Inter Club Cross Country Winners

A massive well done to all the U/6 to U/18 athletes who took part in the Inter Club Cross Country Challenge in Littleton on Friday night last.  A total of 88 juveniles represented the club and after a great competition between the four clubs of Moyne, Moycarkey-Coolcroo, Coolquill and Moyglass it resulted in the Club winning the perpetual trophy as overall competition winners.  Congratulations to each and every athlete who did their part on the night.  A huge thanks must go to all the parents for bringing the children to the event and supporting and helping on the night.  The presentation of medals will take place at training on Friday night.  The following were those that represented the club:- Grace Nicholson, Ella McGinley, Molly Jones, Ciara O’Dwyer, Caít Bergin, Gavin Doyle, Danny Reddan, Billy Flanagan, Maria Doyle, Máiread Duggan, Cara O’Dwyer, Olive Spillane Leane, Sheena Cornally, Abbie Davy, Réiltín Morrissey, Mary Kate Ely, Isabella Jones, Leah Daly, Aoibheann O’Dwyer, Eleanor Doyle, Cathal O’Halloran, Aidan Bourke, Will Walsh, Jack Guilfoyle, Leo Cleere, Joey Doyle, Rogan Lyons, Max Doyle, Alanna Spillane, Sarah McGinley, Blathnaid Lloyd, Orla Duggan, Meabh Leahy, Dearbhla Gleeson, Frank Doyle, Seán Boland, Cody Doyle, Sean Lyons, Fred Power,  Jack Flanagan, Lorcan Bourke, Shane Bourke, Adam Phelan, Luke Walsh, Gerard Daly, Mark O’Shea, Adam Spillane Leane, John Cleere, Jack Gleeson, Eamon Hayden, Alfie Nicholson, John Delaney, Anna Daly, Amy Reddan, Helen Cleere, Mia O’Dwyer, Eva Cornally, Louise Hickey, Tara Gleeson, Aaron McLoughlin, David Doyle, Liam Ryan, Jake Bowe, Cathal Guilfoyle, Martin Cleere, Finn Jones, Cormac Burke, Lucy Doyle, Cathy Hogan, Emma Gleeson, Aoife Dwyer, Áine Duggan, Philip Hayes, Gavin Ryan, Eanna Guilfoyle, Cian Dunne, Niamh Ryan, Aoibheann Duggan, Shannon Boland, Aisling Dwyer, Brian O’Callaghan, Dylan McLoughlin, Seán Burke, Róisín Daly, Nathan Bowe.

County Cross Country Championships

Sunday next, 2nd October, is the start of the 2016/2017 cross country season.  The County U/8, U/10, U/12, U/14, U/16 and U/18 juvenile championships take place along with the County Novice Ladies and Men. The venue is Hayes’ Farm, Middlepiece, Two-Mile-Borris and the first race gets underway at 12 noon sharp. We hope that all our juvenile athletes will make an effort to attend and to support each other throughout the day. All those taking part should be at the venue by 11.15am at the latest to walk the course, collect jerseys and numbers and have a warm-up prior to their races.

The club also will have teams in both the novice ladies and men’s events which take place directly after the juvenile programme and it would be a great boost for this group of athletes if people could stay and support them on the day.

County Primary Schools Cross Country Championships

Best wishes to all our athletes who will represent their schools at the County Championships in Thurles on Wednesday next.

Couch to 5K

The club are continuing the Couch to 5k training once again each Monday, Wednesday and Friday night at 8pm. A new training programme has been devised for those who successfully completed the 5k last week and will be available to anyone interested in continuing on. If you are interested in joining the group you will be most welcome and again the original training programmes are still available and can be updated for those wishing to walk, jog or run.

Club Lotto

Congratulations to Mick Hickey and Cathal O’Halloran our winners this week. Your continued support of the lotto is very much appreciated and is our way of raising the funds necessary to repay the loan taken out for the track re-development.

Inter Club Cross Country Challenge

This annual event takes place in the new sports facility in Littleton on Friday night next 23rd September at 7pm sharp. All athletes from U/6 to U/16 are asked to be in Littleton at 6.30pm at the latest. As this is a team event we hope that all members will make a special effort to attend. Because of this no training will take place on Friday night.

Couch to 5K

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the 5k on Sunday. We had over 20 people in the event and each person did themselves proud by their achievement. Everyone was home within 34 minutes which is a great result. For those interested in continuing on, training will continue to take place each Monday, Wednesday and Friday night at 8pm as before.  Hope to see you all there.

Club Lotto

Congratulations to Leona Doyle, Paddy Daly and Mairead O’Dwyer our winners this week. Many thanks to everyone for their continued support.

Autumn 5k

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The club held a very successful Autumn 5k today with a total of 110 people racing, running, jogging and walking the Burma Route.  At the head of the field it was a very competitive affair with four athletes setting the pace from the whistle but shortly before the second kilometre John Treacy, Thurles Crokes upped the pace to draw clear.  He maintained his pace for the remainder of the race to cross the line in first place in a time of 16.26.  Garet McGlinchy, Dundrum got the better of Shane Scully, Nenagh Olympic for second in a time of 16.53 compared to 17.06 for Shane. James Maher, Templemore AC finished strongly in fourth in 17.21 followed by the first club man home Stephen Flanagan who clocked 18.12.  Fred Crowley of Thurles Crokes finished 6th in 18.17 just ahead of Keith Butler, Nenagh Olympic in 18.22.  Young Nathan Bowe of the host club finished an excellent 8th in 18.50 closely tracked by another clubman Liam Kelly in 18.58.

A top ten place was the reward for Linda Grogan, Dundrum who claimed the ladies title with a great run in 19.03. Having a superb run for second place was local athlete Lorraine Healy who crossed the line in 19.24 with Ciara Cummins, Nenagh Olympic taking third in 20.12.  Eileen McCullagh, Thurles Crokes returned to racing with a great fourth place in 20.58 with Ali O’Connor, St. Finbarr’s in fifth with a time of 21.07 ahead of club athlete Louise Fogarty in 21.15.  Seventh place went to Linda Keane in 22.05 with another young athlete from the club, Roisin Daly finishing 8th in 22.23.  The top ten in the ladies race were completed by club athlete Brigid Gleeson and Templemore’s Roisin Maher in 22.41 and 22.49 respectively.

This race also saw the club’s Couch to 5k group of ladies and men taking on the 5k having completed the training programme over the past number of weeks.  Everyone who took part did exceptionally well with the likes of Noel Maher, Piercetown finishing in 23.35 to lead the group home in an excellent 45th place.  Helena Loughnane, Gortnahoe finished in 27.05 followed by PJ Ryan in 27.31 and Marian Jones in 27.41.  Amongst the many others to take part for the group were  Mairead Maher, Helena Maher, Mary Creedon, Sarah Everard and Catherine Henderson.  Approximately 20 members took part, some running for the very first time, and all completed the course in less than 34 minutes which is exceptional running from everyone.

Our thanks to all who helped out in any way with the running of the event.  Everyone’s time and effort is appreciated by the club and indeed by those taking part.  See full results above.

Couch to 5k

Training for the Couch to 5k group will take place at the earlier time of 6.45pm on Friday night.  We would be delighted if all participants could make it to the Sportsfield at that time.

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