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Cork City Marathon Report and Results - April 1984

 Report and Results of Cork City Marathon 1984

Cork

Monday April 23rd 1984

 

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This article, by John Walshe, appeared in The Echo, on Tuesday June 16th 2020

 

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Controversy in the 1984 Cork City Marathon as both winners were disqualified over breaking rules on logos


by John Walshe

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Jerry Kiernan Wins 1984 Cork City Marathon

 

The Olympic Year of 1984 promised much for Irish athletics.

The previous August, Eamon Coghlan had won the 5000m at the inaugural World Championships, with Regina Joyce seventh in the marathon.

At the ’84 World Cross-Country, John Treacy showed he was getting back to his best when finishing 13th place.

The Los Angeles Olympic Marathon was being touted as the most eagerly awaited race ever at the distance. To qualify for this classic was the aim of Ireland’s leading exponents, as the year made famous by George Orwell got underway.

A major coup for the organisers and sponsors of the third Cork City Marathon came when the Irish governing body BLE designated it the national championship, incorporating the Olympic trial.

With this added boost, entries showed a big increase to almost 1,500. “It will be the most competitive race of its kind to be held in Ireland for years,” declared BLE President Paddy MGovern in the race programme.

For the elite, BLE had set stiff times of 2:14 (men) and 2:35 (women) as Olympic qualifying standards. The race was seen as the big showdown between Cork holder Jerry Kiernan and three-time national champion Dick Hooper.

Kiernan had already won the national cross-country, at Kilmacow, in February, while Hooper, as was his style, had concentrated solely on the 26.2 mile distance. Ever meticulous with his preparation, the Raheny-man even travelled down to Cork to train on the route.

The weather on this Easter Monday was unseasonably warm, with the date of April 23 being later than normal. The course was unchanged from the previous year and when the gun cracked on the South Mall, Kiernan immediately took the lead.

 

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After the first mile, he had only Donie Walsh for company, with daylight stretching between them and a group which included Hooper, Ray Treacy, Bulgarian Nemov Stanimar and Galway’s Jimmy Fallon.

Kiernan reached three miles in 14:46, with Walsh dropping back to the chasers. At five miles, reached in 24:36, Kiernan was 150 yards clear, with the group now working together in an effort to close the gap.

Nearing the Regional Hospital, Hooper surged clear and started to eat into Kiernan’s lead. The gap was down to 11 seconds at 12 miles, with Hooper occasionally checking his watch, and the splits written on his arm. Coming into the city, Kiernan started to pull away again, and was over a half-minute clear at 15 miles reached in 74:42.

Along with the warm sunshine, the runners also had a strong easterly breeze to contend with as they headed down the Marina. Coming up to 19 miles, Kiernan appeared to be in some sort of distress, almost coming to a halt. After passing 20 miles in 1:40:48, he was forced to stop on two occasions.

Although word of Kiernan’s plight had reached Hooper, there wasn’t much he could do about it. “I was getting reports back, but I had hit the wall myself at 12 miles. It was a bad run for me,” he related afterwards.

With two miles left of this epic encounter, Kiernan’s lead was just 28 seconds, and it looked like he was just about going to hang on. However, coming into the South Mall, with the finish in sight, he had to stop again to ease the leg cramps.

With the large crowd urging him on, and the thought of final release in sight, he crossed the line a relieved man, just nine seconds ahead of the equally gallant Hooper.

In the circumstances, the times of 2:14:30 and 2:14:39 were remarkable. “There must have been 50 times when I thought I was not going to finish,” admitted Kieran. “I had cramps everywhere.”

Almost unnoticed, Gerry Deegan had finished strongest of all, to take third, in 2:18:20.

Once again, the spectacle up front took from the women’s race, where Emily Dowling was determined to make an attempt on the standard of 2:35. But the strong breeze coming up to 18 miles slowed her and, after reaching 20 miles in 2:03, she realised she wasn’t going to achieve her aim and retired.

Her DCH team-mate Deirdre Nagle didn’t realise she was in the lead until nearing the South Mall, and was therefore surprised to take her first marathon win, in a time of 2:48:26, over a minute clear of Christine Kennedy from Galway.

In third, after attracting a lot of pre-race publicity as the local hope, 1983 winner Lucy O’Donoghue recorded a personal best of 2:56:06 after moving up from 12th at halfway.

As the remaining finishers struggled to cross the line in various states of exhaustion and exhilaration, they were unaware of the drama unfolding alongside them in the Imperial Hotel.

Because the size of the advertising logos on Kiernan’s and Deirdre Nagle’s vests transgressed the IAAF rules, the two winners were disqualified. The ironic fact was that both were wearing adidas apparel, the sponsor of the marathon.

 


An exhausted Jerry Kiernan rests after winning the 1984 Cork City Marathon.

“It’s not our ruling,” pointed out Eddie Spillane, PRO of BLE. “It is an IAAF rule and all athletes are aware of it. Before the race, officials approached individual athletes and told them they were wearing illegal vests.”

It also put the Cork County Board and its chairman Reg Hayes in a quandary as adidas sponsored the Board, along with most of the races in the county. The decision was also not lost on Michael O’Connell of adidas who called on BLE to clarify the position regarding sponsorship in writing.

But it wasn’t over yet.

At the prize presentation, Dick Hooper was declared the winner of the National Championship. When presented with the winning trophy and medal, he turned and handed it to Kiernan and in a brief emotional speech said: “As much as it breaks my heart, I didn’t win this race and I now hand over the trophy to the real winner.”

The packed room broke into thunderous roars of applause and both Kiernan and Hooper were given standing ovations, much to the obvious embarrassment of the BLE officials.

There was a happy ending later when Kiernan and Hooper were both selected for the Olympics. Often much maligned for their selection policies, BLE for once played a trump card by awarding the third spot to John Treacy who went on to take the silver medal on that unforgettable August evening on the streets of Los Angeles.

Running the race of his life, Kiernan finished a magnificent ninth in what was the greatest marathon line-up in Olympic history.

His performance was understandably overshadowed by Treacy’s silver and the publicity he received paled in comparison to the front page news which dominated from that warm Easter Monday four months before.

 

RESULTS Summary

MEN

1 Jerry Kiernan 2.14.30; 2 Dick Hooper 2.14.39; 3 Gerry Deegan 2.18.20; 4 Paddy Murphy 2.19.03; 5 Nemov Stanimar 2.19.25; 6 Martin Deane 2.19.53; 7 John Bolger 2.20.13; 8 Greg Hannon 2.21.29; 9 John Griffin 2.23.26; 10 Murt Coleman 2.23.57.

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Deirdre Nagle crosses the line at the Cork City Marathon in 1984

 

WOMEN

1 Deirdre Nagle 2.48.26; 2 Christine Kennedy 2.49.46; 3 Lucy O’Donoghue 2.56.04; 4 Audrey O’Brien 2.58.35; 5 Catherine Hennessy 3.00.14; 6 Nuala Logan 3.00.37.

 

Other well-known names among the finishers included:

Youghal native Christy Crowley won a silver team medal with Raheny when finishing 29th in 2:33:58.

Another Youghal man, George Walsh, just made the top sixty in a time of 2:45:21.

Seamus Casey of the Naval Service, now part of the Cork BHAA committee, ran 3:02:22 in his first-ever race.

Peter Gaffney from Mallow, another regular on the road race circuit, finished in 3:07:26.

Denis (DD) Murphy from Glanmire was close behind in a time of 3:08:14 with well-known shoe repairer Noel Muckley recording 3:08:37.

The late Tom Rawley finished in 3:09:18, just ahead of Stephen Murphy - then of Leevale, now with Rising Sun – who ran 3:09:28.

Christy O’Driscoll from Dublin Hill had a time of 3:15:52 with Joe Murphy from Eagle on 3:17:01 and Michael O’Connell of team Adidas recording 3:17:15.

Tim-Joe Buckley from Donoughmore ran 3:18:58, with Mary Murphy from Mallow taking the Munster Championship bronze medal in 3:19:50.

Tony Huff from Blackrock (3:32:05) was five seconds ahead of Denis Ryan (3:32:10).

 Patrick Buckley of St Finbarr’s AC, now chairman of the Cork Athletics County Board, finished in 3:42:52.




Irish Times Report April 5th 1983

 

 Jerry Kiernan crosses the line in the South Mall

 

 

Front Page - Irish Times Tuesday April 24th 1984

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Winners Disqualified


There was an unprecedented development in the Irish Marathon Championship in Cork yesterday, when Gerry Kiernan was disqualified after crossing the line first in 2 hours 14 min's 30 secs. Kiernan, a Dublin schoolteacher, was judged to have broken the international rule governing the size of the lettering of advertising material on His singlet and the race was awarded to Dick Hooper, of Raheny.


"It was an unpopular action to have to take, but we were merely implementing the rule handed down by the governing body, the International Amateur Athletics Federation,” said BLE official Eddie Spillane.


Delrdre Nagle, the winner of the women's race, was also disqualified for wearing three advertising logos instead of the permitted one, on her singlet.

 

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Irish Times reports Tuesday April 24th 1984


Irish Runner Report - May 1984, Vol 4, No 4, P16-21

 

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It was very clear from the start of the adidas Cork City Marathon, on Easter Monday, that the defending champion, Jerry Kiernan was leaving nothing to chance, and that he was out to run his opposition into the ground.


Kiernan had come to Cork in a confident mood, and he was anxious to add the National B.L.E. Marathon Title to his National Cross-Country Victory and complete a unique double. Once the gun cracked in the South Mall, he chased into the lead and, at the first mile mark, he had already established some daylight between himself and a group that included Dick Hooper, the Bulgarian, Nemov Stanimar, Ray Treacy and Jimmy Fallon. At this point, Kiernan had only former National Marathon Champion Donie Walsh for company, and already he seemed to be establishing a very fluent rhythm.

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Heading down The Mall, just after the 'off'

 

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Donie Walsh and Jerry Kiernan


The second mile took just 4:55, and Kiernan’s split for two miles was 9:47, just ahead of Donie Walsh, who was beginning to fade off the hot pace even at this early stage. Kiernan kept up his relentless pace and, at three miles, he was well clear of Walsh who was now joined by a chasing group, who were beginning to form a good working unit, but who were still losing ground to the Clonliffe Harriers runner.

 

cork city marathon 1984 a photo irish runner brian tanseyEarly stages, in Anglesea St
Kiernan led through four miles, in 19:40, and was 16 seconds ahead of a group made up of Robert Costello, Jimmy Fallon, Nemov Stanimar and four times National Marathon Champion Dick Hooper. Then there was a gap back to Donie Walsh and Donie’s brother Michael, and Ray Treacy, who were running together ahead of Jim McGlynn. Further back came Greg Harmon, the Craig brothers, Neil Cusack, and then another gap to Danny McDaid and Eamonn Tierney, who were running together. Tony Ryan (Dungarvan) was next, just ahead of John Griffin (Tralee) and Paddy Murphy (Kildare).

 

cork city marathon 1984 c photo irish runner brian tanseyThe chasing pack in Turner's Cross


At six miles, (29:40) Kiernan had close to two hundred yards on a close knit group of Fallon, Hooper, Costello and the Bulgarian but this group, who were working well together, appeared to be capable of holding him in their sights. Michael Walsh and Ray Treacy came next ahead of Johnny Bolger, Jim McGlynn, Greg Hannon, Neil Cusack and Donie Walsh.
The Craig brothers, Martin Deane and Tony Ryan were now together further back, ahead of Damian McCay, John Griffin, Danny McDaid and Eamonn Tierney.


Just after seven and a half miles, Hooper and Costello detached themselves from the chasing group and, coming near the regional Hospital, Hooper surged clear and began to determinedly cut into Kiernan’s lead.


The Raheny man looked strong, and he could be seen checking his watch, and also his planned splits that he had written up along his arm.


At nine miles Hooper had eaten into Kiernan’s lead and there was just twenty seconds separating them (44:35), (44:55), with Costello back in third (45:04) ahead of Nemov, Fallon, Michael Walsh, Ray Treacy, Greg Hannon, Jim McGlynn, Johnny Bolger, Paul Craig and Donie Walsh.


Pairs Lead
Hooper had cut the lead down to 11 seconds at twelve miles and, in the press bus, the general opinion was that he was getting ready for the big swoop. He had worked well on his pace, and he was running with the same style and vigour that saw him set the fastest marathon on Irish soil in Limerick in 1982.


It was just after this point, however, that Kiernan picked up the pace again and, once again, we saw the gap widen. The gap had yawned to 19 seconds at the half way point (65:19 - 65:33) and it was now clear that Hooper had lost his momentum and was dropping back as Kiernan moved into overdrive.


There were still nineteen seconds between himself and Hooper at the fourteen mile mark, on Lavitt’s Quay. Along the quay we could see that Stanimer had now gone into third, ahead of Costello, Fallon and Michael Walsh.


Kiernan stretched the lead still further as he left the city and he had 37 seconds to spare at 15 miles, passed in 74:42.

 

Windy

The leader's pace dropped as he hit the strong wind that was blowing along the Marina, but, as we drew up alongside him in the Press Bus, it appeared that he was still full of running and looked very composed.


Coming up to nineteen miles Kiernan first began to show a chink in his armour as he slowed down, and almost came to a halt on a hill at this point. He appeared to have leg trouble, but he rallied bravely and continued with the task in hand.
The leader was still forty three seconds clear at 20 miles in 1:40:48 and, as he hit the Douglas Road, it seemed that he had rallied from his brief bad patch. However, he was forced to stop again on two occasions before reaching twenty two miles in 1:51:21.


Word of Kiernan’s plight had now gone back to Hooper, and he was closing hard, as Kiernan passed through twenty three miles in 1:56:06. At this point, Kiernan rallied again and his lead was just twenty eight seconds at twenty four miles, and it looked like he was going to hang on.


Kiernan was in trouble again with just three hundred yards of the race remaining, and he again stopped to ease his leg cramp. He now had the finish almost in his sights, and the thought of final release from his agony carried him to a diminishing nine second victory over the gallant Hooper.


The time of 2:14:39 was quite an achievement considering the bad patches that he encountered, and also taking into account the hot weather, and the strong winds that were a slowing factor on some of the course.

 

irish runner dick hooper may 1984 vol 4 no 4Dick Hooper finishing in 2nd place


Hooper’s time of 2:14:39 was a great performance, and one that suggests that he is fully recovered from the injury that sidelined him last vear.


However, Dick was anything but happy with his run, and especially as he felt that as early as ten miles he had the race within his grasp. I just came apart at twelve miles” he said afterwards, and from there on in I had to really gut it.” He felt that he should have taken in a half marathon as part of his race build up, as he had concentrated mainly on lowering his 10k time in the weeks previous to the event. “I had done all the work” he said, “but I feel that a half marathon race a few weeks before the big event would have made a great difference in my performance.


Jerry Kiernan was a relieved man that his big task was over, and he too admitted to having a nightmare run, from just after eighteen miles. He came close to throwing in the towel on a few occasions during the race, but he must have emerged a much stronger runner as a result of the experience. He is going to have to work hard on a solution to his cramping problems and he feels that one remedy to the problem may be to get his shoes specially built for him with special supports included. “I overpronate a lot” he said “and I think that this is part of my prob
lem, when I race in very light shoes. I will definitely be working to overcome the problem”.


irish runner gerry deegan may 1984 vol 4 no 4Third finisher was Gerry Deegan

The top ten placings in the race turned up a few surprises, as runners came through in the second part of the distance. Gerry Deegan created the biggest surprise, as he came through to take third place in 2:18:20 ahead of Paddy Murphy, Kildare, 2:19:03. Nenov Stanimar was fifth, in 2:19:25, and Martin Deane sixth, in 2:19:53.


Gerry Deegan was especially happy with his third placing, as he had run a very cautious race. He still had two bad memories of marathons in Boston and Dublin, where he had experienced bad cramps in his thighs. He was four mintues down, in twelfth place, at 12 miles, but at twenty one miles he was just two and a half minutes behind Kiernan. He ran sub five minute miles from twenty to twenty five miles, despite suffering from a bad stitch. “I sucked in air through my feeding bottle, and I had a terrible stitch from twenty one miles” he said.

irish runner paddy murphy may 1984 vol 4 no 4Paddy Murphy places fourth


Paddy Murphy had also reason to be happy with his run, and he showed that experience is a big factor in marathon running when the chips are down.


With everyone engrossed in Hooper’s withering pursuit of the fugitive and cramp-wracked Kiernan, the action in the ladies was forgotten until the top men had finished, and all the Press saw was the action in the last mile by which point all had been decided. Emily Dowling went clear and, in the early stages, her closely female pursuer was Catherine Hennessey. Next came Deirdre Nagle shadowed by Audrey O’Brien and Nuala Logan, with Christine Kennedy pacing it nicely behind these, with Cork’s Lucy O’Donohue also in contention.

By fifteen miles Emily was two minutes clear of Deirdre who, in turn, was well clear of Christine Kennedy, who had come to the fore, ahead of Audrey, Nuala, Catherine and Lucy. Deirdre Nagle made a pit stop at sixteen miles, but still held second though she enabled Emily Dowling to double her lead. Between twenty and twenty one miles Emily unexpectedly called it a day, leaving Deirdre to come home the winner, ninety seconds clear of Christine Kennedy. With Catherine Hennessey paying for her early prominent showing, Audrey O’Brien shook off Nuala Logan, and went third at the twenty mile mark, but Lucy O’Donohue finished best of all, and overtook Audrey, pushing her back to fourth. Catherine took fifth, ahead of Nuala Logan who was very one paced over the last ten miles.

cork city marathon 1984 deirdre nagleDeirdre Nagle - Womens Winner


Every line of form in the months before the race suggested that Emily Dowling was fittest of all the women taking part, and that the prize was hers for the taking. However, Emily decided that winning was not enough. She made an attempt on the B.L.E. qualifying standard for the Olympic Marathon, which required her to clock 2.35. Alas the form book suggested that this time was totally beyond her and, when around eighteen miles, Emily herself realised that she was not going to make it the shock proved too much.


“I was running with this young lad and, for fifteen miles, we ran 5.55 miles. The breeze along the river between fifteen and eighteen miles was very strong against us. As we headed up the hill at eighteen miles the young fellow glanced at his watch and said to me “We will be 2:3:30 at twenty. I suddenly realised I had fallen way behind. When we got to twenty, they called 2 hrs. 3 mins, and I just stopped. It seemed a long time before Deirdre arrived and I thought — she looks more tired than I am and I tried to get back in after her. I made three attempts but I could not do it. Looking back on it, I suppose I should have kept going and tried to win the race”.


Had Emily kept going she only had to run the last six miles in forty four minutes to win, Deirdre’s time of 2:48:26 was only her third fastest, and four seconds slower than Emily’s best. Saddest of all is the fact that Emily missed the chance to crown a magnificent comeback, after a serious knee injury threatened to end her running career, a year ago. Nevertheless she has the rest of the year to compensate for this disappointment.

Both Kiernan and Deirdre Nagle were disqualified, as BLE invoked the IAAF rule on the wearing of illegal advertising material in a championship race.


The news of the disqualifications was greeted with amazement and resentment by many of the runners assembled at the presentation ceremonies, and it was unfortunate that a technicality had to mar what was otherwise a great sporting occasion. Dick Hooper received loud applause as he handed over the championship trophy to Jerry Kiernan.

The women’s title was awarded to Christine Kennedy but both Jerry Kiernan and Deirdre Nagle received the trophies for the adidas Cork City Marathon.


Although neither Kiernan nor Hooper made the BLE qualifying time of 2:14, they should still be selected for the Olympic marathon. The decision rests with the management committee of BLE, and they will be making their decision at the end of this month. Both runners deserve their place on the team, and it is confidently expected that both runners will be in the line up in LA.

 

Irish Runner Editorial - May 1984, Vol 4, No 4

Editor Frank Greally



The disqualification of Jerry Kiernan and Deirdre Nagle at the BLE National Marathon clearly shows the lack of communication that exists between the B.L.E. management and their affiliated athletes.


The whole affair was handled in a clumsy heavy handed manner by B.L.E., and the stripping of the National Titles from both athletes put a damper on what had been a really top class marathon contest.


It is time that B.L.E., and their affiliated athletes, worked closer together, and there should really be no need to have a situation like the one in Cork arise again.


As the National Governing Body of athletics in Ireland, it is the duty of B.L.E. to enforce IAAF rulings but it is also the duty of the association to give clear directives to athletes by direct contact and not through third hand information.


The time to point out the clear directive on advertising to the top contenders for the marathon title was in the weeks previous to the race and this could have easily been done by means of a letter to the top twenty contenders.


It is ironic that the company who sponsor Jerry Kiernan, and whose logo he was wearing in the race, actually gained more publicity from the disqualification incident than they did from their sponsorship of the event. This company has been the official sponsor for running gear to Irish international teams for a number of years, and it would be expected that a clear guideline regarding the use of advertising logos would have been issued to them by B.L.E.


In the long term interest of athletics in this country, let us open up the lines of communication between officials and athletes.


The sport will be better for it.


Results of the other Cork City Marathons from the 80's

1982

1983

1985 to be added

1986

 

 Results of Cork City Marathon 1984

PosForenameSurnameCatClubTime
1 Jerry J. Kiernan M Clonliffe Harriers 02:14:30
2 Dick Hooper M Raheny Shamrocks 02:14:39
3 Gerry T. Deegan M Waterford City 02:18:20
4 Patrick Murphy M Kildare AC. 02:19:03
5 Nenov Stanimer M   02:19:25
6 Martin G. Deane M Belfast Olympic 02:19:53
7 John P. Bolger M   02:20:13
8 Gregory PI Hannon M Cavehill Duncairn 02:21:29
9 John Thomas Griffin M St. Johns 02:23:26
10 Martin J. Coleman M Liffey Valley 02:23:57
11 Nollaig P. McEntegart M Mullingar 02:24:15
12 Michael M. Treacy M Dublin City Harriers 02:24:38
13 Tony Ryan M Dungarvan AC 02:24:57
14 Michael P. Walsh M Leevale 02:25:31
15 Donal C. Walsh M Leevale AC 02:29:07
16 Peter E. McDermott M Clonliffe Harriers 02:30:15
17 Dick Boland M Slaneyside 02:30:16
18 Damian D. McCay M   02:30:46
19 Michael G. Carey M Leevale AC 02:31:05
20 Patrick Hooper M Raheny Shamrocks 02:31:15
21 Danny McDaid M Letterkenny 02:31:29
22 Christopher B. O'Rellly M   02:31:50
23 Christy M. Ryan M West Tipperary 02:32:11
24 Gerard P. Carr M Metropolitan Harriers 02:32:24
25 Robert E. Gerrity M Galway Harriers 02:32:36
26 John M. Cregan M Croom 02:32:59
27 Richard J. Hodgins M Leevale AC 02:33:28
28 Martin J. Farrell M Thurles Crokes 02:33:55
29 Christopher M. Crowley M Raheny Shamrocks 02:33:58
30 Robert Costelloe M Limerick AC 02:34:38
31 Thomas O'Loughlin M Clonmel AC 02:35:03
32 Robert Taylor M Stockport Harriers 02:35:21
33 Seamus J. Cregan M Croom AC 02:35:47
34 Michael J. Carney M North Sligo AC. 02:35:59
35 Paul G. Brady M Raheny Shamrocks 02:36:36
36 Jack O'Callaghan M Leevale AC 02:36:55
37 Gerard J Faulkner M Metropolitan Harriers 02:37:00
38 Thomas P Breheny M Liffey Valley 02:38:30
39 John A McNiff M Clonliffe 02:39:37
40 Dermot F. O'Driscoll M   02:39:57
41 William M. Hayes M Reenavanna Harriers 02:40:02
42 Patrick J. Kerrigan M Mallow 02:40:31
43 Geoffrey M. Stacey M St. Johns 02:40:38
44 Tom O'Riordan M Quigley AC 02:41:14
45 Jonathan G. Campbell M Raheny Shamrocks 02:41:45
46 Patrick J. Gowen M   02:41:50
47 Thomas Maggen M Red. 02:42:37
48 Sean P. Cotter M   02:42:37
49 Terence Lenehan M   02:42:43
50 Thomas Hughes M Gortahurk AC 02:42:47
51 John Walshe M Midleton 02:42:57
52 Gerald Thomas Naughton M Queens Park Harriers 02:43:10
53 James M. Kenny M   02:43:18
54 Hugh O'Neill M Fermoy Harriers 02:43:18
55 Dominic S. Gallaher M   02:43:30
56 Calm A. Doran M Clonliffe Harriers 02:43:42
57 Unofficial Entry M   23:59:59
58 Thomas J. Carey M Dublin City Harriers 02:45:09
59 George C Walsh M Eastside AC 02:45:20
60 Patrick A. Byrne M Clonliffe Harriers 02:45:41
61 Vincent P. Murtagh M Lucan Harriers AC 02:45:43
62 Billy M Murphy M Clonliffe Harriers 02:45:53
63 Bernard Mangan M Liffey Valley 02:45:56
64 Timothy O'Donovan M Leevale AC 02:46:01
65 Pierce T. O'Mahony M   02:46:11
66 Adam Jones M   02:46:29
67 Michael Bowler M Southend-on-Sea 02:47:07
68 Seamsu O'Droma M Dungarvan AC 02:47:45
69 Noel R. Ahern M   02:48:08
70 Anthony J. O'Connell M Clonmel AC 02:48:19
71 Deirdre Nagle F D.C.H. 02:48:26
72 Michel J. Glennon M Premier 02:48:29
73 Sean P. O'Farrell M Oisin 02:48:35
74 Stephen J Martin M Cork Road Runners 02:48:47
75 Michael J Woulfe M   02:49:00
76 Thomas L. Owens M St. Nicks 02:49:06
77 Nicholas McCabe M Mullingar Harriers 02:49:07
78 Padraig M. Faherty M Inish Maan Aran Isle 02:49:20
79 Diarmuid McCarthy M Bandon A.C 02:49:45
80 Christine Kennedy F Galway City Harriers 02:49:46
81 Anthony P Middleton M Gowran AC 02:49:59
82 Raymond McConnell M Villierstown R.C.. 02:50:00
83 Patrick J. Brown M Oisin AC. 02:50:34
84 Patrick Lawton M Leevale AC 02:50:42
85 Anthony J. Warren M Palacontatlethes 02:51:09
86 Charlos Melia M Rathnew. 02:51:18
87 William C Barrett M Limerick AC 02:51:41
88 Desmond G. McKiernan M Tullamore Harriers 02:51:56
89 Thomas Walsh. M Super-Valu 02:51:58
90 Patrick K. Walsh M Slaneyside 02:51:59
91 Jimmy W. O'Brien M Tralee Jogging 02:52:12
92 Kevin M. Haugh. M   02:52:27
93 Philip Cleary M Liffey Valley 02:52:31
94 Mark Bennett M   02:52:43
95 Gerard A Cantwell M Dungarvan 02:52:44
96 Tony Grimes M   02:52:49
97 Patrick J. O'Neill M St. Finbarrs AC 02:52:59
98 Patrick F. Howard M   02:53:08
99 Shawn C. Gallagher M Ballaghadereen 02:53:18
100 Eugene P. Murphy M   02:53:21
101 William B. O'Riordan M   02:53:23
102 Alan R. Bunworth M Reenavanna Harriers 02:53:33
103 Terence Swords M Oisin 02:53:35
104 Jim Hynes M Finn Valley AC 02:53:39
105 Christopher Keogh M Oisin AC 02:53:44
106 Tom Murphy M Skibbereen. 02:53:45
107 John B. Allexander M   02:54:20
108 Michael M. Collins M   02:54:28
109 Michael T Toomey M Redgate. 02:54:32
110 Joseph P Mulvaney M Donore Harriers. 02:54:46
111 Peter J. Clancy M   02:54:55
112 Liam Moloney M   02:54:59
113 Peter J. Corroon M Mullingar Harriers 02:55:13
114 Kieran T. O'Connor M North Cork 02:55:50
115 Brian D. MacConville M   02:55:52
116 John Flood M   02:56:05
117 Thomas F Bracken M Thurles Crokes 02:56:06
118 Denis P. Hartnett M   02:56:06
119 No Name No Name M   23:59:59
120 Noel M. Raymond M Tralee Jogging 02:56:13
121 Patrick J. Kelly M   02:56:13
122 Gerry Conway M GDA Boat Club. 02:56:25
123 Liam A Kealy M Gowran AC 02:56:27
124 John J. O'Brien M   02:56:34
125 Richard P. Power M Limerick AC 02:56:40
126 Eric F. Crockett M St. Finbarrs AC 02:56:53
127 Jerry P. Lyons M Midleton 02:56:53
128 Patrick J McMahon M Churchullain. 02:56:56
129 Timothy M. Murphy M Cork Road Runners 02:57:02
130 Michel J. O'Riordan M Croom 02:57:31
131 Frank Murphy M   02:57:35
132 Patrick T. Smith M   02:57:38
133 Patrick Bonass M Clonliffe Harriers 02:57:41
134 Patrick Prunty M Tramore 02:57:48
135 Terence Walsh M Slaneyside 02:57:59
136 Roy Ringwood M   02:58:19
137 Michel S Wilcock M   02:58:22
138 Gerard Ryan M Premier AC 02:58:30
139 Audrey M O'Brien M Dublin City Harriers 02:58:35
140 Terence Ryan M North Ossory Harrier 02:58:55
141 Jermiah D. Mohally M Cork Road Runners 02:58:56
142 Noel Vaughan M   02:58:57
143 James E. Kavanagh M Bray Runners. 02:59:03
144 Luke A Philpott M St. Peter & Paul's 02:59:15
145 Daniel V. Cronin M Tullamore Harriers 02:59:18
146 Anthony J. McDonald M Reenavanah 02:59:22
147 David A. Morrisroe M BrayRunners. 02:59:42
148 Daniel M. Massey M West Limerick 02:59:52
149 Gerry A. Harrington M Army 02:59:57
150 Bill D. O'Brien M   03:00:03
151 Anthony Duggan M St. Josephs 03:00:06
152 Catherine Hennessy F Kilkenny 03:00:14
153 Paul Russell M   03:00:19
154 Oliver Stafford M Doncanna 03:00:19
155 William A. O'Mahony M   03:00:28
156 Nuala M Logan. F Limerick AC 03:00:37
157 Robert M. Moorehouse M   03:00:55
158 Terry P Maguire M Civil Service Harriers 03:01:13
159 John G Guirey M Riverstick 03:01:21
160 Tony Duff M Oisin 03:01:36
161 John I. Bessitt M Kilcoole. 03:01:46
162 James Bracken M Wexford. 03:02:05
163 James F. Moran M Mallow 03:02:14
164 Seamus D. Casey M Navy 03:02:22
165 John P. Gahan M   03:02:23
166 Patrick Higgins M Gortahurk AC 03:02:29
167 Desmond R. Lewis M   03:02:30
168 Cormac Lankford M   03:02:32
169 George B. Spicer M Super-Valu 03:02:38
170 David J Olden M St. Finbarrs AC 03:02:43
171 Richard F. Muldoon M Athlone 03:02:43
172 Liam O'Shea M Collins Barracks 03:02:51
173 William M. Flynn M Dungarvan AC 03:02:54
174 John A Kerin M Marian AC 03:02:55
175 Patrick J. Brock M Blackrock AC 03:03:16
176 Michael D. Dalton M Aer Lingus 03:03:20
177 Denis Chambers M Shannon 03:03:26
178 Michael A Brophy M Tramore AC 03:03:50
179 Sean J. Kearns M Crusaders AC 03:04:27
180 Finbarr W. Finnegan M Our Lady's 03:04:31
181 Pascal Goggin M   03:04:38
182 Harry M Burke M Cork Road Runners 03:04:52
183 Tim Hayes M   03:04:54
184 Edwin P. Kearney M   03:05:22
185 Gerard A Wallace M Bray Runner 03:05:35
186 Stephen O'Mahony M   03:05:40
187 Gordon Smyth M   03:05:43
188 David Casey. M   03:05:50
189 Patrick Hegarty M   03:05:58
190 Philip Wright M   03:06:02
191 Frank Fitzgibbon M St. Johns 03:06:03
192 Michael J O'Donovan M   03:06:03
193 Hugh P. McParland M Shannon 03:06:05
194 James A Kennedy M   03:06:18
195 Des Murnane M Crusaders 03:06:29
196 Michael P. Flynn M Super-Valu 03:06:34
197 Joseph A McElliott M   03:06:34
198 William F. Brennan M   03:06:38
199 Bertie O'Connor M Tralee Jogging 03:06:51
200 Neil Kelly M Clonliffe Harriers 03:06:52
201 Jimmy P Crowley M   03:07:08
202 Thomas E. Murphy M St. Finbarrs AC 03:07:08
203 Dermot Shannon M Marian AC 03:07:14
204 Gerald F. Cronin M   03:07:18
205 Hugh Durin. M Clonliffe Harriers 03:07:26
206 Peter R. Gaffney M Mallow Road Runners 03:07:26
207 Noel Dowling M   03:07:29
208 Gerard Macken M   03:07:38
209 Thomas F O'Neill M Cystic Fibrosis 03:07:51
210 Jeremiah P. Quirke M Super-Valu 03:07:52
211 Martin Redmond M Enniscorthy AC 03:07:56
212 John P. Noonan M Oisin 03:07:57
213 Jerry O'Connell M Redgate AC 03:08:10
214 Denis Murphy M Glounthaune AC 03:08:14
215 Daniel J O'Connor M North Cork 03:08:16
216 Eamonn Ryan M Civil Service AC 03:08:34
217 Noel Muckley. M   03:08:37
218 Michael Flannery M St. Nicks 03:08:40
219 Paul J. Carmody M St. Johns 03:08:41
220 Donal J. Corcoran M   03:09:00
221 Patrick Greaney M   03:09:05
222 John O'Grady M St. Finbarrs AC 03:09:13
223 Terence F Smeaton M North Ossory Harriers 03:09:16
224 Thomas M Rawley M   03:09:18
225 Anthony F. O'Flynn M   03:09:20
226 Stephen G Murphy Jnr. M Leevale AC 03:09:28
227 Noel Bernard McHugh M AIB 03:09:33
228 Anthony O'Leary M   03:09:39
229 Philip Ryan M   03:09:47
230 Tony Walsh M Slaneyside 03:09:51
231 Patrick J O'Connor M   03:09:52
232 Thomas N. Fitzpatrick M Oisin 03:09:55
233 Patrrck G Coleman M   03:10:20
234 Francis Flanagan M   03:10:45
235 Liam O Cooper M Youghal 03:10:26
236 Rev. Michael O'Mahony M   03:10:32
237 Eamonn M Mahony M Kilkerrin 03:10:36
238 Colm G. Twohig M Glounthaune 03:10:38
239 John F Moloney M BetSe 03:10:58
240 Michael Walsh M   03:11:11
241 John P O'Connell M   03:11:13
242 John McGuinness M   03:11:17
243 Adrian A Buggie M   03:11:21
244 Timothy E Macey M Waterford City. 03:11:23
245 Unofficial Entry M   23:59:59
246 Richard McCarthy M Ego 03:11:49
247 Liam M. O'Flynn M Coachford AC 03:12:16
248 Leonard B. Harvey M   03:12:16
249 Mary P. Hickey F St. Benedicts. 03:12:17
250 Micael Doyle M Templemore 03:12:27
251 No Name No Name M   23:59:59
252 Nicholas A. Crean M   03:13:35
253 Philip Farrissey M North Cork 03:12:38
254 Brian O'Neill M   03:12:46
255 Dennis J Donovan M London Irish AC 03:12:57
256 Timothy Twomey M Cork Road Runners 03:13:05
257 Patrick J Leddy M North Leitrim AC 03:13:31
258 Dominic G. Devereux M   03:13:36
259 Robert J Tansley M   03:13:37
260 Vincent Ashton M Shannon AC 03:13:50
261 Timothy P. Hinchey M West Tipp Harriers 03:14:03
262 David P. Doyle M North Cork A C 03:14:05
263 John P Brady M Mallow 03:14:12
264 John J. Day M Ringmahon Rangers 03:14:12
265 Frank M. Nash M Redgate 03:14:26
266 Cornelius Traynor M Kenmare 03:14:29
267 William Finuane M   03:14:42
268 Patrick F. Smith M North Sligo A.C 03:14:55
269 Eugene O'Callaghan M   03:14:58
270 Andrew N McLeod M   03:14:59
271 Gerard M Rigney M Limerick Garda 03:14:59
272 Christopher C Creagh M Mullingar Harriers 03:15:03
273 Anthony Linehan M   03:15:05
274 Michael Guilfoyle M   03:15:12
275 Mary E Doyle F Slaneyside 03:15:20
276 Thomas M Fitzgerald M Youghal A C. 03:15:23
277 Robert M. Curtin M   03:15:28
278 Caleb Sheehan M   03:15:44
279 Patrick G. Mackessy M   03:15:46
280 Bartholomew S Whelan M Cystic Fibrosis 03:15:47
281 George T. McAnaspie M Blackrock 03:15:49
282 David N. Magnier M Tralee 03:15:50
283 Hugh J. Ryan M   03:15:51
284 Chris P O'Driscoll M Cork Health Studio 03:15:52
285 Timothy Griffin M Cork Regional College 03:16:10
286 Richard Abecassis M   03:16:13
287 Paddy Quirke M Croom AC 03:16:24
288 Tony Fahy M Tuam A.C 03:16:32
289 Tom Ryan M Riverstick 03:16:36
290 John Enright M   03:16:47
291 Patrick J. Lynch M   03:16:50
292 Peter M Devine M Dublin City Harriers 03:16:52
293 John D. O'Callaghan M Leevale AC 03:16:53
294 William J. Coveney M Bandon Athletic 03:16:56
295 Kevin Kelly M   03:16:59
296 Thomas J. Mullins M   03:16:59
297 Joseph Murphy M Eagle 03:17:01
298 George Dunne M Gowran AC 03:17:04
299 Brigin McCabe M Mullingar Harriers 03:17:05
300 Owen B. Stack M St. Johns 03:17:14
301 John A Mullane M   03:17:14
302 John F Moriarty M   03:17:19
303 Michael Kelly M   03:17:22
304 Michael V. O'Connell M Team Adidas 03:17:15
305 Paudie O'Gorman M   03:17:27
306 Joseph Laffan M Reenavanna Harriers 03:17:36
307 Michael J Priest M Bray Runners 03:17:52
308 Finbarr P. Buckley M   03:18:24
309 Gerard Kilfeather M North Sligo 03:18:30
310 Martin Patrick J. Kirwan M Kilcoole 03:18:44
311 John Hassett M   03:18:49
312 Mairtin Mac Nioclais M   03:18:50
313 John O'Kelly M Glounthaune 03:18:55
314 Timothy J. Buckley M Our Lady's Hospital AC 03:18:58
315 James C Ellis M   03:19:00
316 Maurice A O'Sullivan M   03:19:00
317 Christopher J. Cashman M Munster Joinery 03:19:02
318 William P O'Driscoll M   03:19:04
319 William Ryan M Tipperary Town AC 03:19:06
320 John Mulcahy M   03:19:07
321 Thomas A Meehan M Dungarvan AC 03:19:13
322 Robert D. Saville M Civil Service AC 03:19:29
323 Patrick Hayden M Civil Service 03:19:30
324 Frank M Shannon M   03:19:37
325 Malachy J. Sharkey M Omagh Harriers 03:19:40
326 Anthony M. Attridge M   03:19:41
327 Thomas O Twomey M Shannon 03:19:43
328 John Alexis Connery M   03:19:45
329 Anthony J. Yelverton M Super-Valu 03:19:45
330 David Keating M   03:19:46
331 Sean P. Cahill M Macroom AC 03:19:45
332 Thomas Mitchell M Reenavanna Harriers 03:19:50
333 Mary B. Murphy F Mallow 03:19:50
334 Henry Gallagher M   03:19:56
335 Thomas Morgan M Mullingar Harriers 03:19:57
336 John Burke M   03:20:00
337 Thomas Oliver Kelly M St. Abban's 03:20:21
338 Brendan Ahearne M   03:20:28
339 Denis O'Leary M   03:20:30
340 Patrick B Motyer M Ballycotton AC 03:20:38
341 Colm F. Byrne M Westport AC 03:20:44
342 Michael Noonan M   03:20:52
343 James Dunnes M Portlaoise AC 03:20:56
344 Garrett Patrick Barry M Aer Lingus 03:21:09
345 Thomas J Mackey M Kilmurry Ibricane 03:21:20
346 Michael Harris M Super-Valu 03:21:26
347 Nicholas W. Casey M Dunhill 03:21:31
348 Kathleen Connors. F   03:21:32
349 Daniel M McCarthy M   03:21:31
350 Patrick Gill M   03:21:46
351 Anthony V McNicholas M Wang Laboratories 03:21:47
352 Cornelius F. Keppel M North Cork 03:21:52
353 Michael A Carroll M   03:22:00
354 Thomas Keane M   03:22:07
355 Thomas V. McCormack M   03:22:14
356 Patrick A O'Connor M   03:22:17
357 John Noonan M   03:22:17
358 Patrick Considine M Shannon AC 03:22:38
359 John J. Hayes M ZPremier 03:22:38
360 Paul Smith M   03:22:48
361 Terence J. Brooks M   03:22:51
362 Michael Hallissey M   03:52:57
363 Patrick A Cunningham M   03:22:57
364 Donal M O'Brien M St. Nicholas A C. 03:22:59
365 Edward M. Noonan M Super-Valu 03:23:00
366 Paul T. Donovan M   03:23:01
367 James A O'Sullivan M Jacobs Harriers 03:23:01
368 Patrick C. Fahy M   03:23:02
369 Barry Rafter M   03:23:04
370 Simon Butler M Castlewerren 03:23:07
371 James H. McSweeney M Leevale AC 03:23:12
372 Liam P Keegan M   03:23:15
373 Robert A Noone M Wang A.C 03:23:25
374 Gerard S Barrett M   03:23:29
375 David J. Condon M   03:23:32
376 David P. Wade M Tramore AC 03:23:55
377 Michael McCarthy M   03:23:55
378 Peter J. Sargent M St. Columba's Douglas 03:23:56
379 Michael Lucey M   03:24:04
380 Declan J. McGrath M Clonmel AC 03:24:13
381 David J O'Donoghue M   03:24:20
382 Normal S. Dungan M CIYMS 03:24:35
383 Michael O'Neill M   03:24:36
384 Francis G. Higgins M North Cork AC 03:24:37
385 Anthony O'Donovan M Cork City RR 03:24:41
386 Brendan M. O'Brien M   03:24:42
387 Tommy A Gately M   03:25:01
388 Noel Boyle M   03:25:03
389 William R Frayne M   03:25:13
390 Larry Roe M   03:25:17
391 John C. Sheehan M   03:25:29
392 Sean Fogarty M Templemore 03:25:40
393 Maurice Tobin M   03:25:53
394 Frank Cheatle M   03:25:56
395 Charles B McAlinden M   03:25:58
396 Eugene M. O'Doherty M   03:26:01
397 Frank Norgere M   03:26:01
398 Brogan Whittle M Tullamore Harriers 03:26:02
399 Liam Treacy M   03:26:04
400 Sean O'Reilly M Liffey Valley 03:26:21
401 Thomas G. Crowley M Collins Squash 03:26:26
402 Eamonn J. Hartmann M Cavan 03:26:32
403 Declan W. Doyle M Jacobs 03:26:33
404 Lucy Quinn M Super-Valu 03:26:38
405 Francis J. O'Gorman M   03:26:41
406 Daniel P. O'Shea M   03:26:42
407 Ger Kiely M Mallow RR 03:26:42
408 Stephen J. McNeill M Bank of Ireland 03:26:42
409 John Allman M   03:26:44
410 Pierce Dillon M CEPAC 03:26:45
411 Denis Hegarty M   03:27:03
412 Paul J. Dooley M   03:27:07
413 Derry Canty M   03:27:21
414 Aidan Buckley M   03:27:25
415 George L. O'Flynn M   03:27:27
416 Fr. Patrick Hennessy M   03:27:27
417 Donal P. Kelly M   03:27:31
418 Noel Guerin M   03:27:23
419 John Daly M   03:27:37
420 Molua P. Donohoe M   03:27:40
421 Patrick J Finn M Telecom Eireann 03:27:41
422 Denis J. Condon M Super-Valu 03:27:44
423 Patrick C. Sheehan M   03:27:45
424 Gerard M. Twomey M   03:27:46
425 Gerard P. Goodwin M St. Finbarrs AC 03:27:46
426 James Butler M Super-Valu 03:27:47
427 Thomas Busteed M   03:27:53
428 Marti Quinn M Super-Valu 03:27:57
429 Thomas J. Sherlock M Jacobs 03:28:08
430 Cornelius Collins M   03:28:11
431 Eamonn A Murphy M   03:28:20
432 John F. Page M   03:28:24
433 Pauline J Macey F Waterford City 03:28:32
434 Philip Murphy M   03:28:34
435 Thomas O'Donoghue M Dungarvan AC 03:28:38
436 Anthony Doyle M   03:28:51
437 Brendan M Torsney M   03:28:57
438 Barry W. Doyle M   03:29:06
439 Patrick Gleeson M   03:29:08
440 James P Clarke M   03:29:16
441 Gerard T. Carroll M   03:29:28
442 Michael Power M Tramore 03:29:34
443 John J. Dunne M Derryaghy R.C 03:29:43
444 Michael O'Donoghue M   03:29:44
445 James P. O'Brien M   03:29:47
446 Patrick J. Carter M   03:29:47
447 Eunan Devenney M Finnvalley AC. 03:29:48
448 Paul Keating M   03:29:49
449 Paddy J O'Driscoll M   03:29:53
450 John A Buckley M Mallow Road Runners 03:29:58
451 Sean D. Bregazzi M   03:30:01
452 Bartholomew O'Sullivan M St. Finbarrs AC 03:30:07
453 Bernard Sisk M   03:30:10
454 William Doran M Croom 03:30:17
455 Timothy J. Slevin M   03:30:19
456 Tom Ryan M   03:30:19
457 Michael Morgan M Beamish and Crawford 03:30:21
458 Denis Lingwood M   03:30:25
459 Conor P. O'Riordan M   03:30:28
460 Gerald McAleer M   03:30:31
461 Tom Houlihan M Midleton 03:30:36
462 Paul Manley M   03:30:37
463 Noel O'Keeffe M Super-Valu 03:30:44
464 Kieran Kelly M   03:30:51
465 Denis O'Flynn M Super-Valu 03:30:55
466 John Cotter M   03:31:10
467 Sean A McMahon M   03:31:13
468 Michael Frayne M   03:31:37
469 Tom Finn M   03:31:38
470 Gerard M. Meehan M   03:31:44
471 Jeremiah C. Foley M   03:31:50
472 Pat Callender M Dungarvan 03:31:53
473 Anthony O. Huff M   03:32:05
474 Denis Ryan M Cork County Cricket 03:32:10
475 Edmond Ronan M Mallow Road Runners 03:32:16
476 Patrick Patterson M   03:32:20
477 Gerard Murphy M   03:32:25
478 Tony Barnaville M   03:32:26
479 Eamonn Browne M Super-Valu 03:32:30
480 June Comiskey F Clontarf Coasters 03:32:38
481 Patrick Fagan M   03:32:41
482 Denis B. Mullins M   03:32:44
483 Sean O'Donnell M   03:32:48
484 William J. Richardson M   03:32:52
485 Patrick E. Kiely M   03:32:53
486 Jeremiah J. Stout M   03:32:57
487 Niall Marron M   03:33:16
488 Timothy Griffin M Inniscarra 03:33:22
489 Tim Geary M   03:33:26
490 Donald M. O'Rourke M Clayton Le Moors 03:33:30
491 Frank J. O'Neill M   03:33:36
492 John O'Neill M Krups AC. 03:33:41
493 Liam Cadogan M Coffs Harbour NSW 03:33:44
494 Martin O'Quinn M Nenagh 03:33:48
495 Patrick J. Nelligan M Our Lady's Hospital AC 03:33:49
496 James R. Rice M   03:33:51
497 Robert Andrew M Cork R.R 03:33:52
498 Andrew J Irving M   03:33:53
499 Gerard J. Mooney M   03:33:53
500 Christopher White M   03:33:55
501 Paul O'Donoghue M St Johns Ambulance 03:34:01
502 Raymond C. Hinna M L. C. Swissasir 03:34:04
503 Colin J. Deasy M Coventry Harriers 03:34:19
504 Marcel Hungerbuhler M Ski Club Swissair 03:34:22
505 Austin Callanan M   03:34:33
506 Patrick Long M   03:34:34
507 Michael Ahern M   03:34:49
508 Patrick M Kelly M   03:35:54
509 James Sargent M Dublin Fire Brigade 03:35:07
510 Michael Ronan M   03:35:14
511 John J. Kennedy M   03:35:17
512 Paul J. Faye M   03:35:24
513 Cormac C. Gannon M   03:35:31
514 Owen O'Sullivan M   03:35:33
515 Mick Quinlan M Leevale AC 03:35:36
516 Patrick Mahon M   03:35:45
517 Martin J Kenny M Bord Telecom 03:35:49
518 James Scott M   03:35:53
519 John Thornhill M   03:35:58
520 Raymond O'Sullivan M UCD 03:36:19
521 Dermot Lynch M   03:36:23
522 Patrick Cronin M   03:36:33
523 Frank A Meaney M   03:36:45
524 David N. Boyd M   03:36:51
525 Liam Clancy M   03:36:54
526 Eamon Harold M   03:37:09
527 Brendan T. Warner M   03:37:11
528 Roy Crowley M St. John Ambulance 03:37:12
529 Oliver O'Mahony M   03:37:24
530 Patrick O'Halloran M   03:37:40
531 Willie Webb M   03:37:49
532 Laurence G. McDonald M Portlaoise AC 03:37:51
533 Patrick Cullen M   03:37:52
534 John M. Murphy M Cork County Council 03:38:06
535 Martin Byrne M   03:38:15
536 John J. Smith M   03:38:24
537 John Howes M   03:38:25
538 Ed. C. Conway M   03:38:27
539 David R. Murphy M   03:38:33
540 Ronnie Fitzell M   03:38:37
541 James C. Pettit M North Cork 03:38:42
542 Carey Thornhill M   03:38:54
543 Edward Lynch M   03:39:06
544 Kevin A Madden M   03:39:19
545 Patrick J. Murphy M   03:39:22
546 Michael McCarthy M Donoughmore AC 03:39:26
547 Denis Cronin M Tralee Jogging 03:39:26
548 Gerard P. Lee M Tralee Jogging 03:39:29
549 Denis J. Dennehy M Tralee Jogging Club 03:39:38
550 Patrick M. McCarthy M   03:39:41
551 Denis G. O'Connor M Lough Gur AC 03:39:51
552 William Burke M   03:39:52
553 Bernard P Geraghty M   03:39:57
554 Marcus G. Nash M Garda 03:40:04
555 Robert J. Warren M   03:40:05
556 Alan Cassidy M Super-Valu 03:40:05
557 John J. O'Reilly M   03:40:07
558 Thomas Ryan M   03:40:08
559 Carmel E. Lynch F Leevale AC 03:40:10
560 Patrick O'Meara M Glounthaune 03:40:21
561 Brian D. Hensey M   03:40:26
562 Patrick O'Callaghan M St. Finbarrs AC 03:40:36
563 Gerard T. Thompson M   03:40:46
564 Patrick D. Arrigan M   03:40:47
565 Thomas F. O'Hanlon M   03:40:51
566 William G. Farrell M   03:41:01
567 Daniel Linehan M Cystic Fibrosis 03:41:03
568 Maurice Kearney M Dungarvan 03:41:03
569 Michael M O'Keeffe M   03:41:35
570 Eamonn Dwane M   03:41:37
571 Patrick A Daly M   03:41:47
572 Vincent Frimley M   03:41:47
573 Unofficial Entry M   23:59:59
574 Diane M. Stack F St. Johns 03:42:08
575 Michael K. Colclough M   03:42:14
576 Alexander R. O'Neill M   03:42:21
577 Leo J O'Mahony M   03:42:23
578 Andrew F. Williams M   03:42:30
579 John Healy M   03:42:45
580 Patrick Buckley M St. Finbarrs AC 03:42:52
581 Aidan P Meehan M   03:42:57
582 Unofficial Entry M   23:59:59
583 Michael G. Murphy M   03:42:10
584 Noel Guerin M   03:43:36
585 John Hallissey M Our Lady's Hospital AC 03:43:38
586 Paul O. Woodley M   03:44:01
587 Neil O'Keeffe M   03:44:14
588 Denis M. O'Sullivan M   03:44:36
589 Edmond G Twomey M   03:44:40
590 Frank Stankard M   03:44:41
591 Nicholas Hughes M   03:44:41
592 Michael P. Convey M   03:44:45
593 John Canty M   03:44:47
594 Brendan W. Tynan M   03:44:53
595 David A Bain M   03:44:55
596 David R Walsh M   03:45:03
597 Patrick Hynes M   03:45:05
598 John Hegarty M   03:45:06
599 Unofficial Entry M   23:59:59
600 John P Kenna M   03:45:10
601 Michael Bowe M   03:45:13
602 Stephen O'Connor M   03:45:30
603 Michael Riordan M   03:45:35
604 Michael McGee M   03:45:42
605 Patrick P. O'Leary M   03:45:43
606 Gerard J. Rasmussen M   03:45:44
607 Thomas Salter M Tipperary Town AC 03:45:52
608 Richard M. O'Meara M St. Finbarrs AC 03:46:05
609 Allan J. Patterson M St. Finbarrs AC 03:46:01
610 Mark A Daly M   03:46:05
611 Jerry B. Cotter. M Super-Valu 03:46:19
612 John Martin M   03:46:25
613 Paul Reidy M Super-Valu 03:46:25
614 Joan A Griffin F   03:46:27
615 David P. Allen M   03:46:38
616 Sean O'Neill M Clonliffe 03:46:42
617 Patrick J. Timmons M Kilmore 03:46:42
618 Ciaran T. Byrne M   03:46:44
619 Aidan Warner M   03:46:51
620 Thomas Murtagh M   03:46:55
621 John O. Twohig M Cork RTC 03:47:10
622 Willie F. Henry M Dungarvan AC 03:47:11
623 Cyril P. McHale M   03:47:17
624 Thomas A Scannell M   03:47:17
625 Gregory P. Duff M Shannon 03:47:17
626 James A Neville M Shannon 03:47:20
627 Noel T. Spellacy M Limerick AC 03:47:20
628 Gerard Gallagher M   03:47:30
629 Michael A Groves M   03:47:30
630 Philip Long M   03:47:35
631 Clement J Mahon M   03:47:41
632 Peter J. Fenlon M   03:47:45
633 Patrick Ronan M Rathnew 03:47:59
634 Bernard P. O'Keeffe M   03:48:01
635 Richard F. O'Brien M   03:48:07
636 John Galvin M   03:48:08
637 James J. Barry M   03:48:08
638 Sean M. Walsh M   03:48:15
639 James C. Cotter M   03:48:22
640 Noel J. O'Meara M   03:48:22
641 Senan Flanagan M   03:48:27
642 Morgan R. Keane M   03:48:49
643 Matthew J. Lynch M   03:48:53
644 James M. Sexton M   03:48:54
645 Finbar P. Harty M Super-Valu 03:48:55
646 Leonard Coote M   03:49:04
647 John Kelly M   03:47:07
648 Charles O'Neill M   03:49:18
649 Michael P. Ryan M   03:49:08
650 Michael O'Donoghue M   03:49:11
651 Gerard M Fitzpatrick M   03:49:12
652 Cyril Chaney M   03:49:21
653 Seamus McCarthy M   03:49:21
654 James Sweeney M   03:49:23
655 Edward C. Phelan M   03:49:28
656 John Collins M   03:49:29
657 Michael F. Manahan M   03:49:31
658 Kevin P. O'Reilly M   03:49:45
659 Maurice H. Mullins M Raheny 03:49:46
660 James J. Tobin M   03:49:58
661 Michael G. Sheehan M Wang A.C 03:49:59
662 Vivian P. O'Gorman M   03:50:02
663 Michael J. Curtin M   03:50:18
664 Fergal T. Collins M Bishopstown AC 03:50:19
665 Denis J. Kenny M St. Benedicts 03:50:20
666 Philomena Dunne F K.S.S. 03:50:23
667 Mary G. Doherty F Kilkenny City 03:50:27
668 Michael B. Taylor M   03:50:31
669 Matthew J. Kavanagh M   03:50:39
670 Carmel M. Hughes F   03:50:45
671 Richard O. Sisk M   03:51:13
672 John B. Alexander M   03:51:18
673 Tony F. Brady M   03:51:21
674 James Cummins M   03:51:21
675 Robert L. Mulcahy M   03:51:23
676 Patrick J. Hennessy M Tramore 03:51:23
677 Michael J. Furlong M   03:51:51
678 Geraldine F. Hurley F Leevale AC 03:51:51
679 Michael J. McCarthy M   03:51:54
680 Michael J. Smyth M   03:52:07
681 Michael W. Boland M Portlaoise 03:52:08
682 Joseph P. Doyle M   03:52:09
683 Neil G. Daly M   03:52:14
684 Derek P. O'Carroll M   03:52:15
685 Dermot M. O'Dwyer M   03:52:32
686 Noel Walsh M   03:52:43
687 Joseph M. Mulligan M   03:52:44
688 Michael Ahern M   03:52:44
689 Declan C. Battigan M   03:52:45
690 Philip P. Dundon M Donnybrook 03:52:48
691 Noel P. Henry M Clonliffe Harriers 03:52:51
692 William. A Ahern M   03:52:53
693 Peter J. McDonnell M   03:52:54
694 Patrick Kavanagh M   03:53:16
695 Joseph Kinsella M Super-Valu 03:53:18
696 Donal O'Mahony M   03:53:19
697 David O'Mahony M Youghal Carpets 03:53:26
698 P. J. Minehane M   03:53:22
699 Michael J. Timmons M   03:53:23
700 Thomas G. Considine M   03:53:24
701 Maurice G. Lyons M West Limerick A.C 03:53:25
702 Danny J. Kelleher M   03:53:25
703 Brendan M. Benson M Slaneyside 03:53:31
704 Anthony D. O'Brien M   03:53:36
705 Herbert Crosset M Ballinascreen AC. 03:53:38
706 Beda J. Merity F   03:53:50
707 John Meehan M Kilkerrin AC. 03:54:06
708 Tim Murray M Cystic Fibrosis 03:54:12
709 Gerard T. Delaney M   03:54:12
710 Denis E. O'Sullivan M   03:54:29
711 Patrick O'Donoghue M   03:54:33
712 Patrick H. McSweeney M   03:55:02
713 Karen McNamara F   03:55:21
714 Derry Hipwell M   03:55:22
715 Michel P. Finnegan M   03:55:31
716 Michael Kelleher M C.M.P. AC 03:55:35
717 Michel McCormack M C.M.P. AC 03:55:57
718 Martin E. Padwick M C.M.P. AC 03:55:52
719 Patrick G. McCarthy M C.M.P. AC 03:56:06
720 Thomas M. Walsh M C.M.P. AC 03:56:08
721 Christopher A. O'Keeffe M C.M.P. AC 03:56:10
722 Dermot Couch M C.M.P. AC 03:56:11
723 Jerry Leahy M C.M.P. AC 03:56:24
724 Kenneth Walsh M C.M.P. AC 03:56:28
725 Bill Leahy M   03:56:35
726 John D. Keane M Super-Valu 03:56:35
727 James F. Kilbride M   03:56:36
728 Joseph O. Hogan M Mahon Comm. Dev. Gr. 03:56:36
729 Paul Beechinor M   03:56:36
730 Edward Hogan M Croom AC 03:56:37
731 Paddy Ryan M   03:56:37
732 Michael A Lucey M   03:56:37
733 Noel Harrington M   03:56:38
734 Padraig P. Brennan M   03:56:38
735 James Hayes M Elanco 03:56:38
736 Donal J. Spillane M   03:56:39
737 Willie Duffy M   03:56:39
738 Humphrey J. Kerins M St. Finbarrs AC 03:56:40
739 Luke G. Cody M   03:56:40
740 John Baldwin M   03:56:41
741 William Mullane M Mallow AC 03:56:44
742 Patrick J. Butler M   03:56:45
743 Charles McAllister M   03:56:47
744 George A Lye M Waterford Glass 03:56:50
745 Noel A Raleigh M   03:56:54
746 Maurice J. Costello M Aer Lingus 03:56:56
747 Bill Pittaway M Irish Steel 03:37:06
748 Sheamus McDermot M Slaneyside 03:57:16
749 Patrick G. O'Connor M   03:57:19
750 Raymond G. Shanahan M Cork Airport 03:57:21
751 Sylvester Malone M   03:57:22
752 Tony Murphy M St. John Ambulance 03:57:23
753 Eamonn Joyce M Super-Valu 03:57:23
754 Kevin O'Connor M F.G.A 03:57:34
755 John P. O'Shea M   03:57:36
756 Maurice C. Hayes M Tralee Jogging 03:37:51
757 Matthew D. Murphy M Oisin AC. 03:57:59
758 John J. Cotter M   03:57:59
759 John Downey M   03:39:01
760 Con Slattery M Super-Valu 03:58:06
761 Alan J. Graham M   03:58:09
762 Tom Barry M   03:58:16
763 Eoin F. O'Connell M   03:58:17
764 Michael McGrath M   03:58:36
765 Edward Lynch M   03:58:31
766 Con O'Donovan M Cork R.R. 03:58:43
767 Terence Kiely M   03:58:43
768 Denis Slocum M   03:58:45
769 Vincent Allen M   03:58:49
770 Patrick Griffin M   03:58:53
771 Conor F. McNeice M   03:58:54
772 Dominic Tomas M   03:58:54
773 Sean A Ahern M   03:58:55
774 Michael B. Peelo M   03:58:59
775 Thomas A Griffith M   03:59:05
776 Vere Ludgate M   03:59:07
777 John Hirst M   03:59:09
778 David Martin M   03:59:17
779 Patrick G. Coughlan M   03:59:27
780 Padraigh I. O'Siochain M Doheny 03:59:29
781 Martin J. McLoughlin M   03:59:18
782 Sean G. Mac Suibhne M   03:59:33
783 John P. O'Riordan M Cystic Fibrosis R.R. 03:59:52
784 Sean A Healy M   03:59:59
785 James A Heaton M Queens Park Harriers 03:59:59
786 Michael P. Clancy M Eagle 04:00:26
787 Anthony Coughlan M Fermoy District Harriers 04:00:39
788 Liam M. O'Flynn M Coachford AC 04:00:41
789 Patrick O'Rourke M   04:00:47
790 Stephen O'Halloran M   04:01:06
791 Michael O'Brien M Super-Valu 04:01:08
792 Julia P. Casey F Our Lady's Hospital AC 04:01:09
793 John A. Quirke M   04:01:16
794 John G. Hegarty M Super-Valu 04:01:19
795 Jeremiah J. Casey M Iniscarra AC 04:01:24
796 Denis Dalton M   04:01:42
797 Patrick Couch M C.M.P. AC 04:01:43
798 Timothy Burke M   04:01:54
799 John J. Nolan M   04:02:01
800 Liam J. Fortune M   04:02:06
801 William Keogh M Dublin Fire Brigade 04:02:08
802 Danny A. McCarmack M   04:02:09
803 Fr. Donal Lucey M Faith and Light 04:02:10
804 Raymond Carroll M   04:02:11
805 Michael Looney M   04:02:28
806 William G Burke M   04:02:31
807 Francis K. Cummins M Gowran 04:02:52
808 Gerard P Buckley M   04:03:04
809 Paul J. O'Keeffe M   04:03:05
810 Mairead McCarthy F   04:03:05
811 Dorothy B. Morrissey F Nenagh Oly. AC 04:03:26
812 John Downey M   04:03:31
813 Patrick J O'Doherty M   04:03:40
814 Harry McGovern M   04:03:44
815 Francis J. Organ M Shanon 04:04:12
816 Rev Eanna Condon M B.C A C 04:04:14
817 Joseph P. O'Keeffe M   04:04:26
818 Martin Keane M   04:04:26
819 James O'Leary M   04:04:30
820 Frank Kelly M   04:04:32
821 Philip Little M   04:04:36
822 Christy Fitzgerald M   04:04:48
823 John Daly M   04:04:57
824 Dermot M Lynch M   04:04:59
825 Martin Van Staeyen M   04:05:21
826 John Horgan M   04:05:22
827 Tony McDonagh M    
828 Peter O'Halloran M   04:05:49
829 Patrick Galvin M   04:05:51
830 Dermot O'Kelly M   04:06:04
831 Edward H. Darch M   04:06:06
832 Conn O'Rahilly M Crusaders AC 04:06:14
833 Unofficial Entry   M    
834 Patrick A. Aherne M   04:06:33
835 Patrick M. O'Dwyer M   04:06:36
836 Michael P. Long M Leevale. 04:07:07
837 John J O'Meara M   04:07:13
838 Tony C. Gallagher M   04:07:36
839 John M McGrath M   04:07:49
840 James P Waugh M   04:07:50
841 Paul O'Rourke M   04:07:53
842 Matthew G. Mangan M St. Bridgits Duagh 04:07:55
843 Frank Fitzgerald M Fire Brigade 04:08:27
844 Tom Creedon M Super-Value 04:08:03
845 Sean Kearney M   04:08:47
846 Kieran N Crotty M St Peter/Pauls 04:08:55
847 Richard Cotter M   18:19:00
848 Patrick Goold M Swissco Ltd. 04:09:01
849 Michael G Ryan M C.I.E. R.R. 04:09:27
850 Bernard W Keane M Tralee Jogging 04:09:42
851 Terence P. Healy M Tralee Jogging 04:10:11
852 Martin Byrne M   04:10:16
853 William E Bell M   4:10 29
854 Michael R Murphy M Carrignavar 4:10 30
855 John Taylor M   04:10:31
856 Fergal N Williams M Summerhill AC.. 04:10:34
857 Thomas M O'Sullivan M Cyctic Fibrosis. 04:10:49
858 Patrick T Hoey M   04:10:51
859 William L. Heffernan M   21:37:00
860 Jeremiah P. Manton M   04:10:58
861 Denis P. O'Leary M   04:10:59
862 Mary B Barry F   04:11:10
863 Leslie J. Smartt M   04:11:38
864 Michael Cotter M   4:1 1:51
865 Bill A Noonan M Super-Valu 04:11:54
866 David Mulcahy M   04:11:57
867 Oliver J. McCullagh M Greencastle AC 04:11:58
868 Gerard D McCoy M   4:12 14
869     M    
870 Gerard Mullane M   04:12:18
871 John J Whelan M Kilcoole 04:12:18
872 Michael Raleigh M   04:12:21
873 Aine McCarthy F   04:12:29
874 Michael A. Murphy M   04:12:35
875 Jimmy C. McNally M   04:12:42
876 Brian Fitzgerald M   04:12:54
877 Eddie Doyle M   04:13:08
878 Timothy Herlihy M   04:12:28
879 Unofficial Entry   M    
880 Ann E. Daly F   04:13:42
881 Rory J O'Shea M   04:13:49
882 Patrick J. Cadogan M Cork R.T.C. 04:13:49
883 Anthony J. O'Keeffe M   04:14:09
884 John N Walsh M   04:14:15
885 Ian R McCarthy M   04:14:30
886 Timothy Collins M   04:14:51
887 John Daly M   04:14:51
888 John Murdock M   04:14:52
889 Mary O'Shea F   04:14:53
890 Gerard D O'Connor M CMP AC 04:15:14
891 Sean G. Collins M Redgate AC 04:15:15
892 John Cahill M   04:15:22
893 John Norberg M   04:15:27
894 Robert J Brennan M   04:15:28
895 Bernard McGroarty M   04:15:28
896 Patrick J. Duffy M Glenasmole 04:15:48
897 Thomas O'Dwyer M   04:15:54
898 Cornelius Twomey M Skibbereen A C 04:15:58
899 Aiden M Manning M Super-Valu 04:16:02
900 Anna Kearney F   04:16:02
901 John H Roche M   04:16:44
902 Caroline Rowland F   04:16:57
903 Delmar J Bicker-Caarten M   04:17:16
904 Unofficial Entry   M    
905 John G. Doyle M   04:17:53
906 Brendan Kelly M Clonliffe Harriers 04:18:26
907 Gerard Moylan M   04:18:29
908 James T Flynn M   04:18:32
909 Lorcan P. Merriman M   04:18:41
910 James F Lawlor M Super-Valu 10:45:00
911 Ron M. Stanger M   10:46:00
912 May Harty   F   04:18:46
913 John P. Nason M   04:18:46
914 Liam J. O'Leary M   04:18:54
915 Patrick P Murray M   04:19:14
916 Frank O'Callaghan M Super-Valu 04:19:32
917 Choo Kheng Simm M   04:19:32
918 Timothy T. Dinan M   04:19:52
919 Denise J. O'Connell M Croke AC 04:20:04
920 John M. Hogan M Mahon Comm. Dev. Gr. 04:21:11
921 Austin J. Murphy M Super-Valu 04:21:11
922 Anthony J. Barrett M Army 04:21:11
923 patrick J. Henderson M Wang 04:21:47
924 Una S. Morrish F Leevale 04:21:50
925 Patrick J. Boyd M Mahon Comm. Dev. Gr. 04:22:07
926 Michael J. Ahern M   04:22:14
927 Anthony T. Glass M   04:22:27
928 Leo F. Fyan M   04:22:52
929 Michel J. Wall M   04:22:54
930 Joseph G. Lawless M   04:22:59
931 Don G. O'Sullivan M   04:23:12
932 Michael P O'Connell M   04:23:18
933 Teddy J. Pope M   04:23:19
934 John Kelly M Cork Fire Brigade 04:23:34
935 Noel Coleman M   04:23:34
936 Michael Quirke M   04:23:55
937 Margaret A O'Leary F   04:24:11
938 James O'Connor M   04:24:18
939 Teresa L. Blane F   04:24:20
940 Frederick O'Connell M   04:24:34
941 Colm Lenihan M   04:24:37
942 Denis Cooper M Falveys Health 04:25:37
943 Edward J. Long M   04:24:59
944 Malachy J. Duffy Jr M   04:25:01
945 Geri T. O'Flynn M   04:25:02
946 Michael Lehane M Super-Valu 04:25:09
947 Liam P. Martin M   04:25:10
948 Thomas J. Fitzsimons M   04:25:17
949 Unofficial Entry   M    
950 Frank Coter M   04:25:34
951 Michael J. Cavanagh M   04:25:56
952 Desmond O'Brien M   04:25:56
953 Aedin A. Twomey M   04:26:12
954 Ann P. Hayes F   04:26:22
955 Stephen Gibbons M   04:26:50
956 Donal M O'Flaherty M Super-Valu 04:27:14
957 Thomas J. Twomey M   04:27:23
958 Donal Norberg M   04:27:25
959 Desmond J. Condon M   04:27:53
960 Francis J. Higgins M   04:27:57
961 Paul Cogan M   04:27:59
962 Michael M. McGuirk M IRRC 04:28:14
963     M    
964 Felicity M. Smith F   04:28:27
965 Patrick F. Gleeson M   04:29:11
966 Margaret Phelan F Shannon AC 04:29:51
967 Patricia M. Clarke F Clontarf Coasters 04:30:19
968 Patrick C. Chatten M   04:30:22
969 Pierce P. Brennan M   04:30:29
970 John Fenlon M   04:30:40
971 John A. Duggan M   04:30:49
972 William J. O'Keeffe M   04:30:56
973 Teddy O'Sullivan M Super-Valu 04:31:07
974 Patrick G. Downey M   04:32:33
975 Frank D. Kelleher M   04:32:15
976 Breda M. Conway F   04:33:24
977 Kevin O'Leary M   04:33:28
978 Tony Ahern M   04:33:41
979 Patrick J. Greene M   04:33:51
980 Unoficial Entry   M    
981 John M. Murray M   04:35:04
982 Tom Cregan M   04:35:55
983 Liam W. McCarthy M   04:35:24
984 Eileen T. Ryan F   04:36:04
985 Denis A. Corrigan M   04:36:12
986 Andrew O'Boyle M   04:36:14
987 Cecelia G. O'Ruirc F   04:37:04
988 Ronald P. Jordan M   04:37:35
989 Michael J. Burke M   04:37:36
990 Noeleen McCormack F   04:38:15
991 Malachy James Duffy Sr M   04:38:16
992 Jim J. Murphy M Youghal AC 04:38:18
993 Denis F. O'Mahony M   04:40:04
994 John Lyons M   04:40:05
995 Michael Kingston M   04:40:24
996 Noel Copley M   04:40:48
997 Theresa O'Keeffe F   04:41:01
998 Eamonn Ryan M   04:41:06
999 Philip D. Johnston M   04:41:09
1000 Kevin F. O'Reilly M Bandon AC 04:41:59
1001 Dave M. Horace M   04:41:12
1002 Michael B. Conway M   04:42:15
1003 Manuel Lopez-Martinez M Queens Park Harriers 04:42:17
1004 James Browne M Super-Valu 04:42:25
1005 Paul T. Donovan M   04:42:25
1006 Unofficial Entry   M    
1007 Thomas P. Bouchier M   04:44:37
1008 William R. Canty M   04:44:51
1009 Aiden J. Green M Super-Valu 04:44:52
1010 Eileen McMahon F   04:44:57
1011 Finbarr P. O'Connor M   4:48 21
1012 Nicholas Browne M Our Ladys Hospital 04:48:21
1013 Theo McAuliffe M   04:48:48
1014 Daniel A. Buckley M Our Ladys Hospital 04:49:11
1015 Michael Whelan M   04:49:11
1016 Patrick J. Curtin M Kilmichael 04:49:26
1017 Daniel N. Dineen M   14:24:00
1018 Gordon J. Wilson M   04:50:46
1019 Andrew Thompson M   04:50:58
1020 Gregory D. O'Connor M   04:51:02
1021 Martin J. O'Carroll M   04:52:52
1022 Unofficial Entry   M    
1023 Evelyn P. McCarthy F   04:55:53
1024 Michael P. O'Donoghue M   04:55:44
1025 Sylvester J. Lynch M   04:58:01
1026 vincent Daly M   04:58:01
1027 Joseph P. Reinhardt M   04:58:02
1028 Derek Morton M   04:58:07
1029 Unofficial Entry   M    
1030 Unofficial Entry   M    
1031 Anne M. Conway F   04:58:50
1032 Jerry J. Walsh M   04:59:37
1033 Joseph Campion M   05:00:11
1034 Frank O'Callaghan M Super-Valu 05:01:43
1035 Joseph T. Looney M Irish Army 05:03:49
1036 Liam F. O'Regan M   05:04:21
1037 Patrick J. Curran M   05:05:13
1038 Geraldine M. Conway F   05:05:40
1039 Colette Spitere F St. Finbarrs 05:07:30
1040 Joseph M. Waters M Sth. Tipp. Dophin S.W. 05:07:51
1041 Michael F. Compton M Don hey 05:05:34
1042 Tina O'Brien F   05:08:34
1043 Siobhain O'Leary F   05:10:45
1044 Michael G. Riodran M Super-Valu 05:10:56
1045 Unofficial Entry   M    
1046 Stephen Murphy Snr M Leevale 05:12:05
1047 William F. Murphy M   05:16:19
1048 Josephine M Corrigan F   05:19:29
1049 Jacqueline P. McGeough F Peter/Paul 05:19:52
1050 Christine S. O'Shaughnessy F St. Peter/Paul 05:20:22
1051 Frank J. Walsh M St. Peter/Paul 05:20:39
1052 Owen Conway M Super-Valu 05:21:45
1053 Anne N. Murphy F Skibbereen 05:21:53
1054 Richard McKee M   05:22:03
1055 Tracey Crowley F St. Peters/Pauls 05:24:23
1056 Charles P. McIntyre M   05:24:25
1057 Samantha B. Ashman F   05:36:50
1058 Noreen T. Murphy F   05:38:58

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