Dundrum AC 8th Nov

The county Masters and under 23 cross country was hosted on November,
6, 2011. Kevin Moore had a great run finishing in first place in the
under 23 race. In the masters race Donal Keane finished second and
James Ryan was 5th. Michael Moore, Tommy Byrnes and Pat Ryan were in
7th, 13th and 15th positions. The team of Donal. James, Tommy and Pat
won the gold medals in the team over 35 category. James was first in
the over 45 category and Michael was first in the over 50 category.
Ben English and John Mc Cormick were in 17th and 24th positions with
Ben collecting the bronze medal in the over 50 category. Liam Butler,
John Moore and Chris Ryan were in 26th, 27th and 36th positions. The
team of Michael, Ben and Liam won the gold medals in the team over 50
category and the team of John, Chris and Gerry Ralph who ran the
marathon only six day earlier won the bronze medals in the over 50
category.
The club was well represented at the Dublin Marathon with a number of
athletes from the club taking part. Michael Ryan had the honour of
leading the club home with a PB of 2:58.  Gerry Ralph and michael both
recorded a time of 3:32. Padraig Coen had a time of 3:49 and Leah
Macormack recorded a time of 3:55.  PJ Holmes had a time of 420. Fran
Murnane finished the course in a time  of 441 and raised much needed
funds for Crumlin Children’s hospital. The Munster Intermediate will
take place on Sunday the 13th of November.

Juvenile Results
We had three teams in action last Sunday in the Co. cross country
relays. Our boys U/10 put in a fine performance to take the silver
medals. They were led out by Stephen Browne who handed on to David
Carroll, Ben Loughman ran a fine 3rd leg and Aaron Renehan brought
them home. In the boys U/12 Cathal Carr, Brendan O’Dwyer, Hugo Bourke
and Kieran Browne competed well but were out of the medals. Our u/14
girls were always in contention for the medals right to the finish but
were pipped on the line.The team was Eimear Loughman,Eibhlis
McDonald,Jean Kelly and Gemma Ryan. well done all. The next outing is
the Munster uneven ages in Clonmel next weekend.

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