Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Dungarvan 10...Sun 29th Jan 2012

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Dungarvan 10...Sun 29th Jan 2012

The John Treacy Dungarvan 10 mile road race went ahead on Sunday the 19th of January under overcast and damp conditions. Despite the light rain and an unexpected oil spill on the road around the 4 mile mark, two new course records were set. Sean Hehir of Rathfarnham WSAF AC won the mens race in a time of 49:25. In the womens race, Maria McCambridge of Letterkenny AC won in a time of  55:58............(Photos....Dominic Horan)

In the competition for the prestigious John Treacy Club Challenge Cup, Clonliffe Harriers won the mens cup in a combined time of 2:34:16....Gary O’ Hanlon (49:49), Brian McMahon (50:21) and Declan Power (54:06).

Olympic Marathon silver medalist John Treacy presenting Niamh Roe (L) and Annmarie Holland (R) of Eagle AC with the Club Challenge Trophy. Photo courtesy of James Veale of West Waterford AC

In the womens competition, Cork club Eagle AC won the trophy for the second year running with a combined time of 3.06.13...Sinead NĂ­ ChonchĂșir (60:25), Ann-Marie Holland (62:10) and Niamh Roe (63:38).

Category results with links to full results and photos up on the Running in Munster website.

Lizzie Lee of Leevale AC (2nd) and Maria McCambridge of Letterkenny AC (1st). Both athletes are part of the Irish Marathon Mission of elite distance runners. Photo courtesy of Dan McGrath...


Anonymous said...

Hi John,
sorry but Leevale won the team prize 109 points.
Its on the athletics Ireland website.
best regards

John Desmond said...

ok, I had to check this to make sure I had everything ok.

What I have listed here are the results of the John Treacy Club Challenge. Clonliffe Harriers won the mens one.

The mens team prizes are taken from those runners who did not win individual prizes.

The winning mens teams were
1st Leevale AC (92 points)(Killian o’Tuama, Daniel Coffey, Colm Moore)

2nd St.Finbarrs (109 points)(John Meade, Rory O’Sullivan, Michael Morgan)

3rd Waterford AC (121 points)(Frank Quinlan, Brian Swaby, Frank Walsh)