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Thursday, May 16, 2024

Results & Photos of the Cheetah Run 5k in Fota Wildlife Park - Thurs 16th May 2024


This years Cheetah Run 5k run in Fota Wildlife Park was held on Thursday 16th May 2024. A total of 730 runners crossed the finish line making it one of the biggest races on the Cork running calendar.

Top 3 men & women...
1 Sergiu CIOBANU Clonliffe Harriers A.C. M M40 866 15:35
2 Mark WALSH Leevale A.C. M MS 852 15:50
3 Dermot GORMAN Carrick-on-Suir A.C. M M40 160 15:55
15 Kealey TIDESWELL Clonmel A.C. F F40 225 17:38
18 Michelle KENNY Leevale A.C. F F40 593 18:10
25 Noémie LEDUC Grange/Fermoy A.C. F FS 369 18:31

Full results HERE

Photos...

1) Joe Murphy has some pre-race photos HERE and post race photos HERE

2) Mick Dooley has some pre-race photos HERE and some post-race photos HERE

3) Derek Costello has a number of galleries. 

a) Start b) 3k mark Pt1 c) 3k mark Pt2 d) 3k mark Pt3 e) 3k mark Pt4 f) 3k mark Pt5

First 3-men - (L-R) Mark Walsh 2nd, Sergiu Ciobanu 1st & Dermot Gorman 3rd

First 3-women (L-R) Noémie Leduc 3rd, Kealey Tideswell 1st & Michelle Kenny 2nd

Top 10-mile races in Ireland for the Spring of 2024

For the last few months, I have been keeping an eye on the results of the 10-mile races in Ireland. You'll often see results posted on social media but it's not so obvious how big the races are and how they all  compare to each other.

With that in mind, I collected the data and here are the top ten 10-mile races in Ireland for the Spring of 2024.



As can be seen from the chart, the John Treacy Dungarvan 10-mile road race was the largest 10-miler in Ireland for the Spring of 2024 and by some margin. Before I did this exercise, I knew that the Dungarvan race was one of the biggest but I was a bit surprised to see just how far it was ahead of the rest.

The Trim 10-mile was in second place and what's surprising here was that it was actually held on the same day as Dungarvan! I suspect if they picked another date then their numbers would have been even bigger.

As can be seen from the chart, Bundoran and Derry are in 3rd and 4th places with the remaining six tailing off from about the 1000 mark.

10-mile races in Cork... If we were to go back 15 years or so, the scene for the Spring 10-milers in Munster was somewhat different. Ballycotton was king with Dungarvan second, Mallow third and the Kilnaboy 10 in Co Clare fourth.

A lot has changed since then and one of the biggest changes was when the Ballycotton 10-mile was run for the last time in 2017. With the demise of Ballycotton, the Dungarvan race has now moved into it's place as the premier Spring 10-miler in Ireland.


The chart above shows the numbers for the Spring 10-milers in Cork since 2017.

As previously mentioned, 2017 was the last outing for Ballycotton and both the Mallow and Cobh 10-milers grew substantially the next year in 2018.

In 2019, Mallow hit its zenith with roughly 1500 finishers while Cobh eased back with the Kinsale 10-mile starting up in February of that year.

When looking at the numbers, it's worth noting that both the Clondulane and Duhallow 10-milers were also in the mix pre-2020.

When the races restarted in 2022 after the pandemic, the numbers for Mallow had really taken a dip and dropped by about a third. Compared to 2019, Cobh managed to hold it's own while Kinsale eased back.

If we look at 2023 and 2024, it's a story of Mallow staying about the same and both Kinsale and Cobh growing.

If we go back a decade then Mallow was certainly the second largest Spring 10-miler in Cork after Ballycotton and by some margin. In 2024, it's now a three way race for the top Spring 10-miler in Cork.

Caveat... Note that this post is about the top 10-milers In Ireland for the Spring of 2024 i.e. February, March & April. There will be more 10-milers coming up in the Autumn and it'll be interesting to see what the chart looks like by the end of the year.

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Cycling to a 5k parkrun : A Duathlon of Sorts - Mallow Castle - 11th May 2024

It's been a while since I had a post about one of these. Some runners are 'parkrun tourists' who drive by car to complete various 5k parkruns around the country. My duathlon concept is parkrun tourism with a twist... i.e. cycle to the parkrun, run the 5k and then cycle home.

It's probably fair to say that a lot of runners are involved in other physical activities like walking, swimming and cycling and I'm sure there are quite a few cyclists do some running as well. There are plenty of people who do Triathlons (swim, cycle & run) and some do Duathlons (cycle & run).

With this in mind, I set off by bicycle to do the Mallow Castle 5k parkrun last Saturday morning in the fog with a visibility of about 200m.


After leaving my house at 6:20am and meeting someone else, we left Cork City at about 6:50am and headed up the Old Mallow Road. The cycle up took about two hours from Cork City and was 47kms from my door. We arrived in Mallow to be greeted by blue skies and sunshine. 

At 8:50am, the parkrun team were setting things so we did a walking recce of part of the course, back to do a short warm up and then the start of the parkrun at 9:30am.


The 5k route starts at Mallow Castle and then runs downhill for just over 200m to the parkland next to the River Blackwater. The 5k course is shown below and the downhill section is shown in orange.


The route then heads east and participants need to complete the looped section twice. After the second lap, the runners return to the finish line which is where the 5k started.

The 200m hill needless to say comes at the end of the parkrun but it's not too bad. As 5k parkrun courses go, this one seems to be pretty fast.

The paths in the parkland are concrete and they weave their way in amongst the trees next to the river. In the Summer & Autumn months, the route is shaded by the many trees in the park and it's a really nice course. I presume in the Winter and Spring, the course probably feels a bit different as the trees are bare.

Despite the fact that the parkrun is in the middle of Mallow, the only sounds that you can hear are the birds singing and the patter of runners feet.


All parkruns courses are slightly different and have their own 'feel', Some courses are pretty much 'functional' i.e. you can do a 5k run safely but it doesn't mean it's a particularly nice course. The Mallow Castle parkrun for me seems to one of the better parkruns out there. Location is good, it's quiet and the course feels pleasant. It's certainly one that I would like to do again rather than just ticking it off the list.

On the 11th of May, there was a field of 50 runners and walkers and the results can be found here... https://www.parkrun.ie/mallowcastle/results/133/

Post run refreshments... After the parkrun, we went for coffee and cakes at Food Capers in the centre of Mallow before the trip home. I'm sure there are other establishments that this one seems to be a nice spot.

Distances... In the end, I ended up doing 104kms in terms of cycling. If anyone would like to do it then Mallow Castle is 37kms from the Opera House in Cork City which makes it a 74km round trip.

Where to next???

Monday, May 13, 2024

Notice: Cork BHAA John Buckley Sports 5k road race - Tues 21st May 2024

The annual John Buckley Sports 5k road race is one of the most popular races in Cork City and always attracts a large crowd. Organised in conjunction with the Cork BHAA, this race is suitable for all types of runner...from the serious to the more casual runner. The entry fee is only €5 for Cork BHAA registered runners or €10 for non-reg runners.



You can pre-enter this race by going to https://johnbuckleysports.com/

You can also enter on the night but it really helps if you pre-enter so that they can have everything ready. Please note that the race HQ is at the LEE ROWING CLUB near the Pairc Ui Chaoimh stadium.

Sunday, May 12, 2024

Guest Post: Short post about nothing in particular ...by Pat Walsh

 ** Short post about nothing in particular **

‘Time you enjoyed wasting, is not wasted time’

Valencia or Valentia I wasn’t listening.
Raincoat or sun lotion I wasn’t sure.
Pack and take a chance, it will be fine….. 

Left Ireland for the sun but the sun found Ireland instead.. 
It is the Feast this weekend of ‘Our Lady of the Forsaken’ the Patron Saint of Valencia. 
Was this a subliminal message to me..?
I think I must have prayed to her a few times during hard races 😃

Few slow miles running on hols is always a great way to see a city. Tough going in the morning though....
Still it helps clear the Tapas and Sangria before I resume battle again. Some beautiful parks and trails so it is great to see so many running.
Good to live, travel, run, feel alive.
Discover, explore and new experiences.
I’ll slow down sometime but hopefully not too soon.

So you can get on with your search, baby
And I can get on with mine
Maybe someday we will find
That it wasn't really wasted time

#pwr

Saturday, May 11, 2024

Results of the 5k parkruns in Cork - Sat 11th May 2024



Results of the 5k parkruns around the county on Saturday 11th May 2024. Approximately 747 runners and walkers took part in the 10 events in Co Cork.

Report... It was a nice dry morning for the ten 5k parkruns in Cork this weekend. The numbers seem to be down a bit for all ten events for whatever reason?

If I missed anyone who passed a notable milestone like 100, 200, 250 or above parkruns then let me know.

***

Ballincollig Regional Park: 315 this week, 306 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Andrew HYLAND Male SM20-24 Raheny Shamrock AC 17:12
2 Alan O'SULLIVAN Male VM40-44 18:26
3 Eoghan LOONEY Male JM11-14 18:36
7 Nollaigh O'NEILL Female VW50-54 19:44
19 Aoife COOKE Female VW35-39 22:21
20 Mairead PEREZ Female VW50-54 Eagle A.C. 22:24


Tramore Valley Park: 176 this week, 217 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Fearghal DESMOND Male SM20-24 Leevale AC 17:06
2 Conrad WATT Male VM35-39 Magnolia RR 17:31
3 Brendan MAGUIRE Male VM40-44 18:23
9 Siobhan HOARE Female VW45-49 Togher AC 19:37
21 Michelle KENNY Female VW40-44 Leevale AC 21:14
23 Tersa DOHERTY Female VW35-39 21:42


Glen River: 86 this week, 74 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Seamus LEDDY Male VM45-49 Abbey Runners Leeds 20:05
2 Colin MORRISON Male VM50-54 20:30
3 John KELLY Male VM45-49 21:18
20 Emer DELANEY Female JW11-14 25:12
26 Catherine DEENIHAN Female VW55-59 UCC Staff Athletics Club 26:20
28 Danielle Ó FLYNN Female VW40-44 26:36


Mallow Castle: 50 finishers this week, 57 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Ruairi MANNING Male SM20-24 17:05
2 Frank CORRIGAN Male VM50-54 20:01
3 Unknown    
7 Norleen KENNY Female VW40-44 St Finbarrs AC 21:57
12 Alice HYNES Female SW20-24 23:08
15 Andressa LENIN BRAVO Female SW30-34 23:52


Youghal (Pobalscoil ne Tríonóide) : 40 this week, 63 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Andrew DE KLERK Male VM45-49 Ballintotis Fit4Life 18:38
2 James 0 MAHONY Male VM35-39 19:08
3 Chris O'CONNELL Male VM45-49 St Catherines AC 19:56
5 Shannon SOTOK Female SW30-34 22:13
8 Martha MORRISON Female VW45-49 23:43
10 Saoirse KINSELLA Female JW11-14 23:54


Macroom Castle Demense: 19 this week, 40 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Martina KIELY Female VW40-44 St Finbarrs AC 19:13
6 Mairead MURPHY Female VW45-49 West Muskerry A.C. 27:11
7 Carmel PURCELL Female VW45-49 West Muskerry A.C. 27:28
2 Padraig SHEAHAN Male VM55-59 Millstreet Athletic Club 21:03 
3 Tom CUDDIHY Male VM50-54 22:52
4 Michael MCELROY Male JM11-14 West Muskerry A.C. 23:26


Clonakilty: 31 this week, 51 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Daniel DOLLARD Male JM15-17 19:03
2 Padraig COURTNEY Male VM40-44 20:35
3 Niall O'CONNOR Male VM45-49 Ranelagh Harriers 20:41
4 Emer COURTNEY Female VW40-44 21:44
14 Sophia KINGSTON Female SW25-29 24:58
18 Kathleen O REGAN Female VW35-39 26:19


Glengarriff Woods: 69 this week, 85 last week.

Top 3 men & women...
1 Ryan MURPHY Male SM20-24 18:55
2 Bobby TANGNEY Male VM40-44 Kenmare Athletics Club 18:59
3 Unknown
15 Niamh CASEY Female VW35-39 24:34
20 Marian MINEHANE Female VW40-44 26:40
23 Shauna BUTTIMER Female SW30-34 27:12


Bere Island: 35 this week, 72 last week. 

First 3 men & women... 
1 Colin GLEESON Male VM70-74 Beara AC 24:14
3 Conor STONE Male SM25-29 26:12
4 Michael BUCKLEY Male VM55-59 26:38
2 Jen TROY Female SW25-29 26:11
5 Rachel COYLE Female SW25-29 26:43
7 Aisling MCCORMICK Female JW10 27:05


Castlehaven (Rineen Woods): 21 finishers this week, 29 last week.

First 3 women & men...
1 Ciarán BOUSE Male VM45-49 Eagle A.C. 20:25
2 James LAVERY Male SM30-34 21:54
3 Unknown
7 Mairead COLLINS Female VW35-39 24:48
10 Mary COTTER Female VW60-64 Tracton AC 28:59
15 Frances LYNCH Female VW60-64 Sanctuary Runners 31:33


For more information about the weekly 5k parkruns in Co Cork, go to this page HERE.

Wednesday, May 08, 2024

Results of the Cork BHAA Pfizers 6m road race - Wed 8th May 2024


This years Cork BHAA Pfizers 6-mile road race in Ringaskiddy was held on Wed 8th May 2024 on what was a lovely sunny evening. A total of 359 runners took part in the race which is down a bit on last year but still a respectable number.

Top 3 men & women...
1 Darragh Mulcahy M1 00:31:31 Pfizer M-A-2
2 Barry Twohig 0/40M M2 00:31:45 Emerald Fencing
3 Conor McCauley 0/40M M3 00:32:01 Apple M-A-1
22 Michelle Kenny 0/40F F1 00:36:29 Dept of Ed F-A-1
49 Linda O'Sullivan 00:39:27 Temp Reg
50 Joyce Wolfe 0/45F F2 00:39:31 Joyce Wolfe Physiotherapy

Full results HERE

Photos...

1) Derek Costello has the following galleries...


Video: Six life lessons from ultrarunning bootcamp ...by Beau Miles

Prep for the 'the hardest 100k race in Australia'...

Tuesday, May 07, 2024

Guest Post: Running ...by Pat Walsh

 ** Running **

The question pounds my head

"What's a lifetime of achievement?"

Is it for sport, for health or for life.

We all have our own love / hate relationship with running and it means something different to each one of us.

Some runners do 70+ miles a week and training 6 days, to the casual twice a week few miles handy jog.

So the sporty person hits the road as often as they can. They live, breathe running and pb’s, times, finishing positions are important. I applaud them but it cannot last forever.

The healthy runner is one who maybe finds the pants a bit tight or got a lecture from the doctor. They are out there to run but they know their health is dependent on staying active and sorting out some situation. Will they stay with it?

No matter who you are in that, and most are somewhere in-between, then the actual secret is fitting it to your life.

The life runner builds running into their weekly routine.

Find what suits you and stick to it. Find what you can cope with and how many times you get to train.

It isn’t last week, this week or next week that is crucial, it is building running into your lifestyle as a permanent component.

The long-term health and mental benefits of good relationship with running are priceless.

It will be done and enjoyed. Plans may have to be altered to accommodate. It is not obsessive, nor overpowering. It is there to be done and enjoyed. 

Races come and go. Times are a matter of the current state of fitness but not to be getting too bothered about.

Be the rock to inspire someone with your lifestyle. Be consistent. Make it enjoyable. Laugh and don’t get too uptight.

Be an example. Don’t be defined by times or finishing place.

Be a real runner who loves running. 

' Lighthouses don’t go running all over an island looking for boats to save; they just stand there shining.'

Sorry: Didn’t get time last Friday to post and away on a jaunt next week. 

Hope everyone had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend.

#pwr

Sunday, May 05, 2024

Notice: IMRA Beara Way 30km Challenge - Sat 18th May 2024


IMRA are holding a 30km trail race on the Beara Peninsula on Saturday 18th May 2024. The event starts and finishes in the town of Castletownbere and takes in the local hills and mountains.

This is quite a difficult event with 1300m of ascent and would be suitable for someone who could complete a 42.2km road marathon easily enough.

DESCRIPTION: Beara Way Half Marathon
COUNTY: Cork
DATE: Saturday 18th May, 2024
TIME: 12:00
CLIMB (M): 1300
DISTANCE (KM): 30.00
RACE MARKING: Route fully marked - Route fully marked
GPS ALLOWED: Yes
MANDATORY KIT: Level B required
ENTRY CLOSES: Saturday 11th May 2024, 18:00
ENTRY COST: €20
ENTRY LIMIT:100

Results of the Run the Line 5k in Carrigaline - Sat 4th May 2024


This free timed 5k on the Carrigaline to Crosshaven walkway takes place on the first Saturday of every month. 

There were 30 finishers for the May 2024 event.

Saturday, May 04, 2024

Results of the 5k parkruns in Cork - Sat 4th May 2024



Results of the 5k parkruns around the county on Saturday 4th May 2024. Approximately 984 runners and walkers took part in the 10 events in Co Cork.

Report... Another dry day for this weeks 5k parkruns in Co Cork with the thermometer around the 10 deg mark at Cork airport, pretty much perfect.

If I missed anyone who passed a notable milestone like 100, 200, 250 or above parkruns then let me know.

***

Ballincollig Regional Park: 315 this week, 306 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Sean TWOHIG Male VM35-39 St Finbarrs AC 17:13
2 Alan O'SULLIVAN Male VM40-44 18:09
3 Diarmuid O' SHEA Male SM30-34 18:20
10 Niamh O'SULLIVAN Female VW60-64 An Ríocht A.C 20:17
38 Mary SWEENEY Female VW60-64 St Finbarrs AC 22:51
40 Mairead PEREZ Female VW50-54 Eagle A.C. 22:54


Tramore Valley Park: 217 this week, 246 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Charlie GAFFNEY Male SM20-24 Leevale AC 16:16
2 Aidan BENJACAR Male JM15-17 16:33
3 Andrew HOBBS Male VM35-39 Leevale AC 17:04
28 Pamela BARRY Female VW45-49 Aghada Running Club 21:33
29 Britta WILLMES Female VW40-44 Clapham Pioneers 21:34
35 Deirdre WALLACE Female VW35-39 22:04


Glen River: 75 this week, 68 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 David JACKSON Male VM35-39 18:28
2 James GRUFFERTY Male VM40-44 Leevale AC 20:52
3 Eoin KELLY Male SM30-34 20:59
4 Orla RODGERS Female SW25-29 21:38
8 Irene EIGHAN Female VW40-44 St Finbarrs AC 22:58
14 Mags HASSETT Female VW45-49 Douglas Meet and Train 24:48


Mallow Castle: 57 finishers this week, 76 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Gerard BUCKLEY Male SM30-34 18:11
2 Grzegorz KOZIMALA Male VM40-44 20:43
3 Carl HOWARD Male VM45-49 21:43
4 Norleen KENNY Female VW40-44 St Finbarrs AC  22:00
6 Denise TWOHIG Female VW50-54 St Finbarrs AC 22:44
9 Rebecca MCKEON Female SW30-34 24:15


Youghal (Pobalscoil ne Tríonóide) : 63 this week, 71 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Noel EARLY Male VM40-44 St Catherines AC 18:42
2 Chris O'CONNELL Male VM45-49 St Catherines AC 20:08
3 Paul MCFARLAND Male VM35-39 22:00
7 Anne DENNEHY Female VW45-49 23:30
11 Saoirse KINSELLA Female JW11-14 24:13
12 Claire MURPHY Female VW50-54 24:34


Macroom Castle Demense: 40 this week, 24 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Matt MURPHY Male SM18-19 22:26
2 Tom CUDDIHY Male VM50-54 23:07
3 Richie FITZGERALD Male VM50-54 23:16
5 Claire CURTIN Female VW35-39 West Muskerry A.C. 24:22
6 Mary LUCEY Female VW40-44 West Muskerry A.C. 25:11
8 Sarah CUDDIHY Female SW18-19 25:37


Clonakilty: 51 this week, 25 last week.

First 3 men & women...
1 Alex DAVIES Male SM25-29 19:55
2 Henry MILWARD Male VM35-39 St. Nicholas AC 20:11
3 Niall O'CONNOR Male VM45-49 Ranelagh Harriers 20:29
4 Rachel CALVEY Female SW30-34 20:51
9 Helen O'REGAN Female VW40-44 Winchester Fit Club RC 24:20
11 Laura ROYCROFT Female SW20-24 25:07


Glengarriff Woods: 85 this week, 61 last week.

Top 3 men & women...
1 Trevor MCGUIRK Male VM40-44 20:04
2 Stephen O'SULLIVAN Male VM50-54 21:45
3 Ray KELLEHER Male VM45-49 Kenmare Athletics Club 22:10
6 Alice COPPINGER Female VW45-49 Bantry Athletic Club 23:05
9 Hilje LABUSCHAGNE Female VW35-39 23:23
13 Fleur HINDLEY Female VW55-59 24:39


Bere Island: 72 this week, 47 last week. 

First 3 men & women... 
1 Michelagh MURPHY Female SW20-24 21:10
9 Breeda O SULLIVAN Female VW55-59 Beara AC 25:13
10 Katie VERDON Female VW45-49 26:36
2 Aidan LANGLEY Male VM50-54 Lusk Athletic Club 22:10
3 Colm ANDREWS Male VM60-64 23:13
4 Roger DOWDS Male VM60-64 Dublin Front Runners 23:18


Castlehaven (Rineen Woods): 29 finishers this week, 13 last week.

First 3 women & men...
1 Sheila MALONE Female VW35-39 23:23
7 Kathleen O REGAN Female VW35-39 28:04
10 Sally LORIMER Female VW45-49 30:42
2 Brian MCCARTHY Male SM20-24 24:17
3 Luke CONNOLLY Male JM10 25:31
4 Níall CROWLEY Male VM35-39 25:45


For more information about the weekly 5k parkruns in Co Cork, go to this page HERE.

Friday, May 03, 2024

Notice: IMRA Glengarriff 11km trail race - Sun 5th May 2024


IMRA are holding an 11km trail race on the hills outside Glengarriff on Sunday 5th May 2024.

Details below...

DESCRIPTION: Glengarriff
COUNTY: Cork
DATE: Sunday 5th May, 2024
TIME: 12:00
CLIMB (M): 550
DISTANCE (KM): 11.00
ENTRY CLOSES: Saturday 4th May 2024, 18:00
ENTRY COST: €7 for seniors, €5 for over 65s and under 18s

Entries & info... https://www.imra.ie/events/view/id/2445

Thursday, May 02, 2024

Results & Photos of the Midleton 5-mile - 2nd May 2024

First place finish for Michael Harty

The Midleton 5-mile road race was held on Thursday 2nd of May 2024 on what was a cool but dry evening. This is in marked contrast to last year when there was a monsoon.

There were a total of 347 finishers which is a recovery on last year but still well down on the pre-2020 levels.

Top 3 men & women...
1 Michael HARTY East Cork A.C. M M40 5598 25:30
2 Tony FORRISTAL East Cork A.C. M MS 5902 25:54
3 Brian MURPHY Iveragh A.C. M M40 5685 26:18
14 Kealey TIDESWALL Clonmel A.C. F F40 5937 28:58
26 Michelle KENNY Leevale A.C. F F40 5871 29:44
29 Nadine FORDE Leevale A.C. F F40 5581 30:03

Full results HERE

Photos...

1) Sharon Murray has a gallery HERE

2) Mick Dooley has a gallery HERE

3) Joe Murphy has a gallery HERE


Results & Photos of the Carraig na bhFear GAA 5K Road Race - Wed 1st May 2024


The Carraig na bhFear GAA 5K Road Race was held on Wed 1st May 2024 with 275 runners and walkers crossing the finish line on what was a cool but dry evening. 

As can be seen from the chart above, this is up on last years numbers but still down on the 2017 to 2019 time period.

Top 3 men & women...
1 64 Mark Walsh Male Leevale A.C. 15:51
2 69 Fergus Nugent Male Eagle A.C. 16:47
3 147 Barry Donovan Male Cork Track Club 17:13
23 1 Linda O' Sullivan Female 20:15
39 260 Geraldine Hartnett Female Grange/Fermoy A.C. 21:43
41 262 Allie Philips Female Carraig na bhFear AC 21:49

Full results HERE

Photos...

1) Dermot Hever Photography has a gallery HERE