122 )

Ladies Results

1. Siobhan O’ Doherty Borrisokane 58.49

2. Rhona Lynch Eagle AC 62.04

3. Angela McCann Clonmel AC 62.35

4. Anne-Marie Holland Eagle AC 63.48


Corinna Wash West Waterford 64.13

Michelle Nolan Midleton AC 64.56


Diane Behan Waterford AC 67.17

Denise Crompton Dundrum 70.54


Mary Sweeney St. Finbarr’s AC 64.48

Claire Fowler Waterford AC 72.17


Teresa Tuohy Bilboa 68.34

Margaret Harty Limerick 76.55


Alice Walsh N/A 81.57


Maggie Dunne Carraig na bhFear 89.06


Tara Roche West Waterford AC 97.00

Team: West Waterford Athletic Club (75 points)

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Weather forecast for the Dungarvan 10....Sun 31st Jan 2010

It looks as if the weather conditions for this race will be almost ideal.....sunny, bright and cool. As you can see from the forecast above, bright sunny weather is predicted with a max temperature of only 5 degrees. The predicted wind is from the North so it's likely to be very cold in exposed spots but it would seem to be fairly light so the wind chill may not be so bad.

The biggest fear is that a hard frost is predicted for Saturday night. Considering the fact that the race is on at 1pm, there should be plenty of time for anything to thaw out although I guess that there may be sheltered spots that won't see the sun all day. Will these be a problem? Hopefully the frost won't be too bad considering that Dungarvan is on the coast. If it was 20-30 miles inland, it might be a different story.

The wind although light is likely to be an issue during some parts of the race. We will be running into it from 2.2 to 3.3 miles and during the last 2 miles. It will be noticed because of how cold it is rather than because of it's strength. Dress accordingly...

Update 09:00 Sun......the eastern part of the country is covered by cloud at the moment while there are clear blue skies in Cork. Best prediction for the race is blue skies with a good possibility of some clouds. Looks like it's going to be a good day!

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Preview of the Dungarvan 10 Mile Road Race...Sun 31st Jan

Several years ago, I remember reading that the stated aim of the organisers of this race was to reach the 1000 mark. This year, they have well and truly broken that barrier with an entry of over 1100 runners. Given the fact that it was pre-entry only, they probably could have reached well over 1,500 entries if they had accepted entries on the day as well.

Again, just a reminder for anyone who hasn't been keeping track of events! This race is pre-entry only. You cannot enter on the day like you could in previous years. For those of you who did pre-enter, you should have received your race number during the week by post. If you did not get your number in the post then look out for the help desk in the sports hall.
A full list of all entrants can be found HERE.

Changes this year....
As well as the fact that it is pre-entry only this year, there are a few other changes as well.
1) Instead of the usual cotton t-shirt, this year they will be giving out Nike dry-fit running tops which are a lot more useful.
2) The first 3 miles or so of the race are different from previous years. More below...
3) They will be giving out the dry-fit top with the goody bag at the finish line once they get your number. If you are not interested in the refreshments or prizes, you don't have to go to the sports hall at all.

Getting there.....
The main venue for the race in terms of parking, changing, prizes, refreshments, etc is at the Dungarvan Sports Hall. If you are coming from the Cork side of the town, take the right at the roundabout on the entrance to the town and keep driving straight. You'll go through the town and you'll find the Sports Hall next to the harbour. There is plenty of parking here and in the surrounding area. Follow the signs and stewards instructions on the day.

The course......
As you can see from the map above, it has changed from 2009. Last year, we did a loop in the countryside to the north-west of the top. That has been eliminated this year and the result is probably an even faster course.
The start line is roughly a mile from the Sports Centre. The route heads back towards the centre, then a short loop in the town like last year and back out the road towards the start line again. Last year, we turned off right here and ran parallel to the main road. This year, we head towards the roundabout on the main N25 road and along the hard shoulder. At some stage along this section.....and presumably the earlier section of it.....the stewards will probably get all of the runners to cross to the right hand hard shoulder of the main road.
Just after 2 miles, we turn off right into the countryside and head back towards the town on a quiet road. At about 3.5 miles, we rejoin the usual Dungarvan 10 route. From here to about 6.5 miles, the running is pretty flat. At 6.5 miles, we have a downhill section and after that, it's flat again until you reach the main road again at about 8.2 miles.
Once you are back on the main road, there is a slight pull as you climb the hill but nothing too serious. You run inside the hard shoulder until you reach the town again, through the roundabout and on towards the last bend which is only about 100 metres before the finish line. Click on the map above for a bigger version.

Overall, there are no really serious hills in the race and with the changes this year, it would seem as if it's one of the fastest 10 mile courses around.

We'll have a look at the weather forecast tomorrow.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Races in Munster this weekend....Sun 31st Jan 2010

The main event this weekend is of course the Dungarvan '10' Mile Road Race in West Waterford. Note that this event is pre-entry cannot enter on the day like you could in previous years. More details about this race here on Friday...

For anyone not making the trip to the Deise, you have a choice of 2 races elsewhere in Munster.

There is a 4 mile road race in Farranfore to the North of Killarney starting at 2pm. This race was originally supposed to take place over the Christmas period but had to be cancelled due to the icy weather. There is a flyer for the race available HERE.

In the western part of the county, there is a charity 5k run to the east of Newcastle West on the R520 road. More details below...

Rathfredagh Cheshire Home Charity 5k
Date/Time - Sunday Jan 31st, 10 a.m. Registration on the day only from 9 a.m. to 9.45 a.m.
Start/Finish - Rathfredagh Cheshire Home, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick which is approx 3 miles from Newcastle West on the R520.
Entry Fee - €10 (100% to Rathfredagh Cheshire Home Charity).
Course - 5K, Accurately measured flat, looped course starting and finishing at Rathfredagh Cheshire Home. Markers every km.
Prizes - 1st Male, 1st Female, 1st male O/40, 1st Female O/40 and one spot prize. Trophies for 1st Junior Male and Female.

Chip timing by Red Tag Timing Ireland - Pre-numbered timing chips and twist ties to attach to running shoes
- Finish line timing mats
- Finish Line display clock on a tripod
- Full printed results to the race organisers
- Complimentary Results Text Message to all finishers

Plenty of parking available in the grounds of Rathfredagh Cheshire Home very close to Start/Finish line.
Water Station at Start/Finish line
Plenty of refreshments in the Hall at Rathfredagh Cheshire Home immediately afterwards where prizes will be presented.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Results of the road races on Sun 24th of Jan 2010...

There was a big turnout for all of the races in Munster on Sunday, the 24th of January 2010. Now doubt for a lot of runners, it was a welcome break to stretch those legs after all of the race cancellations recently due to the icy weather.

The Cork BHAA road race in Little Island attracted in excess of 400 runners on a cold, frosty but sunny Sunday morning. More info with links to some photos on the Running in Cork website.

The 'Tony O'Connell' 4 mile road race in Clonmel attracted 162 runners. The full results can be seen HERE.

In West Waterford, they had the Colligan Cup race in Colligan Woods. With this race, you had to predict your time and the winner was the person who was the closest. The race attracted just under 140 runners and the results can be found HERE.

So overall on Sunday, almost 700 people attended road races in Munster which for a cold day in mid January is excellent.

Now that these races are out of the way, no doubt people will start thinking ahead to the next big one.....the Dungarvan 10 next Sunday.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Races next weekend in Munster...Sun 24th Feb 2010

There are a choice of 3 races next weekend in Munster, all on Sunday the 24th. Considering all of the cancellations for the last few weeks, there are no doubt a lot of runners itching for a decent road race at the moment.

The Cork BHAA are holding their 'FMC' 4 Mile Road Race in Little Island to the east of Cork City. This race starts at 11am and there will be a preview on this race on Thursday on the Running in Cork website.

There is the Tony O'Connell 4 mile road race in Clonmel at 12 noon. More info on this PDF document.
In Colligan Woods near Dungarvan in West Waterford, there is a 5 mile race. More info below....
"This is a 5 mile"predict your time" race in Colligan wood. The winner is the person who runs the closest but not faster than their predicted time. The Senior race begins at 2 pm with the juvenile race starting at 1.30 pm. Entry is 8 euros and the registrations will take place at the wood from 1.15 pm onwards. The prize-giving will also take place in the wood after the race.

This race is the first race of the Michael Roche Carpets Spring Series. The other races are the Quantum Life Dungarvan 10 mile (Jan 31st ), the Bausch and Lomb Kilmacthomas 5 mile (Feb 21st) and the Eason's Dungarvan 10K (Feb 28th)

Directions: At the Kilrush roundabout on N25 take the Cappoquin Road and at the Master McGrath Monument take a right for Clonmel and Ballymacarbry, take the next right for Colligan Wood"

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Race Calendar Updated....Jan-Apr 2010

The race calendar on the right hand side of this website has now been updated for the months of January to April 2010. No doubt a few have been missed but there is still enough there to show that there is no shortage of road races in Munster over the next few months.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Waterford....Closing date for the Dungarvan 10 is the 18th of Jan

Just a reminder that the closing date for entries for the 2010 Dungarvan '10' race is next Monday, the 18th of January. Please note that you CANNOT enter on the day of the race, you must pre-enter. You can enter online by visiting the West Waterford AC website or you can print off the entry form and post it asap.

Due to the cancellation of the Mallow 10 race, this race has become by default the 1st race in the Munster Ten-Mile Spring Classics Series. You can find more information about the series HERE.

Here is some additional information about the Dungarvan race from James Veale of West Waterford AC...


Time is "running" out for those interested in pre registering for the Upcoming Quantum Life Dungarvan 10 mile road race on Sunday two weeks
January 31st at 1 p.m.You can download the entry form from our club web site you can also use the online facility up Until close of online entries Monday 18th of January.All postal entries can be sent to Ann Dunford, The Green. Kilgobnet, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. The race as well as being the second race in the Michael Roche carpets spring series is also race number two in the John Buckley Sports sponsored Munster 10 mile classic series. All finishers of The Quantum Life Dungarvan 10 will receive the now famous West Waterford AC goody bag, plus a Nike dry fit running top will be Awarded to all finishers. Shower facilities will be available at the Dungarvan Sports Centre for men and the Dungarvan Boxing club pavilion (by kind permission) for the Ladies. All race Goodie bags and Shirts will be awarded when runners cross the finishing line. Presentation of prizes will take place at the Sports centre where teas and sandwiches will be provided. The course used for this race is regarded as one of the fastest 10-mile courses in the country. If it's your first attempt at a 10 miler or if personal bests are your goal this race is the one for you, over a fast course at the classic 10-mile distance. The event organisers were delighted to once again be associated with our main sponsors Quantum Life and we thank Mel Shanley for his ongoing involvement with this prestigious event. This year's race through the kind sponsorship of Quantum Life and the support from Dungarvan Town Council we will see substantial cash prizes for the top runners with the first Lady and Man getting €400 each plus €250 to the first athlete to break either course record. Substantial cash prizes will follow down throughout the categories .Get your entry in today.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Kerry...Press Release for the 'Good Friday Run' in Killarney on the 2nd of April 2010

The Good Friday Run 2010

Press Release

One not to miss - Under the Killarney Starlight on Good Friday 2nd April 2010.

The official launch of The Good Friday Run took place on Sunday the 13th of December at Feet First (Running & Walking specialists), High Street, Killarney. The Feet First team are delighted that Gneevenguilla Athletic Club have leant their support in securing an AAI permit for the event. They would also like to thank The Killarney Gardai and Killarney Town Council in their assistance for the event.

Feet First hope that Killarney will become the hub for running in 2010, and that the town and local businesses will benefit from the event. The organisers hope that the event can combine fun runners, joggers, club athletes and top class internationals competing over a fast 5 mile course through the streets of Killarney by night.

To register for the event register via the website or download a registration form from the website. Numbers are limited for this event.

This year “The Good Friday Run” will benefit The Kerry Stars and Down Syndrome Kerry. The Stars Special Olympics Club was formed in September 2002 by a group of families. Its objective was and still is to provide athletes with special needs the opportunity to be productive and respected members of society through participation in an all year round sports and competition programme. This in turn creates a more positive self image, inclusion, enjoyment and new friendships for the athletes. The Kerry Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland supports people with Down Syndrome and their families. The branch is organised and run by parents and siblings and activities and services represent the wishes of our members. The main services that we provide are speech therapy, occupational therapy and supported employment. We also run swimming classes, junior and senior Christmas parties, summer banquets and family fun day and other social activities. Their aim is to help each individual develop their full potential and make their futures as bright and independent as possible.

Each online entry will automatically receive a sponsorship card for these charities.

Race Details: This event is being professionally timed by Red Tag Timing. The first man and woman will receive €400 each with an additional bonus of setting the course record for next year. Prizes will be on offer to all category winners and everyone who takes part in the event receives a substantial goody bag. The entry fee to this unique event is €20.

The race will also have a specific emphasis on promoting physical activity and introducing newcomers to the sport of running and a number of initiatives with Fit 4 Life Groups, training groups and individual training beginning in the New Year. There will be a strong family emphasis to this event where Feet first have incorporated a Number of Family events taking place throughout the evening including a children’s egg and spoon race to incorporate the Easter festivities.

So put the 2nd of April down on your running/New Year’s Resolution calendar and take part in what will be a very special road race through the streets of Killarney. This is a preregistered event so remember get your entry in as soon as possible as places are limited.

For Further Information: Contact Catriona at Feet First on 087 2851266, 064 6627422 or log onto

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Tipp...Clonmel 4 mile race cancelled - Sun 10th Jan 2009

Due the the continuing bad weather, the Tony O'Connell 4 Mile Road Race in Clonmel has been cancelled. A new date of Sunday the 24th of January has been set for this race.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Mallow '10' Cancelled...!!

The Mallow 10 mile road race which was supposed to take place on Sunday, the 10th of January has been cancelled. The organisers hope to hold it at a later date.

Mallow '10' Cancelled...!!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Waterford...Latest Press Release regarding the Dungarvan '10' race

It looks as if West Waterford AC are getting a huge number of entries for their 10 mile road race at the end of the month. Just a reminder that this year, it is PRE-ENTRY ONLY!!! You cannot enter on the day. You can enter online if you wish but a good option is to enter next Sunday at the Mallow 10 race where West Waterford will have an entry desk.

Press Release...
West Waterford Athletic Club are delighted with the huge entry received to date for there Quantum Life Dungrvan 10 on January 31st at 1 PM (race number 2 in the Michael Roche carpets spring
series and also race number 2 in the John Buckley Munster Classics series ) At this stage, the entries have well exceeded our target and with this in mind we remind all those wishing to make the trip to Dungarvan on January 31st that entries both postal and online will close on Monday January 18th. We will accept no entries after this date and no entries will be accepted on the day of the race. The club will be taking entries at the Mallow 10 mile road race on Sunday next January 10th.

Mr Mel Shanley Quantum Life sponsors of the upcoming Dungarvan 10 mile road race is pictured presenting Pat Frisby with his race number. Pat was the first athlete to enter the race online at also in photo is Deputizing Dungarvan town mayor Cllr Ann Marie Rossiter.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Kerry...Results of the Beaufort 10k - Fri 1st Jan 2010

It looks as if the road race went ahead in Beaufort despite the low temperatures. By all acconts, the course was mainly clear of any ice. The results are shown below with a race report from Donal O'Donoghue...

The 22nd annual Beaufort 10k, organized by Star of the Laune AC, took place today, Friday the 1st of January.
After many events were cancelled at Christmas, this was a last chance to get in a competitive race over the holiday period.

Last year's event was at a chilly 6C. This year, New Year's Day forecasts differed, but eventually on the day, it was *minus* 2C, but calm, dry and slightly overcast.
There was the appearance of frost on every field and hedgerow, but the most important thing was that the roads themselves were virtually ice free. None the less, warnings were given at the start, to exercise due care.

84 people finished the race this year, which was down somewhat on the 98 that competed last year.
However I believe it was due more to nationwide driving-conditions, rather than fear of the cold on the course itself. Despite this, there were runners from as far away as Dublin and even France & Slovakia!

The course itself was over 10k, on very quiet roads, and marked in metric at each kilometre. It started started outside the Beaufort Garda Station, and ending outside the Community Centre. There was only one real icy patch in the last kilometre, which was clearly marked out by traffic cones. There was a water station at 5k, but given the very cold temperatures, many declined ;o)
Unlike last year, there was no severe wind on the course. However there were very few onlookers.

The local Community Centre was the hub of activity, hosting registration and some much appreciated refreshments and prize-giving. As an indication of the very cold temperatures, the pipes feeding the kitchen were frozen, and locals had to bring buckets of water, to make hot tea!

All runners received a commemorative tee-shirt, and all finishers received pint of Milk from Lee Strand Co-Op.

The Charles O'Shea Memorial Cup was awarded to the overall finisher, Ciaran O'Lionaird of Leevale AC, who finished streets ahead, in a time of 30:15, which is an amazing 4:52/mile -- despite the arctic temperatures!
This performance makes him the 2nd fastest overall finisher in the 22 races.
In second place was Cian Murphy of Iveragh AC, despite being faster than his winning time in 2009.

Lizzie Lee, was the first lady home, finishing 8th overall, nearly 4 minutes ahead of last year's winner, making it a double for Leevale AC. Gneeveguilla AC had the largest club entry, and took many prizes. Race organizer Mike Mangan led the Star of the Laune AC, taking 23rd position. John Walshe of Ballycotton Running Promotions was also on hand to take entries and produce some prompt results.

There were prizes in many categories, including a special category for local people from Beaufort, and even a special prize for Garda Enda who supervised!

It was announced that Star of the Laune AC will be holding their annual Summer race at Kilgobnet on the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Donal O'Donoghue

Update..........There is a slideshow of photos by Gearoid O'Laoi available HERE.

Charles O'Shea Memorial Cup BEAUFORT '10K'

Friday 1 January 2010. 2:00pm

Place Time Name Team Race Age Category min/mile
1 0:30:15 O'LIONAIRD, Ciaran Leevale AC M 04:52.0 222
2 0:32:39 MURPHY, Cian Iveragh AC M 05:15.2 240
3 0:33:33 O'LEARY, Ian Dundrum South Dublin AC M40 05:23.8 215
4 0:33:40 FITZGERALD, Arthur Farranfore-Maine Valley AC M 05:25.0 284
5 0:35:05 KING, Brendan Iveragh AC M40 05:38.6 280
6 0:35:49 O'BRIEN, Billy Riocht AC M35 05:45.7 220
7 0:36:06 EGAN, Francie Gneeveguilla AC M 05:48.5 247
8 0:36:09 LEE, Lizzie Leevale AC F 05:48.9 208
9 0:36:29 CAHALANE, Sean Gneeveguilla AC M35 05:52.2 270
10 0:36:53 O'SHEA, Patrick Iveragh AC M55 05:56.0 275
11 0:37:17 DORAN, James Riocht AC M 05:59.9 212
12 0:37:43 BARRETT, John Gneeveguilla AC M40 06:04.1 217
13 0:38:06 FOLEY, John unatt/Listry M 06:07.8 261
14 0:38:09 DINAN, Paul St. Finbarrs AC M50 06:08.3 283
15 0:38:13 BARRY, Kenneth unatt/Mallow M 06:08.9 269
16 0:39:19 MAHONY, Tomas West Waterford AC M40 06:19.5 258
17 0:39:35 MCCARTHY, Fergus unatt/Firies M 06:22.1 268
18 0:39:49 HARRINGTON, Maureen Riocht AC F 06:24.3 241
19 0:40:06 MURPHY, Humphrey Riocht AC M45 06:27.1 218
20 0:40:16 MCDONNELL, Edward Mallow AC M35 06:28.7 292
21 0:40:46 MAHONY, Maire unatt/Old Parish F35 06:33.5 257
22 0:41:09 CARROLL, Denis Eagle AC M50 06:37.2 273
23 0:41:26 MANGAN, Mike Star Of The Laune AC M50 06:40.0 276
24 0:41:48 MURPHY, Seamus Gneeveguilla AC M40 06:43.5 274
25 0:42:00 MCKENZIE-BASS, Hugh Gneeveguilla AC M 06:45.4 238
26 0:42:01 O'CONNOR, Mary Riocht AC F40 06:45.6 219
27 0:42:02 MCBRIDE, David unatt/Castlelyons M35 06:45.7 256
28 0:42:05 O'SHEA, Cormac unatt/Beaufort M 06:46.2 242
29 0:42:09 COFFEY, Philip Carraig na bhFear AC M35 06:46.9 211
30 0:42:13 O'SULLIVAN, Gerard unatt/Killarney M 06:47.5 255
31 0:42:17 CORRIDON, Tony unatt/Tralee M 06:48.2 246
32 0:42:29 RUSSELL, David Gneeveguilla AC M 06:50.1 221
33 0:43:03 GALBRAITH, John unatt/Beaufort M 06:55.6 204
34 0:43:10 MORGAN, Ger unatt/Kenmare M40 06:56.7 226
35 0:43:18 ANGLAND, Matty Gneeveguilla AC M50 06:58.0 209
36 0:43:37 DENNEHY, Anthony Star Of The Laune AC M 07:01.0 205
37 0:43:39 KENNEDY, John unatt/Castlegregory M 07:01.4 264
38 0:43:46 FOLEY, Tony Gneeveguilla AC M40 07:02.5 259
39 0:43:49 HORGAN, Timothy unatt/Killarney M50 07:03.0 278
40 0:44:00 BENSON, Aidan Farranfore-Maine Valley AC M40 07:04.7 260
41 0:44:25 PALMER, Tom unatt/Kenmare M40 07:08.8 225
42 0:44:30 GYVES, Paddy Mallow AC M60 07:09.6 277
43 0:44:40 NEUPAUER, Fradisek unatt/Slovakia M50 07:11.2 254
44 0:44:46 O'KELLY, Aidan Tralee Harriers M45 07:12.1 213
45 0:45:49 WALSHE, John East Cork AC M55 07:22.3 202
46 0:45:50 MURPHY, Caroline Gneeveguilla AC F45 07:22.4 245
47 0:45:56 O'CONNELL, Mary Gneeveguilla AC F35 07:23.4 262
48 0:45:56 O'SHEA, Michael Duhallow AC M45 07:23.4 214
49 0:46:35 CLEARY, Patrick unatt/Tralee M60 07:29.7 251
50 0:46:40 SCANLON, Danny unatt/Castlegregory M 07:30.5 265
51 0:46:49 BRENNAN, Michael unatt/Ballincollig M40 07:31.9 281
52 0:47:36 SHINE, Donie Duhallow AC M55 07:39.5 271
53 0:47:40 O'SHEA, Ian unatt/Beaufort M35 07:40.1 291
54 0:48:21 MURPHY, Sean unatt/Killorglin M 07:46.7 295
55 0:48:30 MCCARTHY, Aidan unatt/Firies M 07:48.2 267
56 0:48:36 TWOMEY, Jerry Duhallow AC M50 07:49.1 272
57 0:48:54 HEALY, Brian Midleton AC M45 07:52.0 203
58 0:48:56 O'SULLIVAN, Suzanne Riocht AC F35 07:52.4 244
59 0:49:13 DALY, Anne Gneeveguilla AC F35 07:55.1 290
60 0:49:17 BRENNAN, Patrick unatt/Killorglin M 07:55.7 201
61 0:49:33 DINEEN, Micheal Gneeveguilla AC M45 07:58.3 229
62 0:49:39 O'DONOGHUE, Donal unatt/Little Island M40 07:59.3 299
63 0:49:58 BARRETT, Breeda Gneeveguilla AC F45 08:02.3 216
64 0:51:40 COLEMAN, John unatt/Cork M40 08:18.7 250
65 0:52:02 JUFFS, Vivian unatt/Killorglin F35 08:22.3 282
66 0:52:05 O'LEARY, Margaret Gneeveguilla AC F40 08:22.8 248
67 0:53:01 BRADLEY, Keith unatt/Cork M 08:31.8 232
68 0:54:43 LAUGIER, Simon unatt/France M 08:48.2 294
69 0:55:25 DALY, Emma Gneeveguilla AC F35 08:54.9 289
70 0:55:29 O'BRIEN, Annette unatt/Firies F35 08:55.6 252
71 0:55:32 FLYNN, Nora Gneeveguilla AC F45 08:56.1 263
72 0:55:55 GRIFFIN, Stephen unatt/Beaufort M35 08:59.8 293
73 0:56:32 GRANTFIELD, Elaine unatt/Killorglin F 09:05.7 297
74 0:56:40 FENTON, Liz unatt/Killarney F 09:07.0 286
75 0:56:41 O'DONOGHUE, Eleanor unatt/Beaufort F35 09:07.2 296
76 1:00:08 O'CONNELL, Mary T Gneeveguilla AC F 09:40.5 287
77 1:00:09 O'SHEA, Anna-Marie unatt/Kenmare F40 09:40.6 206
78 1:01:26 MORIARTY, Ciaran unatt/Killorglin M 09:53.0 298
79 1:05:20 MCGILLICUDDY, Liz unatt/Killarney F45 10:30.7 288
80 1:05:21 CAHILL, Denise unatt/Killorglin F 10:30.8 224
81 1:06:05 AMERLIMG, Courtney unatt/New York F45 10:37.9 279
82 1:06:07 PADDELL, Norman unatt/Newcastle West M50 10:38.2 243
83 1:07:02 TOHER, Mary Midleton AC F50 10:47.1 266
84 1:07:03 O'SULLIVAN, Joan Gneeveguilla AC F50 10:47.3 210

WHEELCHAIR: FORDE, Jerry Blarney-Inniscarra AC M55

Organised by Star of the Laune AC

Results produced by Ballycotton Running Promotions.