Wednesday night last saw the third night of the Burma Challenge and this was the handicap night where the last runners/walkers went off first and the first went off last. Just over 19 minutes later the first of field came into view and within the next couple of minutes nearly all of the field had crossed the finish line. The best time of the night was recorded by Liam Kelly who ran 15.40 over 43 seconds faster than the first night. Richard Daly and Jack Moore were both timed at 16.15 while Paul Bowe finished on 16.44 with Harry Hogan on 16.48. Best of the ladies was Susan Fogarty on 19.38 with Roisin Daly finishing on 19.42. Liz Power was timed at 20.04 while Ber Spillane and Lisa Quinlan ran 21.23. Others to make an impression were Harry Hogan who was over a minute better than the first night recording 16.48, Diarmuid Molumby recorded 18.44 nearly three minutes faster, Sinead Tynan and Karen O’Driscoll were also well up on their times of the first week finishing on 22.33 and 22.34 respectively. Moyneard are in the lead in the team competition on a time of 154.57 with Longorchard in second place on 157.17 and Killoran third on 161.53. The other 11 teams are all lined up behind and with the relay taking place this Wednesday there is still plenty of time for changes to take place. Each of the five people on the team will run on the relay with approximately 1k per person so it is important that all members are there on Wednesday night. The presentation of trophies will take place immediately afterwards as everyone enjoys the refreshments and our thanks to all who have supplied eats and treats to date.