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Cork City Sports Athlete of the Month November 2018 Darragh McElhinney

Darragh McElhinney is Cork City Sports Athlete of the Month for November 2018

River Lee Hotel

Monday December 17th 2018

 

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Darragh McElhinney is Cork City Sports Athlete of the Month for November 2018



The award was presented at a function at the River Lee hotel, on Monday December 17th 2018

 

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The Cork City Sports Athlete for the Month of November 2018 is Darragh McElhinney

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Cork City Sports Athlete of the Month - November 2018 - Award Citation

 The Cork City Sports Athlete for the Month for November 2018 is Darragh McElhinney (Bantry AC).

On the 25th November, Darragh was a comprehensive winner of the National Junior (Under 20) Cross-Country Championship, held at the National Sports Campus in Abbottstown, Dublin. Darragh followed up on this run, on the Irish Under-20 team, with a very creditable 16th place, at the European Cross-Country Championships, in Tilburg, The Netherlands.

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This is Darragh's third Cork City Sports Athlete of the Month award, having previously won in March 2015, and again in July 2016

 

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Darragh McElhinney interviewed by John Walshe and John Quigley

 

 

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Stirling, Scotland

Saturday January 12th 2019

 

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Darragh McElhinney - Photo: Irish Examiner

 

Darragh McElhinney, Bantry AC, has been selected to represent Europe on the Under-20 Mixed-Relay team, at next month's Simplyhealth Great Stirling XCountry, in Stirling, Scotland. Darragh's selection comes following his fine performance at last Sunday's European Cross-Country Championships, in Tilburg, Netherlands.  The event moves to Stirling next year, having been held in Edinburgh for many years.

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European Team for Stirling 2019

 

European Athletics Press Release

Seven individual medallists from the recent SPAR European Cross Country Championships in Tilburg have been named on Team Europe for the Simplyhealth Great Stirling XCountry, a European Athletics Cross Country Permit Meeting, on 12th January next.

The event which was previously staged in Edinburgh, will be held in the beautiful city of Stirling for the first time in 2019. Set against the impressive backdrop of Stirling Castle, the event will feature some of the world’s best athletes battling it out across challenging terrain.

World class runners from Great Britain & Northern Ireland, Team Europe and Team USA will compete across a variety of disciplines for the overall title. The event is completely free to spectate, and will be shown live on the day, on BBC Sport, from 1:15pm to 3:15pm. For more information, visit greatrun.org/xcountry

Team Europe ran out victorious, in Edinburgh, last January, and there will be particularly high hopes of an individual victory in the senior men’s 8km. The European team features four of the top eight finishers from Tilburg, including silver and bronze medallists Isaac Kimeli, (Belgium), and Aras Kaya (Turkey) - the latter also finishing third in Edinburgh, last January.

Fifth and eighth respectively, Sweden’s Napoleon Solomon and Spain’s Adel Mechaal have also been named on Team Europe, while silver and bronze medallists in the U23 race in Tilburg, Samuel Fitwi (Germany) and Hugo Hay (France) will join their senior counterparts.

The senior women’s 6km team is led by the recently crowned European U23 cross country champion Anna Emilie Moller who picked up Denmark’s second-ever gold medal in SPAR European Cross Country Championships history in Tilburg.

Moller is joined by silver medallist Anna Gehring, while her German teammate, Elena Burkard, who finished sixth in Tilburg, is the highest finisher from the senior race to be named on the team. Poland’s Anna Gosk has also been called up, with two more places yet to be confirmed.  

In a change to the match programme, the mixed relay - two men and two women - will be a scoring event for the first time, and will conclude the match. Team Europe will be represented by the gold medal-winning Spanish quartet from Tilburg - Saul Ordonez, Esther Guerrero, Victor Ruiz and Solange Pereira - although the British team will be strengthened by the inclusion of Laura Muir to their ranks.

Muir will make her season’s debut in Stirling, on the road to the Glasgow 2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships, which will be held from 1st to 3rd March 2019.

Meanwhile, the U20 quartet representing Team Europe is headed by European U20 3000m champion Delia Sclabas (Switzerland), also the silver medallist in the U20 race in Tilburg. She is joined by teammate Sibylle Haring, France’s Valentin Bresc and Ireland’s Darragh McElhinney

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Darragh McElhinney, at the start of last Sunday's European Under-20 Men's Cross-Country Championship race in Tilburg


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Cork Athletics - Events Week Ending Sunday December 16th 2018

Registered Cork Athletics Races & Events for Week Ending Sunday December 16th 2018

 

 
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Saturday December 15th, 11:30am, Navan, Co. Meath - Athletics Ireland National Novice and Juvenile Uneven Age Cross-Country Championships 2018 Sunday December 16th, 9:30am, Cloyne - Cloyne Commons 4k Road Race Series - Race 2 2018/19 Sunday December 16th, 1pm, Newmarket - Newmarket Christmas Classic 5k

 


This Week: National Novice & Juvenile UnEven Age XC Chps, Cloyne Commons 4k Series Race 2 & Newmarket Christmas Classic 5k

 

Cork Athletics Race Calendar

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Comprehensive Calendar of Registered Athletics Ireland events in Cork

Results of Athletics Ireland Registered Events - April 2014 - May 2016 (on Old Cork Athletics website)

 

Results of Athletics Ireland Registered Events - May 2016 to date

 

 

Cork Events This Week

Saturday December 15th, 11:30am, Navan, Co. Meath - Athletics Ireland National Novice and Juvenile Uneven Age Cross-Country Championships 2018

 

Sunday December 16th, 9:30am, Cloyne - Cloyne Commons 4k Road Race Series - Race 2 2018/19

 

Sunday December 16th, 1pm, Newmarket - Newmarket Christmas Classic 5k Road Race 2018

 

National Events

Saturday December 15th, Navan - Athletics Ireland National Novice and Juvenile Uneven Age Cross-Country Championships 2018

 

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Newmarket Classic 5km, Sunday December 16th

 

Dick Copithorne Memorial 4 Mile, Wednesday December 26th

 

Togher AC Ryan's Supervalu 5km, Sunday December 30th

 

Kinsale 10 mile Road Race 2019, Sunday February 24th

 

Duhallow 10 Mile Road Race 2019, Newmarket, Sunday March 10th

Mallow 10 Mile Road Race, Sunday March 24th

Sonia O'Sullivan Great Island 10, Cobh, Sunday 9th April

Cork City Marathon, Sunday 2nd June

 

 

 

European Cross-Country Championships 2018

European Cross-Country Championships 2018

Tilburg, Netherlands

Sunday December 9th 2018

 

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Five Cork athletes represented Ireland in Tilburg today, and all, along with the thirty four members of the Irish squad, acquitted themselves admirably

 

Athletics Ireland Release

Forsyth and Tobin lead strong Irish performances at Euro Cross



Ryan Forsyth (Newcastle) and Sean Tobin (Clonmel) led strong Irish performances at the European Cross Country Championships in Tilburg, finishing fourth and tenth respectively in the Under 23 and Senior Mens races.

 

Ryan Forsyth Speaking After His Run


In all, four Irish athletes delivered top ten individual performances, with Emma O’Brien (Sli Cualann) 8th and Sarah Healy 9th, adding to Forsyth and Tobin’s runs.


 The teams also delivered top ten performances – Under 20 women: sixth, Under 20 men: fifth, Under 23 women: 9th, Under 23 men: 6th, Senior Men: 7th and the Mixed Relay: 9th. The Senior Womens team finished just outside the top ten, in 11th place.

 

Under 20 Womens team

 

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The Under 20 Womens team were agonisingly close to bronze medals, finishing three points off the podium – there was extra misfortune as, around the half-way stage, unfortunately Healy took a fall as she looked to be clipped from behind. Several athletes fell in the incident. She fought bravely to make her way back up into contention with O’Brien also in the mix.


The medal chances, individually, and for the team, slipped away but it was a good learning curve and good performances nonetheless. The team were only three points off the bronze medals


McElhinney leads U20 men to fifth

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The U20 men were next over 6,300m and they produced an excellent fifth place finish in the team standings. Darragh McElhinney (Bantry) put himself in contention early on, and despite a fall, finished 16th in 18:53.


Sean O’Leary (Clonliffe Harriers) came through well to finish 18th in 19:01. Jamie Battle (Mullingar Harriers) rounded out the scoring in 21st in 19:03. Micheal Power (West Waterford) was 60th, with Fintan Stewart (City of Derry) 75th and Daire Finn (DCH) 86th.

 

Flanagan leads U23 women

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The U23 women also race over 6,300m with conditions getting ever stickier over the technical cross country course. Eilish Flanagan (Carmen) finished 16th in 21:17 after being up in the top ten early on. Her legs were giving out at the finish but she ground it out on her European cross country debut.
The team finished 9th with Aoibhe Richardson (KCH) coming through strongly for 25th in 21:32 and Roisin Flanagan (Carmen), twin sister of Eilish, in 41st in 22:04. Fian Sweeney (DCH) followed quickly after in 43rd with Siobhra O’Flaherty (SLOT) 54th and Sorcha McAllister (Westport) 66th.  

 

Forsyth a flying fourth

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The U23 men’s 8,300m race had all the elements with Ryan Forsyth (Newcastle) agonisingly close to a medal in fourth in 23:49.
Forsyth made his intentions clear from early on getting out fast in the opening straight to lead around the tight hairpin turn.
The Newcastle athlete didn’t let up throughout and despite being detached from the leading trio, he kicked in hard at the finish and was only one second behind the bronze medal behind France’s Hugo Hay.  


The team battled well too and were in the bronze medal position halfway through the race but ultimately had to settle for 6th.
Brian Fay (Raheny Shamrock) was next Irish man home in 29th in 24:47 with Paul O’Donnell (DSD) 36th in 24:58. Cathal Doyle (Clonliffe Harriers) was 51st with Jack O’Leary (Mullingar Harriers) 56th and Garry Campbell (Dunleer) 80th.


Treacy teak tough on tenth appearance

Sara Treacy (Dunboyne) fought hard to finish 26th in the senior women 8,300m in 27:46 with the team finishing 11th. Treacy has battled injuries the last couple of years and was happy to be back competing against the best in Europe.
“This is where you want to be testing yourself against the best,” said Treacy. “This will give me a good kick forward.”


Ciara Mageean (UCD) was next home in 43rd in 28:08, with Michelle Finn (Leevale) 51st in 28:23 for the scoring trio. Annmarie McGlynn (Letterkenny) was next in 57th followed by Fionnuala Ross (Armagh) in 62nd and Kerry O’Flaherty (Newcastle) in 64th.  

 

Tobin tenth in Europe

 

Sean Tobin (Clonmel) finished an excellent tenth in the senior men’s 10,300m in 29:22 with the team finishing 7th.
Team captain Kevin Dooney (Raheny Shamrock) was next in 26th in 29:53 with Kevin Maunsell (Clonmel) the third scorer in 34th in 30:11. Kevin Batt (DSD) was 55, Mick Clohisey (Raheny Shamrock), making his tenth European cross appearance, was 67th followed by Damien Landers (Ennis Track) in 78th.


Mixed relay round out exciting event

The mixed relay over 5,800m was the last event of the day with Paul Robinson (St Coca’s) passing to Siofra Cleirigh Buttner (DSD), to John Travers (Donore Harriers) to Claire Tarplee (St Coca’s) where they finished 9th in 16:40 in a demolition derby style race.
It rounded out another consistent championships for Ireland to build a good platform to hosting the European Cross Country Championships in 2020. Lisbon will be next in 2019 but there is an improving repeatability of Irish performances that can help them move in to medal positions.

These performances bode well for the European Cross Country Championships next year, in Lisbon in 2019, and the following year, when Athletics Ireland hosts the event in Dublin, in 2020.

 
Full European Cross-Country Championship 2018 Results

 

Irish Results  -  European Cross Country Championships, Tilburg


U20 Women - 4,300m


Emma O’Brien (Sli Cualann) 8th, Sarah Healy (Blackrock) 9th, Stephanie Cotter (West Muskerry) 25th, Jodie McCann (DCH) 35th, Sophie O’Sullivan (Ballymore Cobh) 59th, Laura Nicholson (Bandon) 60th
 Team: 6th

U23 Women - 6,300m
Eilish Flanagan (Carmen) 16th, Aoibhe Richardson (KCH) 25th, Roisin Flanagan (Carmen) 41st, Fian Sweeney (DCH) 43rd, Siobhra O’Flaherty (SLOT) 54th, Sorcha McAllister (Westport) 66th
Team: 9th


 Senior Women - 8,300m
 Sara Treacy (Dunboyne) 26th Ciara Mageean (UCD) 43rd, Michelle Finn (Leevale) 51st, Annmarie McGlynn (Letterkenny) 57th, Fionnuala Ross (Armagh) 62nd, Kerry O’Flaherty (Newcastle) 64th.  
 Team: 11th


Under 20 Men - 6,300m
Darragh McElhinney (Bantry) 16, Sean O’Leary 18, Jamie battle 21, Michael Power (West Waterford) 60th, Fintan Stewart (City of Derry) 75th Daire Finn (DCH) 86th
Team: 5th


Under 23 Men - 8,300m
Ryan Forsyth (Newcastle) 4th, Brian Fay (Raheny Shamrock) 29th, Paul O’Donnell (DSD) 36th, , Cathal Doyle (Clonliffe Harriers) 51st, Jack O’Leary (Mullingar Harriers) 56th, Garry Campbell (Dunleer) 80th
Team: 6th


Senior Men - 10,300m
Sean Tobin (Clonmel) 10th, Kevin Dooney (Raheny Shamrock) 26th, Kevin Maunsell (Clonmel) 34th, Kevin Batt (DSD) 55th, Mick Clohisey (Raheny Shamrock) 67th, Damien Landers (Ennis Track) 78th
Team: 7th


Mixed Relay - 5,800m
 Ireland 9th - Paul Robinson (St Coca’s), Siofra Cleirigh Buttner (DSD), John Travers (Donore Harriers), Claire Tarplee (St Coca’s)

Ireland All Set for European Cross-Country Championships 2018

European Cross-Country Championships

Tilburg, Netherlands

Sunday December 8th 2018

 

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Stephanie Cotter and Adams State University Gear Up for European XC

Adams State University trio Stephanie Cotter (West Muskerry AC), along with twin sisters Eilish & Roisin Flanagan (Carmen Runners, Tyrone) form posrt of the Irish squad in Tilburg on Sunday, with Stephanie on Junior Team and Eilish & Roisin on the Under-23 Team. This is a huge occasion for Adams State to have three girls from the same NCAA University on the same team at the one time, and the University is delighted to have the three students represent Ireland.

Last weekend, at the NCAA Cross-Country Championships, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, with 6k, in poor conditions of heavy rain and 6 degrees C, the girls had a good workout in prepparation for Tilburg.

The team took Bronze, on 90 points, with Eilish Flanagan, in second place, bringing home Silver. Stephanie Cotter, in 11th place, and 1st Freshman, was next with Rosin Flanagan, anchoring the team home in 41st place


 

Athletics Ireland Release - Darragh Browne

Ireland Looking for Strong Showing in Tilburg

The Irish team will be looking for a strong showing at the 25th edition of the SPAR European Cross Country Championships taking place in Tilburg on Sunday next, December 9th.

Tilburg has previously hosted the European Cross Country Championships, in 2005, however Sunday's venue is different. This year’s event takes place on a challenging course, at the Beekse Bergen Safari Park, located just to the south-east of Tilburg.

 

U20 teams get action underway

Ireland has a strong U20 womens team, both individually and collectively, led by Sarah Healy (Blackrock). This level of competition is extremely tough with a huge depth of talent in the category. Great Britain are historically strong in this event, and will be looking to prove that once more.

The Irish have good depth and experience with Emma O’Brien (Sli Cualann), Jodie McCann (DCH), Laura Nicholson (Bandon) and Stephanie Cotter (West Muskerry), all having run this event previously. Stephanie came 11th last week, at the NCAA Division II cross country, representing Adams State University.  Sophie O’Sullivan (Ballymore Cobh) makes her debut in these Championships, but has good credentials also, having won European U18 silver over 800m last summer.

With three to score it should make for good competition. The Irish team finished 7th last year, but will be aiming for a significant improvement.

Norway’s wunderkind Jakob Ingebrigtsen is looking for a hat-trick of titles in the U20 men’s race, and is sure to grab the main media headlines. That won’t stop the Irish team, led by Darragh McElhinney (Bantry), from putting in a good performance. The Irish team was 10th last year.


Irish U23 Teams Make a Return

There were no Irish U23 teams last year, so it is a welcome addition to see them competing in Tilburg. Eilish Flanagan (Carmen) took  second for Adams State, in the NCAA division II cross country, with her twin sister Roisin also on the team. Siobhra O’Flaherty has been added to the U23 team, after a positive NCAA season with George Mason University, and she adds depth to the squad. They will be looking to put in a solid team performance.

Ryan Forsyth (Newcastle) was 11th in the NCAA division 1 cross-country championships, and he will be looking to replicate that form, which would see him finish in the top ten individually. Brian Fay (Raheny Shamrock) recently won the national U23 title, finishing fourth overall, and he will be looking to combine with the rest of his teammates for a strong team showing.

 

Senior

In recent years, the senior women have carried the flag for Ireland, winning team Gold and two Bronze since 2012. And there is no forgetting Fionnuala McCormack’s (Kilcoole) back-to-back victories, in 2011 and 2012. This year’s team has plenty of experience with Annmarie McGlynn (Letterkenny), Kerry O’Flaherty (Newcastle), Michelle Finn (Leevale) and Sara Treacy (Dunboyne) all having run on at least one of those medal-winning teams. Add in Ciara Mageean (UCD) and Fionnuala Ross (Armagh), who have both been running well this year.

As always, it will be tough to medal this year, but the team will be looking to improve on their 7th place finish last year.

The senior men finished 5th last year, and repeating that would be a fine achievement. A podium finish would be even sweeter, but with Turkey, Great Britain and Norway, who will have the Ingebrigtsen brothers, Henrik and Filip, it will be a hard ask.

Kevin Dooney (Raheny Shamrock) recently won an exciting battle for the national title, and will be hoping to maintain that good form. Clonmel’s Sean Tobin and Kevin Maunsell will be aiming to score on the team again, having finished 15th and 24th last year. Mick Clohisey (Raheny Shamrock), and Kevin Batt (DSD) will also be vying to be scoring members, while Damien Landers (Ennis Track) comes in for Stephen Scullion (Clonliffe Harriers) who has had to withdraw.

 

Mixed Relay team debut

This is the second year of the mixed relay with Ireland making their debut appearance with Siofra Cleirigh Buttner (DSD), Claire Tarplee (St Coca’s), Paul Robinson (St Coca’s) and John Travers (Donore Harriers) on the team. It is a talented quartet, and they will be aiming to put themselves in contention in the new event.

 

TV Coverage

Unconfirmed reports are that previous medalist and Team Captain, Lizzie Lee will be one of RTE's panellists for the TV coverage

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Action will be on RTE 2, from 12pm, with all the action also streamed on European Athletics, from 10am local time (9am here in Ireland)

 


Statistics and Event Information

 

Entries

Total Number of countries 38

Total Number of athletes 616

Total Number of Men 333

Total Number of Women 283

 

List of Entries (PDF File)

 


Course Preview

 


Schedule of Events

U20 Women Race 9:45am

U20 Men Race 10:05am

U23 Women race 10:35am

U23 Men race 11:05am

Senior Women Race 12:35pm

Senior Men race 13:10pm

Mixed Relay 13:55pm


Full Irish Squad

 


Irish European Cross-Country Championships Medal History

Individual Irish:

1994 - Senior Women- Catherina McKiernan - GOLD - 14:29

1998 - Junior Men - Gareth Turnbull - BRONZE - 16:55

2006 - U23 Women - Fionnuala Britton - SILVER - 18:56

2011 - Senior Women - Fionnuala Britton - GOLD - 25:55

2012 - Senior Women - Fionnuala Britton - GOLD - 27:45

 

Irish Teams:

1999 - Junior Mens Team - BRONZE - 43 pts

Gary Murray 8th, Brian Keane 15th, Mark Smyth 20th, Joe McAlister 75th, Robert Connolly 94th

 

2000 - Senior Mens Team - BRONZE - 72 pts

Peter Matthews 10th, Seamus Power 14th, Gareth Turnbull 23rd, Keith Kelly 25th, Ken Nason 55th, Fiachra Lombard 67th

 

2003 - Senior Womens Team - SILVER - 78 pts

Sonia O’Sullivan 4th, Rosemary Ryan 13th, Ann Keenan Buckley 27th, Catherina McKiernan 34th, Marie Davenport 52nd

 

2004 - Junior Mens Team - SILVER - 54pts

Mark Christie 5th, Andrew Ledwith 7th, Danny Darcy 11th, Jamie McCarthy 31st, Joe Sweeney 44th, Mark Hanrahan 56th

 

2010 - U23 Mens Team - GOLD - 60pts

David McCarthy 11th, Brendan O’Neill 13th, Michael Mulhare 16th, David Rooney 20th (25th), John Coghlan 34th, Ciarán Ó Lionáird 76th

 

2012 - Senior Womens Team - GOLD - 52 pts

Fionnuala Britton 1st Linda Byrne 8th, Ava Hutchinson 20th, Lizzie Lee 23rd, Sarah McCormack 36th, Sara Treacy 42nd

 

2014 - Senior Womens Team - BRONZE - 87 pts

Fionnuala Britton 6th, Sara Treacy 12th, Michelle Finn 23rd, Ann Marie McGlynn 46th, Siobhan O’Doherty 47th, Laura Crowe 53rd

 

2015 - Senior Womens Team - BRONZE - 83 pts

Fionnuala McCormack (nee Britton) 4th, Lizzie Lee 13th, Caroline Crowley 23rd, Ciara Durkan 43rd, Michelle Finn 54th, Kerry O’Flaherty 55

Update December 5th - National Marathon Entries 2019

Athletics Ireland National Marathon Entries 2019


Dublin

Sunday October 27th 2019

Update 4pm, Wednesday December 5th

 

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As of 4pm today, Wednesday December 5th, more than 18,100 of the 20,000 places available for next October's event have been sold.
It's just over 5 weeks since this year's event and, currently, there are less than 1,900 places left, and all of these are at the higher entry fee of €90.



On Thursday November 8th, entries had already reached 10,725. Having exceeded the €80 entry fee threshold of 14,000, a further rush of entries has come in, with around 300 to 400 entries coming in each day.

By November 28th, 15,800 places were gone

Yesterday, Tuesday December 4th, there were 2,750 places left. Following features on the 'Marathon Frenzy', in some of today's newspapers, there has been a flood of entries. The Marathon office said earlier this afternoon "This will probably sell out well before Monday!"


Enter KBC Dublin Marathon 2019

 

20,000 Limit

There is a cap of 20,000 on entries, and there is NO separate entry facility for Athletics Ireland National Marathon entry

This is critical for anyone thinking of entering the Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship.  In short, when the 20,000 limit is reached, That's It!! ...except ONLY for ELITES. There are no reserved places for Athletics Ireland members. If you miss out on the 20,000 limit, there is no 'back-door', unless you're lucky enough to be of Elite Status

NB: To reiterate....There is NO LATE ENTRY Dispensation for Athletics Ireland National Marathon entries

Runners competing in the Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship MUST enter in the normal fashion, the same as everyone else.  So, when entries close, that's it..... unless you're an elite athlete.

 

Elite Athlete Times

  Irish   Overseas  
Men   Sub 2:30   Sub 2:14
Women Sub 2:45 Sub 2:30

If you are an athlete with proven times in the above ranges, you should be ok for Late Entry...BUT, it's you're gamble as to wait or not!

 

Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship

Entry for the Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship is not yet open. All National Marathon Championship entrants MUST have already entered for the Marathon via the normal route, as above.  The Championship entry form will appear on the Athletics Ireland website .....probably months down the road!




Directions Weather and Entries for National Novice Cross-Country Chps 2018

Information for National Novice & Juvenile Uneven-Age Cross-Country Championships 2018

Navan Racecourse, Navan, Co. Meath

Saturday December 15th 2018

 

Timetable

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Course Map

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Course Map

 

Weather Update

Unfortunately the weather for tomorrow's Championships looks to be 'Challenging', with Met Eireann issuing a Status Yellow Rain & Wind Alert.  Weather is set to be pretty wet from the outset, and worsening through the afternoon, with the height of the rain and wind likely to be around 6pm.

Consequently, everyone is advised to have at least one change of clothes. If you're bringing these on-course, it is probably a good idea to have these inside a plastic bag, even if it's in a gear-bag - something like a refusack should suffice - to ensure that you have dry clothes to change into. ...and keep the bag for your wet gear/clothes.  Don't forget to bring rainwear, hat and gloves, to protect yourself from the elements

 

Driving Home

Weather, in terms of Rain and Wind, may make driving difficult. In the East, it's expected to be at it's height around 6pm, so hopefully you'll be well on your way by then. However, even if you leave earlier, you are likely to hit it on the way.  If you do, please reduce your speed, use headlamps and, if necessary, fog lamps - but don't forget to turn off your fog lamps when conditions improve.  It might also be an idea to stop for a break during the worst of the weather.


We're coming up to Christmas - Lets keep it a Happy one - Drive Safely....and watch out for the Other Guy, who may not be so sensible!

 

Meath Warnings

Status Yellow - Wind warning for Ireland

South to southeast winds will increase to reach 55 to 60 km/h during Saturday morning, strongest in the east.

Later on Saturday afternoon or evening winds veer west to northwest and further increase to reach 55 to 65 km/h with severe gusts of 90 to 110 km/h, possibly exceeding these limits for a time.

 


Rainfall Radar - Refresh Page for Up To Date Forecast

 

Cork Athletics Weather Page - Access from Main Menu

 

Directions

M7/M8 to Dublin, then North on M50 and come off at Junction 6 for N3/M3 (Navan / Cavan).

Continue North on M3 and take exit 8 Navan South.

Follow signs for town and then join the R147.

Continue towards the town driving along river Boyne.

Drive past Maxol station on left and under Railway line.

Straight through traffic lights after railway bridge and

then move to the left lane. Stay in left lane through 2nd set of traffic lights and

then move to right lane to take road for Kingscourt R162 /Slane/Drogheda.

Continue to Round C Pub roundabout and take 2nd exit R162 signposted Kingscourt / Nobber R162.

Continue out that road and Navan Adventure Sports is about 1k outside town boundary, just across the top of Proudstown Hill at the grounds of Navan Racecourse.

Sat-Nav:  53°40'59.5"N 6°40'24.3"W



Provisional Novice Entry List (PDF File)

Juvenile Under-Age Entry List has Not been Published


Related Pages

Final Cork Team Selections for National Junior and Juvenile Uneven-Age Cross-Country Championships

 

 

Death of Brian (Tom) O'Flynn

Brian (Tom) O'Flynn R.I.P. - Condolences

Cork Athletics County Board extends condolences and deepest sympathy to the family of Brian O'Flynn, who passed away on Saturday last. Brian, also known as Tom, served as Secretary of Leevale AC for several years in the mid-1980's to early 90's
 

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis

 

Notice from RIP.ie

The death has occurred of Brian (Tom) O'FLYNN
Halldene Avenue, Bishopstown, Cork
    

O'FLYNN (Bishopstown, Cork). On December 8th, 2018, peacefully at Marymount University Hospital and Hospice. BRIAN (TOM) Halldene Avenue, dearly loved husband of Deirdre (née O'Brien) and much loved father of Sarah (O'Connor), Shane, Colin and Susan. Sadly missed by his loving wife and family, brothers, sisters, son-in-law Dave, grandchildren Sophie, Róisín and Fionn, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

Reposing at his home on Monday from 4.00pm to 7.00pm followed by Rosary. Reception prayers at 11.30am on Tuesday in the Church of the Real Presence, Curraheen Road followed by Requiem Mass at 12.00noon. Funeral afterwards to the Island Crematorium, Ringaskiddy, Co.Cork. Family flowers only, please, donations in lieu to Marymount Hospice.

"May he rest in peace"

 

Cork Athletics Races during Christmas 2018

Registered Cork Athletics Races during the Festive Season 2018

Sunday December 16th to Sunday December 30th

 

Lots of races to choose from over the Christmas period, with races all over the County

Christmas Greeting IWOAAR

 

First up, on Sunday December 16th, we have two popular races, the Cloyne Commons 4k and Duhallow AC's Newmarket Classic 5k

 

cloyne commons race 2 2018 19 newmarket 5k road race flyer 2018
  Online Entry for Newmarket Classic 5km

 

 

Christmas Day - Tuesday December 25th

The Annual GOAL Mile will be held in a number of locations around Cork. Details are being 'fleshed out' at the moment, but there will be GOAL Miles at CIT Track and Doneraile Park, with info about other locations yet to come in.

goal mile christmas 2017

 

 

St Stephen's Day - Wednesday December 26th - Dick Copithorne Memorial Belgooly 4

This highly popular St Stephen's Day 'Turkey/Pudding Burner' has the added bonus of chip timing this year, so we're probably looking at numbers in excess of it's usual 650/700 finishers

belgooly ac dick copithorne memorial 4 mile road race flyer 2018

Online Entry for Dick Copithorne Memorial 4 Mile

 

Saturday December 29th - Carrigaline Christmas Fun Run 2018

Carrigaline, 10:00, Saturday December 29th

 

 carrigaline ac christmas fun run 2018

 

Saturday December 29th - Shandrum 5k

 shandrum ac 5k road race flyer 2018

 

Sunday December 30th - Togher 5k

 

 cork mental health togher 5k road race flyer 2018 11

 

 

Online Entry for Togher AC Ryan's Supervalu 5km

 

 

Final Cork Team Selections for Athletics Ireland National Junior and Juvenile Uneven-Age Cross-Country Championships 2018

Cork Athletics Squads for National Junior & Juvenile UnEven-Age Cross-Country Championships

Navan Racecourse, Navan, Co. Meath

Saturday December 15th 2018

 

 athletics ireland national novice and uneven age cross country timetable 2018

 

NB This Event is on a SATURDAY

 

 The following athletes have been selected for Cork Teams at Athletics Ireland National Junior & Juvenile Uneven-Age Cross-Country Championships 2018

If your availability changes, please notify Team Manager Mary Meagher IMMEDIATELY

 

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 0872966298

 

Please bring your own safety pins.

Please check in Cork Athletics County Team Manager 90 minutes before your race, and collect your singlet.

Singlets may be purchased for €15 each, but must be ordered by 7th December

 

Novice Teams

Please note that this event is on Saturday 15th December

 

Girls Under-11 
Athlete Club
Faye O'Riordan Carraig na bhFear AC
Eabha Ní Chonaola West Muskerry AC
Taylor Aherne Youghal AC
Rachel O'Flynn Grange-Fermoy AC
Holly O'Flynn Skibbereen AC
Ava Chandler Ballymore-Cobh AC
Vivien Millerick Youghal AC
Heather Mc Carthy Doheny AC
Clodagh Barry Bandon AC
Gemma O'Mahony Doheny AC
   
Boys Under-11 
Athlete Club
Fionnán Smith Courceys AC
Cillian O'Flynn Bandon AC
Ollie Buckley Riverstick Kinsale AC
Cian Power Leevale AC
Lachlan Heafey Grange-Fermoy AC
Darragh O'Connor Belgooly AC
Paul Kelly Carrigaline Road Runners AC
Cian Ryan Carraig na bhFear AC
Conor Looney Blarney Inniscarra AC
Darragh Murphy West Muskerry AC
   
Girls Under-13 
Athlete Club
Nicole Dinan Leevale AC
Ava Fitzgerald Carraig na bhFear AC
Áine Sheridan Ballymore-Cobh AC
Leah Dunne Carraig na bhFear AC
Amy Mc Carthy Bandon AC
Zoe Conway Belgooly AC
Isabelle Nestor Midleton AC
Claire Crowley Leevale AC
Hannah Arrigan Leevale AC
Grace Nyhan Bandon AC
   
Boys Under-13 
Athlete Club
John Murphy Liscarroll AC
Oisín Mc Carthy Bandon AC
Bobby O'Riordan Carraig na bhFear AC
Eoghan O'Connor Belgooly AC
Roman Borkowski-Horgan North Cork AC
Gavin Sweetnam Skibbereen AC
Jack O'Rourke Blarney Inniscarra AC
Alex Coughlan Doheny AC
Michael O'Driscoll Riverstick Kinsale AC
Shane Byrne Togher AC
   
Girls Under-15 
Athlete Club
Emma Landers Youghal AC
Katie O'Keeffe Leevale AC
Rebecca Kelleher Carraig na bhFear AC
Maeve O'Neill Doheny AC
Kate Redmond Riverstick Kinsale AC
Avril Cashman Youghal AC
Aniela Borowski-Horgan North Cork AC
Avril Millerick Youghal AC
Alex Cashman Youghal AC
Erin Joyce Youghal AC
   
Boys Under-15 
Athlete Club
Daniel Buckley Leevale AC
Callum McElhinney Bantry AC
Eoin Quirke Midleton AC
Diarmuid Healy Midleton AC
Ciarán O'Sullivan Bantry AC
Timmy Hawkins Belgooly AC
Alex Buckley Ballymore-Cobh AC
Sam Kiely Riverstick Kinsale AC
Fearghal Desmond Leevale AC
Rory Duggan West Muskerry AC
   
Girls Under-17 
Athlete Club
Lucy O'Keeffe Youghal AC
Holly Carroll Blarney Inniscarra AC
Sarah Morrison St Nicholas AC
Jane Buckley Bandon AC
Patrice Holmes Leevale AC
Alanna Drennan Midleton AC
Jennifer Kearney Carraig na bhFear AC
Laetitia Fitzgibbon Grange-Fermoy AC
Megan Murphy Carraig na bhFear AC
Lauren Murphy Carraig na bhFear AC
   
Boys Under-17 
Athlete Club
Tommy Connolly Leevale AC
Fionn Harrington Bandon AC
Gavin Kenny Bandon AC
Daire O'Sullivan Carraig na bhFear AC
Conor O'Neill Youghal AC
Tadgh Manning West Muskerry AC
Adam Kiely Leevale AC
Luke Hever North Cork AC
Patrick Kelly Midleton AC
Sean O'Connell Togher AC
   
Girls Under-19 
Athlete Club
Alanah Neff Leevale AC
Natalie Nicholson St Catherines AC
Tamzin Muldowney Midleton AC
Caoimhe O'Leary West Muskerry AC
   
Boys Under-19 
Athlete Club
Damien Madigan North Cork AC
Ben Smith Leevale AC
Alan O'Donovan Leevale AC
Jack O'Shea Midleton AC
Jake Mc Carthy Youghal AC
Jack O'Connor Leevale AC
NaoiseO'Flaitheartaigh Bandon AC
Joseph Daly Carraig na bhFear AC
Frank O'Brien Midleton AC
   
Junior Women 
Athlete Club
Laura Nicholson Bandon AC
Laura HAYES St Catherines AC
Tamzin Muldowney Midleton AC
Nathalie Nicholson St Catherines AC
Sarah Mulcahy St Catherines AC
Lucy O'Keeffe Youghal AC
Anna Kellegher Liscarroll AC
Caoimhe O'Leary West Muskerry AC
Alannah Neff Leevale AC
Alannah Drennan Midleton AC
Lesley Cashman Youghal AC
   
Junior Men 
Athlete Club
Paul Hartnett Midleton AC
FrankO'Brien Midleton AC
Darragh Mc Elhinney Bantry AC
Jack O'Shea Midleton AC
Damien Madigan North Cork AC
Ben Smith Leevale AC
Naoise O Flaitheartaigh Bandon AC
Jake Mc Carthy Youghal AC
Jack O'Connor Leevale AC
Alan O'Donovan Leevale AC
Simon Upton Youghal AC
John Muckian Bandon AC
Sean O'Sullivan West Muskerry AC
Joseph Daly Carraig na bhFear AC
Conor O'Neill Youghal AC

Update December 6th - National Marathon Entries 2019

Athletics Ireland National Marathon Entries 2019


Dublin

Sunday October 27th 2019

Update 4pm, Thursday December 6th

 


kbc dublin marathon entries december 6th 2018

 

As of 4pm today, Thursday December 6th, over 18,500 of the 20,000 places available for next October's event have been sold.
There are less than 1,500 places left, all at €90. Entries are coming in at approx 500 per day. At this rate the event will sell out on  Saturday or Sunday next



On Thursday November 8th, entries had already reached 10,725. Having exceeded the €80 entry fee threshold of 14,000, a further rush of entries has come in, with around 300 to 400 entries coming in each day.

By November 28th, 15,800 places were gone

On Tuesday December 4th, there were 2,750 places left. Following features on the 'Marathon Frenzy', in some of today's newspapers, there has been a flood of entries. The Marathon office said, on Wednesday last, December 5th, "This will probably sell out well before Monday!"


Enter KBC Dublin Marathon 2019

 

20,000 Limit

There is a cap of 20,000 on entries, and there is NO separate entry facility for Athletics Ireland National Marathon entry

This is critical for anyone thinking of entering the Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship.  In short, when the 20,000 limit is reached, That's It!! ...except ONLY for ELITES. There are no reserved places for Athletics Ireland members. If you miss out on the 20,000 limit, there is no 'back-door', unless you're lucky enough to be of Elite Status

NB: To reiterate....There is NO LATE ENTRY Dispensation for Athletics Ireland National Marathon entries

Runners competing in the Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship MUST enter in the normal fashion, the same as everyone else.  So, when entries close, that's it..... unless you're an elite athlete.

 

Elite Athlete Times

  Irish   Overseas  
Men   Sub 2:30   Sub 2:14
Women Sub 2:45 Sub 2:30

If you are an athlete with proven times in the above ranges, you should be ok for Late Entry...BUT, it's you're gamble as to wait or not!

 

Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship

Entry for the Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship is not yet open. All National Marathon Championship entrants MUST have already entered for the Marathon via the normal route, as above.  The Championship entry form will appear on the Athletics Ireland website .....probably months down the road!


Second Chance - If you're lucky!

In an article on "The explosive growth of the Dublin Marathon", by Lindie Naughten, on FastRunning
, Dublin Marathon Race Director, Jim Aughney revealed that there will be an option for those who are unable to run to hand back their place. These 'returned' places will then go back on re-sale at a later stage. Details of the Return & Resale have yet to be finalised, but more information is expected early in the New Year.

Almost 90% of the 18,500 places gone so far have been to Irish participants, with just over 2,000 entries from abroad. This will undoubtably cause some headaches for the Marathon organisers, as a significant part of the growth in numbers in recent years has been fueled by entrants from abroad. If these athletes are unable to enter, it may stem the tide of entries from that quarter, resulting in a Sport-Tourism fall-off, possibly making the event less attractive to some sponsors.  I don't envey the organisers predicament in trying to resolve that issue - If they make more places available to participants from abroad, there may be complaints from Irish athletes who may miss out


Jim Aughney's Comments on Entry Refunds and Number Re-Sale

“We have changed a few things for next year,” he says. “If people enter now and then find they can’t run for any reason, we will give them their money back taking only a small administration fee. We will then open up entry again with those numbers.

“But we will have a cut-off date since we need to give people taking up the extra numbers time to train. It can’t be as late as September since we also have to order t-shirts and medals. We will decide on a cut-off date no later than January.”



Cork Athletics Registration Figures - November 30th 2018

Record Cork Athletics Registration Figures - November 30th 2018

 

cork athletics registration plate 181130

 

November end-of-month registrations for Cork Athletics stand at 8,454, a new registrations record for Cork, surpassing the 2017 year-end figure of 8,264, with a month yet to go until the end of the year. However, given that we're now in the last month of the year, it's unlikely that there will be more than a handful registered during December.

 

Fifty six of Cork's fifty seven registered clubs registered athletes during 2018. Of all registered clubs, only Ballinacurra Villagers AC have failed to register a single athlete - and the club registered just a single athlete in 2017, so that club's future as an Athletics Ireland registered club looks to be in severe doubt.

 

Clubs are reminded that, even though most of the year has passed, all new members MUST be registered, or they will NOT be covered by Athletics Ireland insurance

 

Any athlete, coach, official, or any member acting in any capacity, who remains unregistered is NOT covered by Athletics Irelands insurance, for ANY purpose whatsoever, including training and/or competition.

The 2019 Registration facility is likely to open later this month

 

National Standings

Athletics Ireland are likely to issue the November end-of-month National registration figures in the coming days. Standing of Cork clubs in the various Top 50 National standings will be added to this page

 

Overall Registrations as at November 30th 2018

Leevale AC and Bandon AC head the table, both clubs exceeding the 600 mark, leading the other clubs by a significant distance. Five clubs: Togher AC, Ballymore Cobh AC, Midleton AC, Youghal AC and North Cork AC all have over 300 registered members.

A total of sixeen (16) clubs have over 200 registrations, while a further twelve (12) clubs have now exceeded 100 registered members, making a total of 28 clubs with 100 or more registerd members, so 50% of registered clubs currently have more than 100 registered members.

 

 total registrations november 2018 leading 28 Clubs

28 Largest Clubs, by Total Registered Members

 

 total registrations november 2018 lower 28 Clubs

Remaining 28 Clubs, by Total Registered Members

 

Total Registrations for Cork Clubs November 30th 2018

ClubJuvenileJuniorMasterSeniorTotal
Leevale AC 491 8 111 77 687
Bandon AC 469 4 112 30 615
Togher AC 199 6 143 39 387
Midleton AC 171 2 154 13 340
Youghal AC 190 0 126 19 335
Ballymore Cobh AC 166 1 152 15 334
North Cork AC 234 2 70 16 322
St. Catherine's AC 188 0 94 16 298
West Muskerry AC 208 3 56 9 276
Mallow AC 1 0 237 30 268
Belgooly AC 224 0 29 1 254
Ballincollig AC 178 1 68 3 250
St. Nicholas AC 98 0 121 20 239
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 154 2 51 8 215
Clonakilty Road Runners 129 0 71 15 215
Grange/Fermoy AC 81 0 112 8 201
Carrigaline Road Runners AC 129 0 50 6 185
Eagle AC 0 1 163 16 180
Tracton AC 98 0 68 1 167
St. Finbarrs AC 4 1 140 15 160
Doneraile AC 0 0 105 49 154
Millstreet AC 75 0 59 9 143
Watergrasshill AC 1 0 115 24 140
Liscarroll AC 107 2 22 4 135
Doheny AC 114 0 10 1 125
Ballintotis Fit4Life 3 1 110 9 123
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 104 1 15 2 122
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 77 0 28 1 106
Bantry AC 51 0 41 12 104
Dromahane Road Runners AC 1 0 77 17 95
Mount Hilary AC 0 0 68 25 93
Skibbereen AC 69 1 15 7 92
Courcey AC 77 0 14 1 92
Aghada Running Club ARC 0 0 79 6 85
Bweeng Trail Blazers 2 0 69 11 82
Bridevale AC 0 0 65 16 81
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 1 0 66 11 78
Blarney/Inniscara AC 62 0 11 2 75
Durrus AC 52 1 20 0 73
Buttevant R.C. 0 1 46 16 63
Old Abbey AC 47 0 6 6 59
Churchtown Road Runners 0 1 27 15 43
Glanmire AC 38 0 4 1 43
Donoughmore AC 1 0 36 4 41
Carrigtwohill AC 0 0 29 8 37
East Cork AC 0 0 20 15 35
Beara AC 0 1 26 5 32
Galtee Runners AC 2 0 24 5 31
Fota Island Running Club 0 0 21 6 27
Duhallow AC 3 1 13 7 24
Shandrum AC 0 0 18 3 21
Rising Sun AC 0 0 21 0 21
Cork Mental Health AC 0 0 11 8 19
Abbey Striders AC 3 2 3 3 11
Cork Track Club 0 1 0 10 11
Garryvoe AC 0 0 3 7 10
           
Total 4302 44 3425 683 8454

 

Juvenile/Junior Registrations as at November 30th 2018

Leevale AC, on 499, lead the table, marginally ahead of Bandon AC, on 473, while both clubs have of whom still have over double the Juvenile/Junior membership of third-placed North Cork AC, on 236, with Belgooly AC a further 12 behind.

 

registrations november 2018 leading junior juvenile clubs

Leading Cork Juvenile Clubs

 

Team nameJuvenileJuniorTotal
Leevale AC 491 8 499
Bandon AC 469 4 473
North Cork AC 234 2 236
Belgooly AC 224 0 224
West Muskerry AC 208 3 211
Togher AC 199 6 205
Youghal AC 190 0 190
St. Catherine's AC 188 0 188
Ballincollig AC 178 1 179
Midleton AC 171 2 173
Ballymore Cobh AC 166 1 167
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 154 2 156
Clonakilty Road Runners 129 0 129
Carrigaline Road Runners AC 129 0 129
Doheny AC 114 0 114
Liscarroll AC 107 2 109
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 104 1 105
St. Nicholas AC 98 0 98
Tracton AC 98 0 98
Grange/Fermoy AC 81 0 81
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 77 0 77
Courcey AC 77 0 77
Millstreet AC 75 0 75
Skibbereen AC 69 1 70
Blarney/Inniscara AC 62 0 62
Durrus AC 52 1 53
Bantry AC 51 0 51
Old Abbey AC 47 0 47
Glanmire AC 38 0 38
St. Finbarrs AC 4 1 5
Abbey Striders AC 3 2 5
Ballintotis Fit4Life 3 1 4
Duhallow AC 3 1 4
Bweeng Trail Blazers 2 0 2
Galtee Runners AC 2 0 2
Mallow AC 1 0 1
Eagle AC 0 1 1
Watergrasshill AC 1 0 1
Dromahane Road Runners AC 1 0 1
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 1 0 1
Buttevant R.C. 0 1 1
Churchtown Road Runners 0 1 1
Donoughmore AC 1 0 1
Beara AC 0 1 1
Cork Track Club 0 1 1
       
Total 4302 44 4346

 

Senior/Master Registrations as at November 30th 2018

Mallow AC have almost 50% more Registered Seniors & Masters than nearest rivals, Leevale AC, with Togher AC leapfroging Eagle AC since last month, while Midleton AC also swapped places with Ballymore-Cobh AC.

 

adult registrations november 2018 leading 28 clubs

Top 28 Adult Registrations by Club - November 30th 2018

 

 adult registrations november 2018 lower 28 clubs

Next 28 Adult Registrations by Club - November 30th 2018

 

ClubMastersSeniorTotal
Mallow AC 237 30 267
Leevale AC 111 77 188
Togher AC 143 39 182
Eagle AC 163 16 179
Midleton AC 154 13 167
Ballymore Cobh AC 152 15 167
St. Finbarrs AC 140 15 155
Doneraile AC 105 49 154
Youghal AC 126 19 145
Bandon AC 112 30 142
St. Nicholas AC 121 20 141
Watergrasshill AC 115 24 139
Grange/Fermoy AC 112 8 120
Ballintotis Fit4Life 110 9 119
St. Catherine's AC 94 16 110
Dromahane Road Runners AC 77 17 94
Mount Hilary AC 68 25 93
North Cork AC 70 16 86
Clonakilty Road Runners 71 15 86
Aghada Running Club ARC 79 6 85
Bridevale AC 65 16 81
Bweeng Trail Blazers 69 11 80
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 66 11 77
Ballincollig AC 68 3 71
Tracton AC 68 1 69
Millstreet AC 59 9 68
West Muskerry AC 56 9 65
Buttevant R.C. 46 16 62
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 51 8 59
Carrigaline Road Runners AC 50 6 56
Bantry AC 41 12 53
Churchtown Road Runners 27 15 42
Donoughmore AC 36 4 40
Carrigtwohill AC 29 8 37
East Cork AC 20 15 35
Beara AC 26 5 31
Belgooly AC 29 1 30
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 28 1 29
Galtee Runners AC 24 5 29
Fota Island Running Club 21 6 27
Liscarroll AC 22 4 26
Skibbereen AC 15 7 22
Shandrum AC 18 3 21
Rising Sun AC 21 0 21
Durrus AC 20 0 20
Duhallow AC 13 7 20
Cork Mental Health AC 11 8 19
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 15 2 17
Courcey AC 14 1 15
Blarney/Inniscara AC 11 2 13
Old Abbey AC 6 6 12
Doheny AC 10 1 11
Cork Track Club 0 10 10
Garryvoe AC 3 7 10
Abbey Striders AC 3 3 6
Glanmire AC 4 1 5
       
 Total 3425 683 4108

 

Senior Registrations as at November 30th 2018

Leevale AC surpass all others at the head of the Senior table, with 77 Seniors. New club Doneraile AC remain in clear second place, with 49 Senior members, behind Leevale AC. Togher AC come next, with with 39, followed by Mallow AC (30) and Bandon AC (30)

 

registrations november 2018 leading senior lubs

 Top 26 Senior Registrations by Club - November 30th 2018

 

ClubSeniors
Leevale AC 77
Doneraile AC 49
Togher AC 39
Bandon AC 30
Mallow AC 30
Mount Hilary AC 25
Watergrasshill AC 24
St. Nicholas AC 20
Youghal AC 19
Dromahane Road Runners AC 17
North Cork AC 16
St. Catherine's AC 16
Eagle AC 16
Bridevale AC 16
Buttevant R.C. 16
Ballymore Cobh AC 15
Clonakilty Road Runners 15
St. Finbarrs AC 15
Churchtown Road Runners 15
East Cork AC 15
Midleton AC 13
Bantry AC 12
Bweeng Trail Blazers 11
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 11
Cork Track Club 10
West Muskerry AC 9
Millstreet AC 9
Ballintotis Fit4Life 9
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 8
Grange/Fermoy AC 8
Carrigtwohill AC 8
Cork Mental Health AC 8
Skibbereen AC 7
Duhallow AC 7
Garryvoe AC 7
Carrigaline Road Runners AC 6
Aghada Running Club ARC 6
Old Abbey AC 6
Fota Island Running Club 6
Beara AC 5
Galtee Runners AC 5
Liscarroll AC 4
Donoughmore AC 4
Ballincollig AC 3
Shandrum AC 3
Abbey Striders AC 3
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 2
Blarney/Inniscara AC 2
Belgooly AC 1
Tracton AC 1
Doheny AC 1
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 1
Courcey AC 1
Glanmire AC 1
Durrus AC 0
Rising Sun AC 0
   
Total 683

 

Masters Registrations as at November 30th 2018

Mallow AC are way ahead of the rest of the field, with 237 Masters registrations. Eagle AC and Midleton AC have 163 and 154 respectively. Ballymore-Cobh AC and Togher AC follow next, while a total of 14 clubs top the 100 mark.

 

 registrations november 2018 leading masters clubs

Top 28 Masters Registrations by Club - November 30th 2018

 

ClubMasters
Mallow AC 237
Eagle AC 163
Midleton AC 154
Ballymore Cobh AC 152
Togher AC 143
St. Finbarrs AC 140
Youghal AC 126
St. Nicholas AC 121
Watergrasshill AC 115
Bandon AC 112
Grange/Fermoy AC 112
Leevale AC 111
Ballintotis Fit4Life 110
Doneraile AC 105
St. Catherine's AC 94
Aghada Running Club ARC 79
Dromahane Road Runners AC 77
Clonakilty Road Runners 71
North Cork AC 70
Bweeng Trail Blazers 69
Ballincollig AC 68
Tracton AC 68
Mount Hilary AC 68
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 66
Bridevale AC 65
Millstreet AC 59
West Muskerry AC 56
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 51
Carrigaline Road Runners AC 50
Buttevant R.C. 46
Bantry AC 41
Donoughmore AC 36
Belgooly AC 29
Carrigtwohill AC 29
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 28
Churchtown Road Runners 27
Beara AC 26
Galtee Runners AC 24
Liscarroll AC 22
Fota Island Running Club 21
Rising Sun AC 21
Durrus AC 20
East Cork AC 20
Shandrum AC 18
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 15
Skibbereen AC 15
Courcey AC 14
Duhallow AC 13
Blarney/Inniscara AC 11
Cork Mental Health AC 11
Doheny AC 10
Old Abbey AC 6
Glanmire AC 4
Abbey Striders AC 3
Garryvoe AC 3
Cork Track Club 0
   
Total 3425

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