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Michael Harty Breaks Irish M40 5k Road Record - Again!

Michael Harty Runs 14:20 For Irish M40 Masters Road Record

Bob Heffernan & Mary Hanley 5k Road Race

Enfield, Co Meath

Tuesday May 17th 2022

 

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Michael Harty, East Cork AC
Photo: Ben McShane/Sportsfile


Subject to ratification, Michael Harty, East Cork AC, broke the Irish Masters M40 record, at last night's Bob Heffernan & Mary Hanley 5k Road Race, in Enfield, Co Meath. Michael ran 14:20, for third place, behind Paul O'Donnell (DSD AC), 14:00, and Peter Somba (Dunboyne AC), 14:17.  Michael's time was one (1) second inside Brian Maher's previous record of 14:21

 

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Enfield 5k Top 10

 

Bob Heffernan & Mary Hanley 5k Results 2022

Race 3 in the KIA Series 2022


Streets of Kilkenny 5k

Setting the new record last night must have provided Michael with some satisfaction after last month's Streets of Kilkenny 5k, where, running 14:14, Michael was credited with breaking the record, only for the organisers to issue a statement, some days later, disclosing that the course had been found to be short, so the 'record' set that day cannot stand

 

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Top 10 Streets of Kilkenny 5k

 

Streets of Kilkenny 5k Results 2022

 

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Michael Harty bides his time behind Sean Doyle, North Cork AC and Eoin Everard, Kilkenny City Harriers
Photo: Paul Dargan Photography

 

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Statement from Kilkenny City Harriers AC

While the shortfall has not been stated, it has been reported, unofficially, to have been some 60m short.   Also inside the 'record' that night, was existing record holder Brian Maher, from the host club, Kilkenny City Harriers, just two places and four seconds behind Michael

 

 

 

Entry Forms Cork Athletics County T&F Championships 2022

Cork Athletics Juvenile 'B' Track & Field and Combined Events Championships Entry Forms 2022

 

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Closing Date: 10pm, Tuesday May 17th 2022



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Entry Form - Juvenile 'B' Track and Field Championships

 

Entry Form - Juvenile Combined Events Championships


Forms can also be downloaded from the Current Entry Forms for Cork Athletics Events page, available via the Main Menu - Forms - Entry Forms


Meet Notes, Schedule/Order of Events, etc, will be posted on the Day 4 Calendar Page

Louise Shanahan Sets Sub 2 Minute Irish 800m Record - May 14th 2022

1:59.42 Irish 800m Record for Louise Shanahan

Irish Milers Club Meet, Belfast

Saturday May 14th 2022

 

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Louise Shanahan, Leevale AC, set a new Irish Women's 800m record of 1:59.42, becoming only the second Irish woman to go sub 2 minutes for the two lap event.  In doing so she catapulted herself from 11th place to first in the Irish All-Time standings.  In a storming head-to-head with Ciara Mageean, the record holder, Louise produced the 'gutsier' finish to surpass the Co. Down girl, who finished in 1:59.82

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Along with the Record, Louise's time is also inside the qualification standards for both the World Championships, which will be held in Eugene, Oregon, USA, in July, and the European Championships, which will be held in Munich, Germany, in August


Women's 800m, Irish Milers Club Meet, Belfast, Saturday May 14th 2022

Video: Cathal Dennehy

 

Athletics Ireland Report

SHANAHAN STORMS TO NEW IRISH 800M RECORD

Louise Shanahan (Leevale AC) has produced the run of her life to secure a new Irish 800m record of 1:59:42 at the Irish Milers Club meeting in Belfast today (May 14th)

The Leevale star went head-to-head with fellow Tokyo Olympian Ciara Mageean at the Belfast meet, eventually coming out on top to break the record previously held by Mageean (1:59:69). The record breaking performance also secured the qualification standards for the World Championships in Oregon, as well as the European Championships in Munich which both take place later this summer

Shanahan raced tactically from the gun, staying in touching distance of Mageean before unleashing her final challenge down the home straight. Mageean fought back and ultimately crossed in a superb season opener of 1:59:82

 

 

Irish Independent Reprt by Cathal Dennehy

Louise Shanahan produced a magnificent performance at the Irish Milers Club meeting in Belfast on Saturday to break the Irish 800m record, the Tokyo Olympian clocking 1:59.42 to out-kick previous record holder Ciara Mageean

“This is out of my wildest dreams, I can’t believe it,” said Shanahan, whose previous best was the 2:01.44 she ran in Belfast last year.

“I felt really good today and loved every minute of the warm-up. It was perfect conditions and Ciara was the perfect wind-block through the entire race.”

Shanahan ran behind Mageean – who held the Irish record at 1:59.69 – through the first 750 metres before fighting past her fellow Olympian the run to the line, with Mageean clocking 1:59.82 in second in her season debut

They are now the only two Irishwomen in history to have broken two minutes for 800m

“I saw 1:29 going through 600 and I felt really good,” said Shanahan. “It’s a two-second PB and on Tuesday I was considering not racing, my coach was trying to convince me I was in shape. The goal this year was to break 2:01, so to smash that in my first race is amazing.”

Shanahan’s time qualifies her for both the World Championships in Eugene in July and the Europeans in Munich in August

 

Events Week Ending Sunday May 15th 2022

Cork Athletics Event Listing - Week Ending Sunday May 15th 2022

Week 20 2022

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This Week's Events - Week Ending Sunday May 15th 2022

 

Next Week's Events - Week Ending Sunday May 22nd 2022

 

This Month's Events - May 2022

 

Next Month's Events - June 2022


Another full week coming up! Locally the first of the John Buckley Sport sponsored Cork Athletics Evening T&F Meets is at MTU Track tonight. Wednesday sees the visit of AAI President John Cronin, and CEO Hamish Adams to Cork County Board's Monthly Meeting.

On the Road, we have Thursday's Youghal 5k, Followed by the Buttevant 4 on Friday. Nine Parkrun 5k's take place around the County on Saturday. The week is rounded off by Day 3 of the County Juvenile T&F Championships, at MTU Track, on Sunday

 

Monday May 9th, 19:30 - Cork Open Track & Field Evening Meet 1

MTU Track, Cork

 

Wednesday May 11th, 20:00 - Cork Athletics County Board Monthly Meeting

Admin Building, MTU Track, Cork AAI President John Cronin and CEO Hamish Adams will attend

 

Thursday May 12th, 20:00  - Youghal 5k

Youghal, Co Cork

 

Friday May 13th, 19:00  - Ballinroad 5k (Waterford Race)

Ballinroad, Co Waterford

 

 Galbally, Co. Limerick

 

Friday May 13th, 20:15  - Buttevant AC 4 Mile

Buttevant, Co. Cork

 

Saturday May 14th, 09:30  - Parkrun - Various Locations

Bere Island, Glengarriff, Castlehaven, Clonakilty, Macroom, Ballincollig, Glen River, Mallow Castle, Youghal

 

Saturday May 14th, 14:00  - Belfast Irish Milers International

Sunday May 15th, 10:00 - Cork Athletics County Juvenile U9 - 11 & Relays T&F Championships - Day 3

MTU Track

 

Sunday May 15th, 10:00  - Tipperary Spring Water 10k (Tipperary Race)

Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

 

Sunday May 15th, 11:00  - Michael Rejmer 10 Mile (Limerick Race)

Limerick Racecourse, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick

AAI President and CEO to Attend May County Board Meeting

AAI President John Cronin and CEO Hamish Adams to Attend County Board's May Meeting

MTU Track

8pm Wednesday May 11th 2022

 

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John Cronin, President, Athletics Ireland Hamish Adams, CEO, Athletics Ireland


John Cronin, President, Athletics Ireland and Hamish Adams, CEO, Athletics Ireland have accepted an invitation to attend Cork Athletics County Board's Monthly meeting, on Wednesday May 11th, at MTU Track

Pat Walsh, Acting Chairman of Cork County Board has said that the portion of the meeting allocated to the Board's AAI Guests will, of necessity, be limited to 45 minutes maximum, as there is a considerable amount of 'normal business' to be discussed, along with the remaining/upcoming Juvenile T&F Championships, the Evening T&F Meets (incorporating the County Junior, Senior & Masters Championships), the Board's involvement in Stewarding 3 sections of the Cork City Marathon, and planning for September's Women's Mini-Marathon...to list just some of the items

Footnote Re:Stewards for Cork City Marathon

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Several clubs and individuals have responded to Pat Walsh's call for Stewards for the Cork City Marathon, on Sunday June 5th, however we are still considerably short of our requirements. Cork Athletics manages and stewards some 60% of the course, from the Start Line to Tivoli (0 to 5 Miles), then from the Marina to the Finish line (15 Miles to 26.2 Miles), incorporating the Victoria Road and Model Farm Road relay changeover stations, and all road junctions along those sections. Effectively, the County Board covers Relay Legs 1, 4 and 5

 

Incentive to Clubs Providing Stewards for Marathon

Cork Athletics expects to need about 105 stewards, to cover its areas of responsibility in the Marathon. For the more recent live Cork City Marathons, we were about 20 people short. Consequently, Cork County Board has decided to offer member clubs a financial fundraising incentive, similar to that of the Grant Thornton, for each steward that a club provides

The Board receives payment for it's Stewarding, and management of it's sections, from Cork City Marathon. This, along with similar fees for events such as the Grant Thornton 5k, and revenue from the Mini-Marathon, are the Board's 'Life-Blood', providing much needed funds for all it's activities, including providing travel and subsistence payments for County Juvenile, Senior and masters representative teams.

 

Footnote Re:Stewards for Cork City Marathon

Several clubs and individuals have responded to Pat Walsh's call for Stewards for the Cork City Marathon, on Sunday June 5th, however we are still considerably short of our requirements. Cork Athletics manages and stewards some 60% of the course, from the Start Line to Tivoli (0 to 5 Miles), then from the Marina to the Finish line (15 Miles to 26.2 Miles), incorporating the Victoria Road and Model Farm Road relay changeover stations, and all road junctions along those sections. Effectively, the County Board covers Relay Legs 1, 4 and 5

 

Incentive to Clubs Providing Stewards for Marathon

Cork Athletics expects to need about 105 stewards, to cover its areas of responsibility in the Marathon. For the more recent live Cork City Marathons, we were about 20 people short. Consequently, Cork County Board has decided to offer member clubs a financial fundraising incentive, similar to that of the Grant Thornton, for each steward that a club provides

The Board receives payment for it's Stewarding, and management of it's sections, from Cork City Marathon. This, along with similar fees for events such as the Grant Thornton 5k, and revenue from the Mini-Marathon, are the Board's 'Life-Blood', providing much needed funding to cover, among many other things, travel and subsistence allowances to clubs to ally the expenses of Juvenile, Junior, Senior and Masters athletes on representative Cork County Teams.  It is obviously in every clubs' interests to help generate these funds, by providing stewards.

Please ring or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or TEXT 0872354836 , if you, or your club, can help out

 

Related Article

Cork City Marathon 2022 - Volunteer Stewards Required

Marion Lyons is This Weeks EchoLive Character of Cork

Character of Cork Marion Lyons: ‘I love to get the best out of people’

This article appeared in EchoLive on Tuesday May 3rd 2022

 

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Marion Lyons - Character of Cork


Personal trainer and president of St Finbarrs Athletics this Cork woman loves getting the best out of people, regardless of their age. This week’s Character of Cork Marion Lyons

A PERSONAL trainer at the age of 67, Marion Lyons is a beacon of hope to those who believe in the benefits of sport and she is an example to all who advocate for the importance of a balanced lifestyle with plenty of laughter

A track and cross-country runner, who represented Ireland at an international level, Marion won the Cork City Marathon in 1986 and went on to achieve a sub three-hour marathon in Dublin the same year

“Representing Ireland in the senior cross country and winning the Cork City Marathon, and achieving under three hours in Dublin. It was a dream come true to represent my country,” she says

A woman who enjoys sport and all the rewards it brings, Marion volunteers with a number of organisations, sharing her time and expertise with athletes of all levels

The accomplished athlete has worked with people with disabilities and addictions, and refugees

Marion has been involved in St Finbarr’s Athletics Club for the past 50 years and is the current president of the club, which she and her husband Pat both give time to

The mother of two also spent a number of years working in childcare, which is another big part of her life

“I love kids, I did childcare for years. You have to give it 100%. It’s very important, you have to come down to their level. They are only small for a short time and you have to enjoy them.”

A stalwart believer in the positive attributes of sport, Marion enjoys helping people reach and surpass their goals in the athletic arena

“I love getting the best out of people. A lot of people need the ‘one to one’ and a bit of encouragement. It’s important to be careful with people — some people want to achieve everything in a month and it doesn’t happen like that. You have to be very measured.”

While she has a long and impressive record of sporting achievements, the Cork woman said she always understood the importance of being modest and accepting the highs and lows of sport

“You must also be graceful about things and modest about your achievements. You work hard for what you get, but there are always highs and lows.”

Marion, who hails from Fair Hill but has been living in Blarney for some years, spoke of the family pet dog Chico, who was with them for 16 years and who died recently.

“We always had dogs, we had a Maltese. He would nearly talk to you. We were devastated. There was a funeral and all. He was gorgeous, beautiful. We even took him on holidays one time — he was like a child.”

Marion said the past two Covid years presented some challenges in terms of providing adequate support to her athletes, but she also said there was some organisational good from the pandemic

“We started using pods, which was a great idea, because you have beginners in one lane, up-and-coming athletes in another, and the elites in another lane and they can all be seen and get the attention they need.”

Still a strong runner, Marion takes to the roads every day, covering anything from 5km to 10 miles (16km) in her daily exercise

“I enjoy going for a run everyday — I always feel like I’m after winning the lotto! I just love it.”

In terms of what sport brings her, Marion said over the years, all the training had made her a resilient character, ready to take on any challenge, but it also taught her to embrace balance and encouraged a measured approach to things

“Fitness comes in peaks and you have to remember to give your body a break. If you continue training you will just get worse — you need to rest and we are only human. I’m always telling people that.”

Related Articles

Cork Marathon Magic in 1986 as Marion Lyons Wins - Guest Article by John Walshe

 

Looking Back - 25 Years of BLE in Cork (Marion Lyons)

 

Events Week Ending Sunday May 22nd 2022

Cork Athletics Event Listing - Week Ending Sunday May 22nd 2022

Week 21 2022

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This Week's Events - Week Ending Sunday May 22nd 2022

 

Next Week's Events - Week Ending Sunday May 29th 2022

 

This Month's Events - May 2022

 

Next Month's Events - June 2022


Another packed week ahead! Locally the second of the MTU Track nights takes place tonight.

On the Road, Tomorrow, Tuesday, sees the John Buckley Sports BHAA 5k, Thursday's events are Eagle AC's Cheetah Run 5k, and Juvenile 1 Mile. On Friday we have the John Hartnett 10k, in Ballyhooly, with the Dromahane 5k on Saturday evening

The week is rounded off by Day 4 of the County Juvenile T&F Championships, at MTU Track, on Sunday

 

Monday May 16th 18:00  - MTU Athletics Track Night

MTU Track, Cork


Tuesday May 17th, 8pm   - John Buckley Sports 5k (BHAA)

Marina, Cork

 

Thursday May 19th, 7:15pm -19:15  - Eagle AC The Cheetah Run Juvenile 1 Mile

Fota Wildlife Park

 

 

Thursday May 19th 8pm  - Eagle AC The Cheetah Run 5k

Fota Wildlife Park
 
 
 

Friday May 20th, 7:15pm - John Hartnett 10k

Ballyhooly, Cork

 

Saturday May 21st, 09:30am - Parkrun - Various Locations

Bere Island, Glengarriff, Castlehaven, Clonakilty, Macroom, Ballincollig, Glen River, Mallow Castle, Youghal

 

Saturday May 21st - Irish Life Health Munster Schools T&F Championships

Templemore, Co. Tipperary

 

Saturday May 21st, 12:30pm  - Diamond League 2022 - Birmingham

 
 

Saturday May 21st, 6pm - Dromahane 5k

Dromahane, Co. Cork

 
 

Sunday May 22nd, 9am  - Galtee Crossing (IMRA - Tipperary)

 

Sunday May 22nd - Athletics Ireland National League Day 1

Templemore, Co Tipperary

 

Sunday May 22nd, 10am  - Cork Athletics County Juvenile B & Combined Events T&F Championships - Day 4

MTU Track, Cork

 

Sunday May 22nd, 11am - An Ríocht Kingdom Come 10 Mile & 5k (Kerry Race)

Castleisland, Co. Kerry

 

 

 

Cork Athletics Registration Figures - April 30th 2022

Cork Athletics Registration Figures - April 30th 2022

 

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April end-of-month registrations for Cork Athletics stand at 6,760


A total of 2,298 members, Registered during 2021, have still not Registered this year.  Club Registrars might be able to follow-up, and, maybe, boost their membership, particularly among adults.

As always, clubs are reminded that new members may 'try out' the club for a few weeks, after which they MUST be registered, or they will NOT be covered by Athletics Ireland insurance

 

Overall Registrations as at April 30th 2022

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Leading 27 Clubs by Registration numbers

 

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Next 27 Clubs by Registration numbers

 
 Leevale AC top the overall listings, followed by Bandon AC, with eleven clubs; North Cork AC,  Midleton AC,  St Catherine's AC, Youghal AC, Togher AC, Grange Fermoy AC, Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC, Belgooly AC and Tracton AC next, all with over 200 registered members.  Twenty seven clubs now exceed the 100 registrations mark

ClubJuvenileYouthJuniorSeniorMastersOverall
Leevale A.C. 257 57 25 58 94 491
Bandon A.C. 355 10 12 19 59 455
North Cork A.C. 310 15 2 10 53 390
Midleton A.C. 149 8 1 12 167 337
St. Catherine's A.C. 163 2 1 8 87 261
Youghal A.C. 124 10 3 17 106 260
Togher A.C. 120 12 2 26 90 250
Grange/Fermoy A.C. 87 7 2 10 127 233
Carraig-Na-Bhfear A.C. 124 18 14 7 56 219
Belgooly A.C. 189 2 0 0 28 219
Tracton A.C. 129 3 0 5 78 215
Mallow A.C. 0 0 0 13 172 185
Carrigaline A.C. 103 0 0 7 62 172
West Muskerry A.C. 151 1 0 3 15 170
Bweeng Trail Blazers 97 0 0 4 67 168
Watergrasshill A.C. 56 0 0 18 91 165
Ballymore Cobh A.C. 61 1 0 12 87 161
Riverstick/Kinsale A.C. 134 11 2 0 14 161
St. Finbarrs A.C. 0 1 0 22 128 151
Blarney/Inniscara A.C. 120 1 2 3 17 143
Eagle A.C. 0 0 0 15 117 132
Courcey A.C. 102 0 0 0 27 129
Fanahan Mc Sweeney A.C. 115 2 0 0 10 127
Ballincollig A.C. 56 5 2 7 52 122
Millstreet A.C. 96 1 0 1 23 121
Doheny A.C. 95 1 0 0 8 104
St. Nicholas A.C. 44 2 1 1 55 103
Ballintotis Fit4Life 0 0 0 12 85 97
Old Abbey A.C. 72 1 0 3 9 85
Skibbereen A.C. 66 1 0 1 12 80
Mount Hillary A.C. 0 0 0 10 67 77
Aghada Running Club ARC 0 0 0 1 65 66
Clonakilty Juvenile A.C 48 0 0 0 10 58
Bridevale A.C. 0 0 0 12 46 58
Liscarroll A.C. 32 4 4 3 13 56
Durrus A.C. 29 2 2 0 20 53
Donoughmore A.C. 0 0 0 3 44 47
Beara A.C. 0 0 0 8 38 46
Dromahane Road Runners A.C. 0 1 0 6 38 45
Bantry A.C. 25 1 0 1 12 39
Buttevant R.C. 0 0 0 9 26 35
Rosscarbery Steam Runners A.C. 0 0 0 3 28 31
Cork Track Club 0 0 1 20 9 30
East Cork A.C. 0 0 2 7 18 27
Fota Island Running Club 0 0 0 4 22 26
The Churchtown Roadrunners AC 0 0 0 8 18 26
Doneraile A.C. 0 0 0 2 23 25
Galtee Runners A.C. 0 0 0 2 17 19
Carrigtwohill A.C. 0 0 0 1 16 17
Rising Sun A.C. 0 0 0 0 16 16
Cork Mental Health A.C. 0 0 0 1 15 16
Duhallow A.C. 0 0 0 2 13 15
Shandrum A.C. 0 0 0 1 13 14
Abbey Striders A.C. 7 1 0 2 3 13
             
Totals 3516 181 78 400 2586 6761

 

 Juvenile/Youth Registrations as at April 30th 2022

Bandon AC head the table, followed by North Cork AC and Leevale AC. Sixeen clubs have 100 or more Juvenile/Youth members.

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Leading Cork Juvenile Clubs

ClubJuvenileYouthTotal
Bandon AC 355 10 365
North Cork AC 310 15 325
Leevale AC 257 57 314
Belgooly AC 189 2 191
St. Catherine's AC 163 2 165
Midleton AC 149 8 157
West Muskerry AC 151 1 152
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 134 11 145
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 124 18 142
Youghal AC 124 10 134
Togher AC 120 12 132
Tracton AC 129 3 132
Blarney/Inniscara AC 120 1 121
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 115 2 117
Carrigaline AC 103 0 103
Courcey AC 102 0 102
Bweeng Trail Blazers 97 0 97
Millstreet AC 96 1 97
Doheny AC 95 1 96
Grange/Fermoy AC 87 7 94
Old Abbey AC 72 1 73
Skibbereen AC 66 1 67
Ballymore Cobh AC 61 1 62
Ballincollig AC 56 5 61
Watergrasshill AC 56 0 56
Clonakilty Juvenile A.C 48 0 48
St. Nicholas AC 44 2 46
Liscarroll AC 32 4 36
Durrus AC 29 2 31
Bantry AC 25 1 26
Abbey Striders AC 7 1 8
St. Finbarrs AC 0 1 1

 

 

Leading Adult Registrations by Club - April 30th 2022

Mallow AC lead the table, with 185 adult members, with Midleton AC just five behind on 180, with Leevale on 175). Nine clubs now have over 100 registered adult members, with three more within single digit figures of the 100 mark

 

adult registrations april 30th 2022Leading Adult Clubs

ClubJuniorSeniorMastersOverall
Mallow AC 0 13 172 185
Midleton AC 1 12 167 180
Leevale AC 25 58 94 177
St. Finbarrs AC 0 22 128 150
Grange/Fermoy AC 2 10 127 139
Eagle AC 0 15 117 132
Youghal AC 3 17 106 126
Togher AC 2 26 90 118
Watergrasshill AC 0 18 91 109
Ballymore Cobh AC 0 12 87 99
Ballintotis Fit4Life 0 12 85 97
St. Catherine's AC 1 8 87 96
Bandon AC 12 19 59 90
Tracton AC 0 5 78 83
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 14 7 56 77
Mount Hillary AC 0 10 67 77
Bweeng Trail Blazers 0 4 67 71
Carrigaline AC 0 7 62 69
Aghada Running Club ARC 0 1 65 66
North Cork AC 2 10 53 65
Ballincollig AC 2 7 52 61
Bridevale AC 0 12 46 58
St. Nicholas AC 1 1 55 57
Donoughmore AC 0 3 44 47
Beara AC 0 8 38 46
Dromahane Road Runners AC 0 6 38 44
Buttevant R.C. 0 9 26 35
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 0 3 28 31
Cork Track Club 1 20 9 30
Belgooly AC 0 0 28 28
Courcey AC 0 0 27 27
East Cork AC 2 7 18 27
Fota Island Running Club 0 4 22 26
The Churchtown Roadrunners AC 0 8 18 26
Doneraile AC 0 2 23 25
Millstreet AC 0 1 23 24
Blarney/Inniscara AC 2 3 17 22
Durrus AC 2 0 20 22
Liscarroll AC 4 3 13 20
Galtee Runners AC 0 2 17 19
West Muskerry AC 0 3 15 18
Carrigtwohill AC 0 1 16 17
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 2 0 14 16
Rising Sun AC 0 0 16 16
Cork Mental Health AC 0 1 15 16
Duhallow AC 0 2 13 15
Shandrum AC 0 1 13 14
Skibbereen AC 0 1 12 13
Bantry AC 0 1 12 13
Old Abbey AC 0 3 9 12
Fanahan Mc Sweeney AC 0 0 10 10
Clonakilty Juvenile A.C 0 0 10 10
Doheny AC 0 0 8 8
Abbey Striders AC 0 2 3 5


National Registrations - April 30th

CountyClubJuvYouthJunSenMasterApr 22Apr 21
Dublin Blackrock (Dublin) A.C. 393 29 4 16 258 700 585
Dublin Raheny Shamrock A.C. 245 21 19 111 280 676 430
Dublin Lusk AC 388 18 8 19 218 651 463
Galway Galway City Harriers A.C. 218 33 7 83 307 648 438
Dublin Lucan Harriers A.C. 368 19 5 32 210 634 466
Meath Dunboyne A.C. 254 15 9 32 272 582 291
Dublin Dundrum South Dublin A.C. 323 40 27 62 126 578 296
Kildare Celbridge A.C. 284 13 10 42 223 572 363
Louth Drogheda and District A.C. 185 21 12 39 283 540 407
Meath Ratoath A.C. 359 21 10 19 127 536 353
Dublin Crusaders A.C. 163 21 8 105 212 509 337
Dublin Clonliffe Harriers A.C. 192 26 10 89 176 493 326
Cork Leevale A.C. 257 57 25 58 94 491 336
Kilkenny Kilkenny City Harriers A.C. 246 23 3 37 180 489 422
Westmeath Mullingar Harriers A.C. 289 12 12 40 133 486 328
Offaly Tullamore Harriers A.C. 221 12 15 43 193 484 348
Cork Bandon A.C. 355 10 12 19 59 455 306
Dublin Donore Harriers 181 15 4 61 161 422 327
Kildare St. Coca's A.C. 221 15 9 24 150 419 254
Westmeath Athlone A.C. 268 7 2 10 125 412 15
Dublin Rathfarnham W.S.A.F. A.C. 258 11 3 23 115 410 341
Dublin Brothers Pearse A.C. 193 21 4 12 172 402 194
Kildare Newbridge A.C. 288 3 1 8 100 400 251
Donegal Tir Chonaill A.C. 300 17 5 9 66 397 169
Cork North Cork A.C. 310 15 2 10 53 390 257
Monaghan Carrick Aces A.C. 211 9 0 16 149 385 325
Mayo Swinford A.C. 237 7 4 12 111 371 178
Meath Tara A.C. 242 22 4 6 92 366 292
Laois St Abbans A.C 217 11 3 29 103 363 243
Longford Longford A.C. 278 6 3 7 68 362 163
Tipperary Clonmel A.C. 169 17 4 25 145 360 292
Limerick Dooneen A.C. 252 10 3 9 77 351 206
Waterford West Waterford A.C. 118 3 4 29 195 349 248
Louth Glenmore A.C. 190 3 4 16 134 347 266
Sligo Abbey Forthill A.C. North Sligo A.C. 249 5 0 11 73 338 225
Cork Midleton A.C. 149 8 1 12 167 337 251
Galway South Galway A.C. 246 19 5 5 59 334 329
Donegal Letterkenny A.C. 208 9 7 20 89 333 135
Kildare Naas A.C. 205 21 6 20 80 332 242
Meath Navan A.C. 187 8 0 12 123 330 220
Clare Derg A.C. 247 7 1 2 68 325 139
Limerick West Limerick A.C. 157 3 0 20 126 306 162
Waterford Waterford A.C. 197 18 11 16 61 303 220
Galway Tuam A.C. 229 5 0 5 61 300 229
Limerick Limerick A.C. 240 8 0 1 48 297 189
Clare Ennis Track A.C. 183 13 8 24 66 294 294
Dublin LSA 139 6 1 17 131 294 184
Louth Boyne A.C. 212 7 2 10 60 291 149
Meath Fr. Murphy A.C. 173 8 10 16 80 287 67
Galway Craughwell A.C. 190 14 4 15 59 282 76
Dublin Metro/St. Brigid's A.C. 188 17 7 9 57 278 95
Clare St. Cronans A.C. 250 2 0 0 22 274 93
Mayo Westport A.C. 194 7 1 6 66 274 75
Meath Trim A.C. 114 2 4 14 139 273 214
Kildare Clane A.C. 179 2 0 13 75 269 170
Monaghan Monaghan Phoenix A.C. 200 5 1 8 53 267 181
Sligo Abbey Forthill A.C. Sligo A.C. 158 10 7 16 71 262 68
Cork St. Catherine's A.C. 163 2 1 10 85 261 128
Cork Youghal A.C. 124 10 3 17 106 260 89
Mayo Lake District Athletics 235 6 1 3 14 259 176
Dublin Dublin Front Runners A.C. 0 0 0 63 194 257 196
Kerry Killarney Valley A.C. 163 19 5 17 48 252 126
Wexford Croghan A.C. 115 4 1 25 106 251 102
Wexford United Striders A.C. 122 14 7 11 97 251 200
Cork Togher A.C. 120 12 2 26 90 250 163
Donegal Rosses A.C. 170 3 2 8 66 249 232
Galway Castlegar A.C. 167 0 2 8 69 246 135
Mayo Moy Valley A.C. 209 4 5 3 25 246 12
Dublin Mid Sutton A.C. 220 1 1 3 18 243 131
Wicklow Kilcoole A.C. 125 6 0 8 102 241 188
Dublin Tallaght A.C. 81 16 13 24 102 236 82
Cavan Shercock A.C. 176 8 3 5 41 233 162
Cork Grange/Fermoy A.C. 87 7 2 10 127 233 178
Carlow St. L. O'Toole A.C. 109 15 6 22 79 231 31
Donegal Finn Valley A.C. 109 20 11 27 56 223 187
Waterford Ferrybank A.C. 191 3 3 8 17 222 167
Dublin Skerries A.C. 170 4 2 3 42 221 182
Meath Dunshaughlin A.C. 76 6 0 16 123 221 166
Cork Belgooly A.C. 189 2 0 0 28 219 28
Cork Carraig-Na-Bhfear A.C. 124 18 14 7 56 219 159
Louth Ardee and District A.C. 127 6 4 15 67 219 139
Monaghan Glaslough Harriers A.C. 144 4 2 11 56 217 145
Cork Tracton A.C. 129 3 0 6 77 215 194
Wicklow Bray Runners A.C. 121 13 1 5 74 214 184
Dublin Cabinteely A.C. 183 9 6 0 12 210 195
Mayo Claremorris A.C. 184 4 2 0 17 207 165
Dublin Portmarnock A.C. 80 1 0 13 110 204 180
Tipperary Mooreabbey Milers A.C. 118 5 2 11 67 203 122
Louth Dunleer A.C. 119 9 3 15 52 198 121
Meath Cilles A.C. 115 11 5 2 65 198 121
Louth North East Runners A.C. 2 0 2 36 157 197 121
Mayo Erris A.C. 168 1 0 0 28 197 0
Tipperary Dundrum A.C. 119 2 1 12 62 196 136
Galway Loughrea A.C. 106 3 3 4 79 195 98
Leitrim Carrick-on-Shannon AC 147 3 3 7 35 195 140
Wicklow Greystones and District A.C. 170 7 0 1 17 195 56
Kerry St. Brendan's A.C. (Kerry) 131 2 0 3 58 194 107
Mayo Castlebar A.C. 175 3 1 2 13 194 100
Tipperary Dualla Ballytarsna Boherlahan AC 162 0 0 0 25 187 31
Cork Mallow A.C. 0 0 0 13 172 185 153
Kilkenny Gowran A.C. 132 3 2 11 36 184 65
Galway Clare River Harriers A.C. 140 1 0 1 41 183 25
Kerry Star of the Laune A.C. 128 1 5 2 46 182 100
Dublin Sportsworld A.C. 0 0 0 33 148 181 96
Kilkenny St. Joseph's A.C. 106 6 1 4 64 181 76
Kildare Le Cheile A.C. 77 5 6 21 69 178 147
Clare St. Marys (Clare) A.C. 147 3 0 5 21 176 98
Offaly Ballyskenach A.C. 88 1 0 12 73 174 86
Leitrim Drumshanbo A.C. 105 2 1 4 61 173 12
Meath Bohermeen A.C. 84 13 1 8 67 173 168
Cork Carrigaline A.C. 103 0 0 7 62 172 117
Galway Athenry A.C. 104 2 0 1 65 172 85
Cork West Muskerry A.C. 151 1 0 3 15 170 11
Monaghan Clones A.C. 82 9 3 14 62 170 126
Kilkenny St. Senans A.C. 110 15 3 9 32 169 119
Cork Bweeng Trail Blazers 97 0 0 4 67 168 118
Meath Cushinstown A.C. 85 11 3 11 57 167 92
Wexford D.M.P. A.C. 126 8 1 4 27 166 69
Cork Watergrasshill A.C. 56 0 0 19 90 165 109
Galway East Galway A.C. 148 1 0 1 15 165 129
Cork Ballymore Cobh A.C. 61 1 0 12 87 161 115
Cork Riverstick/Kinsale A.C. 134 11 2 0 14 161 66
Dublin Balbriggan and District 80 1 1 1 78 161 147
Tipperary Nenagh Olympic A.C. 99 18 10 21 13 161 55
Kerry An Riocht A.C. 75 14 4 13 53 159 72
Mayo East Mayo AC 109 1 0 6 42 158 204
Laois St. Michael's A.C. 66 4 2 13 70 155 82
Sligo Abbey Forthill A.C. Corran A.C 91 7 5 1 51 155 47
Wicklow Roundwood and District A.C. 125 2 1 1 24 153 101
Cork St. Finbarrs A.C. 0 1 0 23 127 151 48
Dublin Fingallians A.C. 82 16 3 14 36 151 133
Dublin Clongriffin A.C. 127 0 0 3 18 148 92
Wicklow Inbhear Dee A.C. 130 5 0 0 9 144 98
Cork Blarney/Inniscara A.C. 120 1 2 3 17 143 79
Kerry Iveragh A.C. 125 0 0 2 14 141 5
Louth Dundalk St. Gerards A.C. 123 3 1 2 12 141 118
Galway Loch Lurgan A.C. 133 0 0 0 6 139 91
Meath St. Andrews A.C. 85 2 1 3 47 138 110
Cavan Inny Vale A.C. 129 1 1 0 6 137 10
Kerry Tralee Harriers A.C. 95 4 2 7 29 137 87
Tipperary Newport A.C. 98 4 0 6 28 136 78
Carlow St. Patricks A.C. 127 0 0 0 8 135 82
Meath Rathkenny A.C. 73 1 4 5 52 135 97
Dublin Waterstown Warriors A.C. 0 0 0 9 125 134 149
Laois Portlaoise A.C. 75 7 0 5 47 134 1
Louth Ace Athletics Club 81 9 5 2 37 134 123
Offaly Birr A.C. 62 5 1 9 57 134 37
Mayo Mayo A.C. 0 0 0 11 122 133 120
Wicklow St Benedict Inbhear Mor AC. 75 0 0 11 47 133 88
Cork Eagle A.C. 0 0 0 15 117 132 121
Meath St. Brigids A.C. 93 3 1 4 29 130 88
Cork Courcey A.C. 102 0 0 0 27 129 10
Cork Fanahan Mc Sweeney A.C. 115 2 0 0 10 127 106
Waterford Finisk Valley A.C. 112 2 0 1 12 127 80
Galway Caltra and District A.C. 82 2 1 3 38 126 12
Offaly Edenderry A.C. 70 1 1 7 47 126 39
Wexford Bree A.C. 104 1 1 4 15 125 40
Tipperary Carrick-on-Suir A.C. 41 7 3 19 53 123 70
Tipperary Moyne A.C. 81 8 2 4 28 123 133
Tipperary Templemore A.C. 70 8 4 5 36 123 15
Clare Fergus A.C. 115 2 0 0 5 122 89
Cork Ballincollig A.C. 56 5 2 7 52 122 91
Limerick Bilboa A.C. 85 1 0 3 33 122 44
Roscommon Suck Valley A.C. 114 0 0 0 8 122 34
Wexford Menapians A.C. 52 6 5 10 49 122 89
Cork Millstreet A.C. 96 1 0 1 23 121 14
Offaly Ferbane A.C. 63 0 1 7 50 121 42
Wexford Sliabh Bhuide Rovers A.C. 51 2 2 11 55 121 42
Kildare Suncroft A.C. 94 5 1 2 17 119 85
Dublin Cherry Orchard Running Club 0 0 1 37 80 118 151
Waterford Tramore A.C. 94 0 0 1 23 118 10
Kilkenny Castlecomer A.C. 84 3 0 7 23 117 21
Waterford Blackwater A.C. 113 0 0 1 3 117 10
Kerry Gneeveguilla A.C. 95 1 0 1 19 116 14
Kildare Crookstown Millview A.C. 91 13 1 0 10 115 91
Clare Marathon Club Ireland 0 0 0 2 110 112 71
Clare Tulla A.C. 81 1 0 10 19 111 16
Galway Corofin A.C. 0 0 0 17 94 111 66
Kerry Lios Tuathail A.C. 89 7 2 4 9 111 10
Donegal Lifford Strabane A.C. 67 10 1 6 26 110 41
Tipperary Moycarkey Coolcroo A.C. 77 0 3 6 24 110 62
Kildare Kildare A.C. 92 3 1 1 12 109 78
Limerick An Bru A.C. 61 1 0 2 45 109 88
Mayo Aughagower A.C. 89 1 1 1 17 109 76
Dublin Civil Service A.C. 0 0 0 27 81 108 70
Galway Corrib A.C. 69 2 0 0 37 108 33
Derry Olympian Youth & A.C. 84 7 4 1 11 107 58
Tipperary Thurles Crokes A.C. 55 1 2 4 45 107 33
Roscommon Castlerea Crusaders A.C. 75 0 0 0 31 106 1
Dublin Marino A.C. 86 5 0 0 14 105 90
Cork Doheny A.C. 95 1 0 1 7 104 10
Cavan Annalee A.C. 60 4 8 12 19 103 194
Cork St. Nicholas A.C. 44 2 1 1 55 103 67
Sligo South Sligo A.C. 91 1 0 1 7 100 12
Waterford K.C.K. A.C. 87 1 0 0 11 99 65
Wicklow Sli Cualann A.C. 0 0 8 17 74 99 79
Donegal Inishowen A.C. 33 4 0 7 54 98 51
Kilkenny Barrow Harriers A.C. 87 1 0 0 10 98 10
Leitrim Mohill A.C. 91 0 0 0 7 98 13
Cork Ballintotis Fit4Life 0 0 0 12 85 97 66
Wexford Slaney Olympic A.C. 0 1 0 11 85 97 88
Monaghan Monaghan Town Runners 0 0 0 12 84 96 58
Kilkenny Thomastown A.C. 68 7 5 2 11 93 56
Clare Marian A.C. 74 2 1 1 14 92 45
Roscommon Boyle A.C. 0 0 0 11 81 92 77
Laois Oughaval A.C. 48 9 2 4 26 89 65
Wicklow Parnell A.C. 75 8 0 0 4 87 6
Carlow Ballon Rathoe A.C. 73 1 0 1 10 85 13
Cork Old Abbey A.C. 72 1 0 3 9 85 11
Meath Na Fianna A.C. 38 2 1 8 36 85 53
Wexford Enniscorthy A.C. 67 3 2 2 8 82 41
Cork Skibbereen A.C. 66 1 0 1 12 80 54
Louth Redeemer A.C. 68 1 0 1 10 80 10
Roscommon Sliabh Ban A.C. 0 0 0 7 71 78 90
Clare Kilmurray/Ibrick/N.Clare A.C. 29 2 0 12 34 77 75
Cork Mount Hillary A.C. 0 0 0 10 67 77 65
Kerry Spa-Fenit Barrow A.C. 65 0 0 0 12 77 25
Donegal Cranford A.C. 57 5 0 1 13 76 49
Donegal Killybegs A.C. 56 0 0 4 16 76 25
Mayo St. Colmans South Mayo A.C. 62 4 2 3 4 75 55
Offaly Banagher A.C. 5 0 0 16 54 75 33
Louth St. Peter's A.C. 34 10 0 2 28 74 32
Meath Duleek and District A.C. 3 0 0 5 66 74 77
Meath Star of the Sea A.C. 25 2 2 5 40 74 39
Wexford Kilmore A.C. 43 4 1 4 22 74 35
Dublin Templeogue A.C. 66 0 2 1 3 72 71
Laois Emo/Rath A.C. 64 1 1 2 4 72 0
Wexford St. Pauls A.C. 60 0 1 0 11 72 57
Clare Kilmihil A.C. 49 1 0 0 21 71 72
Dublin Liffey Valley A.C. 0 0 0 31 40 71 61
Roscommon Roscommon A.C. 63 1 0 1 5 70 0
Dublin Celtic DCH A.C. 52 11 0 0 6 69 45
Dublin Garristown Flyers A.C. 0 0 0 11 58 69 55
Offaly Kilcormac Killoughey A.C. 0 0 0 12 57 69 47
Dublin Rathcoole A.C. 58 1 0 0 9 68 64
Galway Club Luthchleas Chonamara 54 0 0 1 12 67 33
Roscommon Reeside A.C. 58 0 0 0 9 67 54
Tyrone Coalisland Na Fianna Runners 0 0 0 10 57 67 49
Cork Aghada Running Club ARC 0 0 0 2 64 66 31
Louth Blackrock (Louth) A.C. 57 0 2 0 7 66 50
Galway Ballinasloe and District A.C. 58 0 0 0 7 65 4
Westmeath North Westmeath A.C. 0 0 0 6 59 65 45
Wicklow Lakeshore Striders A.C. 0 0 0 14 51 65 0
Clare St. John's A.C. 42 1 1 6 14 64 0
Meath Kells A.C. 0 0 0 7 57 64 50
Laois Ballyfin A.C. 47 0 0 2 13 62 2
Antrim Beechmount Harriers A.C. 13 6 2 11 28 60 65
Cork Bridevale A.C. 0 0 0 12 46 58 52
Cork Clonakilty Juvenile A.C 48 0 0 0 10 58 0
Limerick Limerick Country Club A.C. 0 0 0 11 47 58 17
Kildare St. Kevins A.C. 54 2 0 0 1 57 13
Cork Liscarroll A.C. 32 4 4 3 13 56 47
Wicklow Aughrim A.C. 46 0 0 1 9 56 15
Wexford Taghmon A.C. 39 0 4 1 11 55 21
Cork Durrus A.C. 29 2 2 0 20 53 0
Kildare Donadea Running Club 0 0 0 6 47 53 42
Limerick Kilmallock A.C. 37 1 0 1 14 53 0
Offaly Naomh Mhuire A.C. 0 0 0 7 46 53 48
Wexford Wexford Marathon Club 0 0 0 4 49 53 45
Offaly Rhode A.C. 0 0 0 7 44 51 60
Dublin Dublin Striders A.C. 42 0 0 2 6 50 45
Sligo Abbey Forthill A.C. Tireragh A.C. 37 2 0 1 9 49 16
Tipperary Tipperary Town A.C. 41 2 0 0 6 49 14
Waterford Ardmore A.C. 45 0 0 0 4 49 34
Wexford St. Killian's A.C. 33 1 1 1 13 49 52
Cork Donoughmore A.C. 0 0 0 3 44 47 44
Dublin LOVE2RUN A.C. 0 0 0 4 43 47 0
Cork Beara A.C. 0 0 0 8 38 46 28
Cork Dromahane Road Runners A.C. 0 1 0 6 38 45 67
Kerry Farranfore Maine Valley AC 24 3 1 3 14 45 18
Limerick St. Marys (Limerick) A.C. 33 3 3 1 5 45 39
Wexford Adamstown A.C. 28 4 2 4 7 45 10
Dublin Dublin City Harriers A.C. 0 0 9 27 8 44 35
Kilkenny Brow Rangers A.C. 26 0 1 8 7 42 15
Kilkenny Graigue Ballycallan A.C. 0 0 0 6 36 42 51
Roscommon S.R.L. A.C. 33 0 0 0 9 42 20
Laois Ballyroan Abbeyleix and District A.C. 26 2 0 6 7 41 35
Dublin North Clondalkin RC 0 0 0 10 30 40 0
Meath Moynalty A.C. 0 0 0 1 39 40 52
Cork Bantry A.C. 25 1 0 1 12 39 14
Limerick Emerald A.C. 19 1 5 11 3 39 29
Roscommon Lough Ree A.C. 35 0 0 0 4 39 0
Mayo Nephin A.C. 33 0 0 0 5 38 10
Wicklow Ashford A.C. 16 4 1 1 16 38 44
Offaly Clara A.C. 0 0 0 2 35 37 0
Roscommon Roscommon Harriers A.C. 0 0 0 3 33 36 46
Cork Buttevant R.C. 0 0 0 9 26 35 25
Dublin Irish Mountain Trail Runners A.C. 0 0 0 6 27 33 22
Dublin Irish Mountain Cardio A.C. 0 0 0 11 21 32 0
Carlow Ardattin A.C. 27 0 0 0 4 31 0
Cork Rosscarbery Steam Runners A.C. 0 0 0 3 28 31 10
Kerry Kenmare A.C. 14 5 1 0 11 31 19
Louth Dundealgan A.C. 18 4 0 3 6 31 11
Carlow Dolmen A.C. 0 0 0 3 27 30 23
Cork Cork Track Club 0 0 1 20 9 30 15
Fermanagh Knocks Running Club 0 0 0 2 28 30 43
Leitrim Ballinamore A.C. 22 0 0 0 8 30 23
Limerick Bohermore A.C. 18 1 0 3 8 30 0
Tipperary Borrisokane A.C. 21 4 0 1 4 30 10
Waterford Waterford Greenway Joggers 0 0 0 0 30 30 23
Mayo Ballina A.C. 0 0 0 5 24 29 32
Dublin Dublin Bay Running Club. 0 0 0 3 25 28 37
Monaghan Blayney Rockets A.C. 0 0 0 1 27 28 16
Cork East Cork A.C. 0 0 2 8 17 27 11
Cork Fota Island Running Club 0 0 0 5 21 26 6
Cork The Churchtown Roadrunners AC 0 0 0 8 18 26 28
Leitrim North Leitrim A.C. 17 3 1 0 5 26 5
Cork Doneraile A.C. 0 0 0 2 23 25 20
Limerick Sun Hill Harriers A.C. 19 1 0 0 5 25 16
Kilkenny Kings River A.C. 0 0 0 1 22 23 21
Tipperary Fethard A.C. 2 1 0 1 19 23 0
Tipperary Roscrea A.C. 11 0 0 1 11 23 17
Wicklow Glendalough Harriers and A.C. 0 0 0 4 16 20 0
Carlow Tinryland A.C. 0 0 0 4 15 19 10
Cork Galtee Runners A.C. 0 0 0 2 17 19 18
Westmeath Coralstown Kinnegad A.C. 0 0 0 3 16 19 30
Dublin Hunters AC 14 0 1 0 3 18 10
Dublin U.C.D. A.C. 0 0 3 13 2 18 18
Clare B.M.O.H. A.C. 9 1 1 0 6 17 16
Cork Carrigtwohill A.C. 0 0 0 1 16 17 15
Monaghan Oriel A.C. 9 3 0 1 4 17 11
Cork Cork Mental Health A.C. 0 0 0 1 15 16 28
Cork Rising Sun A.C. 0 0 0 0 16 16 16
Wexford Craanford Harriers A.C. 12 1 0 0 3 16 0
Cork Duhallow A.C. 0 0 0 2 13 15 19
Offaly Naomh Ciaran A.C. 0 0 0 1 14 15 0
Cork Shandrum A.C. 0 0 0 1 13 14 17
Limerick Kilfinane A.C. 0 0 1 0 13 14 0
Clare Kilnaboy A.C. 7 0 0 0 6 13 0
Cork Abbey Striders A.C. 7 1 0 2 3 13 7
Cavan Bailieboro A.C. 0 0 0 2 10 12 0
Dublin Titans A.C. 0 0 0 12 0 12 0
Tipperary Moyglass A.C. 7 0 0 0 4 11 0
Cavan East Breffini A.C. 0 0 0 1 9 10 0
Cavan Laragh A.C. 0 0 0 0 10 10 11
Dublin Bawnogue A.C. 0 0 0 3 7 10 0
Dublin HOPE Recovery Runners A.C. 0 0 0 1 9 10 0
Galway Maree A.C 0 0 0 0 10 10 10
Kerry Castleisland A.C. 0 0 0 1 9 10 10
Kildare North West Kildare A.C. 1 1 0 1 7 10 45
Kilkenny Tullaroan A.C. 5 0 0 0 5 10 0
Mayo Ballycastle A.C. 6 0 0 0 4 10 11
Tipperary Coolquill A.C. 0 0 0 0 10 10 0
Clare Shannon A.C. 1 0 0 1 7 9 10
Clare West Clare Sports and Fitness Club 5 0 0 1 2 8 28
Dublin Polish Runners Club Ireland 0 0 0 0 8 8 23
Dublin D.F.B A.C. 0 0 0 1 6 7 37
Dublin Inner City Running Club 0 0 0 1 4 5 10
Donegal Milford A.C. 0 0 0 0 3 3 23
Wexford Racing 795 A.C. 0 0 0 0 3 3 2
Sligo Abbey Forthill A.C. Calry A.C. 0 0 0 0 2 2 2

Cork City Sports Athlete of the Year 2021 - Darragh McElhinney

Darragh McElhinney is Cork City Sports Athlete of the Year 2021

River Lee Hotel

Friday May 13th 2022

 

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Darragh McElhinney, Glengarriff and UCD AC is Cork City Sports Athlete of the Year 2021

 

 

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Darragh McElhinney, with Tony O'Connell, Joe Hartnett and Liam O'Brien


The award was presented to Darragh at a function at the River Lee
hotel, on Friday May 13th 2022

 

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Darragh McElhinney with Cork City Sports representatives and sponsors

 

 

The Cork City Sports Athlete of the Month Award is sponsored by 96FM/C103FM, The Echo, The River Lee, Cork Crystal and Leisureworld

 

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The Cork City Sports Athlete of the Year 2021 is Darragh McElhinney, Glengarriff and UCD AC

 

Cork City Sports Athletics Person of the Year 2021 - Award Citation

Darragh McElhinney (Glengarriff and UCD AC) is the Cork City Sports Athlete of the Year for 2021

On a memorable day for Irish athletics, at the European Cross Country Championships in Dublin, on the 12th of December, Darragh won a well deserved individual silver medal, in a thrilling Under 23 race. In the process, he led the Irish team to victory in the team contest for only the second time in the competitions history

 

Darragh McElhinney, Glengarriff and UCD AC is the recipient of the Cork City Sports Athlete of the Year award

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Darragh McElhinney interviewed by Trevor Welch, 96FM, and John Walshe

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UPDATE - Cork Open Track and Field Meet 1 2022 - Monday May 8th

Update - Cork Open Track & Field Evening Meet 1 2022

(Incorporating the Cork County T&F Championships)

MTU Track

 19:30pm, Monday May 9th 2022

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Action from Cork Athletics Graded Leagues 2018

Facebook Event Page - Meet 1

The first round of four Cork Athletics Open T&F Meets takes place at MTU Track on Monday next, May 8th, starting at 7:30pm


Several of the events at each meet will incorporate the County Senior, Junior and Masters T&F Championships, with the relevant Title being won by the leading Cork athlete (if not the outright event winner)

 

Guest Athletes

All registered Athletics Ireland athletes are eligible to take part in these meets.  Guest athletes are very welcome, but MUST be Athletics Ireland registered, or, if from outside Ireland, must be members of another World Athletics member Federation.  Guest athletes from abroad, e.g. visitors and summer students, are very welcome, but must be registered members of a World Athletics member Federation

 
These events will, as far as practical, be graded on the basis of the highest calibre athletes being grouped in each race, with the leading Cork athlete entered in each Championship competition declared the County Champion, and so on

Cork County Championships events for Junior/Senior/Masters will be 100m, 800m, 3000m (Women/Masters Men), 400m hurdles (Juniors/Seniors), Long Jump, and Shot Put (age related weights shall be used)

 

Entry Form

Meet 1 Entry Form (Online Google Form)

Entries

Entries will be accepted on the day, by 7pm, however Championship entries must be received by 8pm on Saturday May 7th

The entry portal will close at 8pm on Saturday 7th. It will re-open on Monday May 9th, from 1pm to 5pm for Late entries (No Late entry fee), However, Late entries in the track events may not get a lane or a berth in their desired heat

If you are not entering the Championships, or are coming as a Guest Athlete, please complete the form in any case... so that we know that you are coming <Smile>

Entry Fee is €5 per event, payable on the night

 

Championship Medals

Senior and Junior Championship Medals will be presented on the night. Masters Medals will be presented at the next scheduled Meet

 

Meet Schedule

Start Lists and Final Meet Schedule due to be published Sunday Evening

 

100m 7:30pm (currently 3 races)

800m 7:45pm (currently 4 races)

3000m (All Women & Masters Men) (currently 2 races)

3000m (Senior Men) (non-Championship)

400m hurdles (Juniors & Seniors)

7:30 - 400mH
7:35 - 100m D
7:40 - 100m C
7:45 - 100m B
7:50 - 100m A
7:55 - 800m D
8:00 - 800m C
8:05 - 800m B
8:10 - 800m A
8:15 - 3000m B
8:35 - 3000m A

Long Jump - 7:30pm

Shot Put (age related weights shall be used) - 7:30pm

Triple Jump (non-Championship) - 8:15pm

Hammer (non-Championship) 8:15pm

Cork Open Track & Field Evening Meet Schedule 2022

7:30pm Monday April 9th - Meet 1

7:30pm Wednesday May 25th - Meet 2

7:30pm Friday June  10th - Meet 3

7:30pm Thursday June 30th - Meet 4

MTU Track is scheduled to be relaid following Cork City Sports (Tuesday July 5th). If track relaying is delayed or postponed, up to two further Open Meets may be held


Notes

All Events

  • Track events may be divided into separate races on the basis of performance, or numbers participating
  • Some races may be mixed male and female
  • Club colours must be worn
  • The entry fee per event is €5, payable on the night
  • Electronic timing/Photo finish will be used for all track events


Championship Entries

  • Pre-entry is essential for ALL Championship events
  • Entry fee €5 per event
  • Track events may be divided into separate races on the basis of performance, or numbers participating
  • Some races may be mixed male and female
  • Club colours must be won
  • Electronic timing/Photo finish will be used for all track events
  • Age-related weights will be used for all Championships
  • Medals will be awarded on the night

Non-Championship Entries

  • Entries online, with limited entries on the day, at the track, from approx. 7pm
  • Track events may be divided into separate races on the basis of performance, or numbers participating
  • Some races may be mixed male and female
  • Club colours must be worn
  • The entry fee per event is €5
  • Electronic timing/Photo finish will be used for all track events
  • Throws - All athletes throw senior weights, except only ParaAthletes
  • Entries will be taken, on the day, at the track, from approx. 7pm




Events Week Ending Sunday May 8th 2022

Cork Athletics Event Listing - Week Ending Sunday May 8th 2022

Week 19 2022

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This Week's Events - Week Ending Sunday May 8th 2022

 

This Month's Events - May 2022

 

Next Month's Events - June 2022


Plenty of activity again this week, with the evening races now truly underway. Locally Thursday's Midleton 5 starts the ball rolling, with Bweeng Trailblazers 5k on Sunday. Nine Parkrun 5k's take place around the County on Saturday. The week is rounded off by Day 2 of the County Juvenile T&F Championships, at MTU Track, on Sunday.

...and next Week kick's off with the first of four Open T&F Championships (incorporating the County Junior, Senior & Masters Championships) at MTU Track, at 7:30pm

 

20:00 Wednesday May 4th  - Brendan Kinane 5k (Tipperary Race)

Dundrum, Co. Tipperary

 

20:00 Thursday May 5th - Midleton 5 Mile
 
Midleton, Co Cork


19:30 Friday May 6th  - Portlaw 5 Mile Road Race (Tipperary Race)

Portlaw, Co. Waterford

 

09:30 Saturday May 7th - Parkrun - Various Locations

Bere Island, Glengarriff, Castlehaven, Clonakilty, Macroom, Ballincollig, Glen River, Mallow Castle, Youghal

 

11:00 Saturday May 7th - Athletics Ireland Technical Events (Field & Relays)

No Information available

 

12:00 Sunday May 8th - Bweeng 5k

Bweeng, Co. Cork

10:00 - 17:00 Sunday May 8th - Cork Athletics County Juvenile U12-19 T&F Championships - Day 2

MTU Track, Cork


13:00 Sunday May 8th - Mangerton Munster Championships (IMRA - Kerry)
Killarney

13:00 Sunday May 8th - Mangerton Torc Trail (IMRA - Kerry)

Killarney

Cork Open Track and Field Meet 1 2022 - Monday May 8th

Cork Open Track & Field Evening Meet 1 2022

(Incorporating the Cork County T&F Championships)

MTU Track

 19:30pm, Monday May 9th 2022

 

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Sponsored by John Buckley Sports

 

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Action from Cork Athletics Graded leagues Round 4 2019

Facebook Event Page - Meet 1


The first round of four Cork Athletics Open T&F Meets takes place at MTU Track on Monday next, May 8th, starting at 7:30pm


Several of the events at each meet will incorporate the County Senior, Junior and Masters T&F Championships, with the relevant Title being won by the leading Cork athlete (if not the outright event winner)

 

Guest Athletes

All registered Athletics Ireland athletes are eligible to take part in these meets.  Guest athletes are very welcome, but MUST be Athletics Ireland registered, or, if from outside Ireland, must be members of another World Athletics member Federation.  Guest athletes from abroad, e.g. visitors and summer students, are very welcome, but must be registered members of a World Athletics member Federation

 
These events will, as far as practical, be graded on the basis of the highest calibre athletes being grouped in each race, with the leading Cork athlete entered in each Championship competition declared the County Champion, and so on

Cork County Championships events for Junior/Senior/Masters will be 100m, 800m, 3000m (Women/Masters Men), 400m hurdles (Juniors/Seniors), Long Jump, and Shot Put (age related weights shall be used)

 

Entry Form

Meet 1 Entry Form (Online Google Form)

Entries

Entries will be accepted on the day, by 7pm, however Championship entries must be received by 8pm on Friday May 6th

If you are not entering the Championships, or are coming as a Guest Athlete, please complete the form in any case... so that we know that you are coming <Smile>

Entry Fee is €5 per event, payable on the night

 

Championship Medals

Senior and Junior Championship Medals will be presented on the night. Masters Medals will be presented at the next scheduled Meet

 

Meet Schedule

100m

800m

3000m (All Women & Masters Men)

400m hurdles (Juniors & Seniors)

Long Jump

Shot Put (age related weights shall be used)

3000m (Senior Men) (non-Championship)

Triple Jump (non-Championship)

Hammer (non-Championship)

Cork Open Track & Field Evening Meet Schedule 2022

7:30pm Monday April 9th - Meet 1

7:30pm Wednesday May 25th - Meet 2

7:30pm Friday June  10th - Meet 3

7:30pm Thursday June 30th - Meet 4

MTU Track is scheduled to be relaid following Cork City Sports (Tuesday July 5th). If track relaying is delayed or postponed, up to two further Open Meets may be held


Notes

All Events

  • Track events may be divided into separate races on the basis of performance, or numbers participating
  • Some races may be mixed male and female
  • Club colours must be worn
  • The entry fee per event is €5, payable on the night
  • Electronic timing/Photo finish will be used for all track events


Championship Entries

  • Pre-entry is essential for ALL Championship events
  • Entry fee €5 per event
  • Track events may be divided into separate races on the basis of performance, or numbers participating
  • Some races may be mixed male and female
  • Club colours must be won
  • Electronic timing/Photo finish will be used for all track events
  • Age-related weights will be used for all Championships
  • Medals will be awarded on the night

Non-Championship Entries

  • Entries online, with limited entries on the day, at the track, from approx. 7pm
  • Track events may be divided into separate races on the basis of performance, or numbers participating
  • Some races may be mixed male and female
  • Club colours must be worn
  • The entry fee per event is €5
  • Electronic timing/Photo finish will be used for all track events
  • Throws - All athletes throw senior weights, except only ParaAthletes
  • Entries will be taken, on the day, at the track, from approx. 7pm




About Us

Cork Athletics County Board is a constituent member of Athletics Ireland. Cork Athletics is the governing body, administering athletics, track and field (T&F), cross-country (XC) and running in county Cork. The Board comprises elected representatives of constituent athletic clubs and running clubs. Cork County Board AAI organises Championship races and competition, including road, track & field (T&F) and Cross-country (XC), at junior, juvenile, senior and masters levels, and selects representation for the county. In addition, training and education is provided for coaches and officials. The Board also regulates the Athletics Ireland race/event permit (licence) process for county Cork.
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