18-19 July: Masters medals+Results ongoing
Results updated and corrected, apologies for previous errors.
National Masters T&F Tullamore: Reported to be a very competitive day of Masters outdoors championships: maybe post Olympic boost!
Congratulations to our three medal winners: Ann Murray who won 3 bronze medals in o45 category: 400m 88:04, 1500m 6:19:47 and 800m; Patrick Moran M55 who won silver in high jump and bronze in long jump, and Seamus Gaughan who won silver in V6 (o60) 5,000 metres in 18:40.
Gaelforce West: run, bike, hike, kayak – 67k from Leenane to Westport. Won in 3:32:40.
Some great performances by Mayo AC participants: Well done to Noel Gibbons, 9th place overall and 2nd MV40 in 3:56:54,
Brendan Gill 25th 4:06:16; Colette Sweeney finished third woman in 4:31:15; and Pauline Moran was first FV50 in 5:05:34
other Mayo AC: PJ Hall 7th MV50 5:16:57, John Geraghty 6:05:44.
Claregalway: Clare River Harriers 10k (182 finishers) was won by Jason Fahy (BMOH) in 32:18; he was second in Balla 10k.
Mayo AC finishers 11th Patrick Walsh 38:54; Owen Mongan 2nd V55 44:27, Martin Crehan 51:23; Dawn Regan 52:16, Eimear Flannery 58:14.
Parke-Crimlin-Keelogues 8k in aid of local GAA pitch had a good turnout on Sat evening at Turlough ; a well marked course with some challenging sections into the breeze between 2-7k;
Winners John Byrne 27:11, 2 Dwayne Flynn, 3 Michael McNeela; women 1 Colette Tuohy 32:16, 2 Julie-Ann Reilly, 3 Laura Heneghan.
other finishers included Jimmy Feeney, Brian Cusack, James Duffy. Well done to Dwayne Flynn and organising team.
Sun 19: Una McGrath was 1st F50 category in Dromahair 4 mile in 37:51 ; testing course and wet conditions . (140 finishers) Won by Liam Feely (N.Leitrim AC) in 21:15