Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Millstreet 10k road race...Fri 5th July 2013

Monday, July 08, 2013

Results of the Millstreet 10k road race...Fri 5th July 2013

A total of 188 runners turned out for the inaugural Willie Neenan Memorial 10 km road race in Millstreet, Co.Cork last Friday evening, an excellent number for the first running of the race.

1    MURPHY    ED     33:54  5:28/M    SM    Gneeveguilla AC
2    COFFEY    DONAL  33:59    5:28/M    SM   
3    O CONNELL    JOHN  34:47    5:36/M    SM    leevale
15    KIELY    MARTINA  39:46   6:24/M    SF   
25    FINN    CAROL  42:10   6:47/M    SF    Leevale AC
34    DALY    SIOBHAN   43:17  6:58/M    SF    an riocht

The full results can be seen HERE

1) Tom Blackburn has two galleries of photos HERE and HERE

This was the 2nd of 7 in the Ballyhoura Cork race series. The 3rd one is the Kilworth Camp 5 mile road race coming up next Friday evening, the 12th of July.


Anonymous said...

A challenging but fair course on a beautiful summer's evening, what more could you want. Lots of locals out to support the runners too which created a nice vibe around the town.
A fine spread after in the hall, credit to all concerned.

Anonymous said...

This was a fantastic event. For €10 we got : chip timing, water at half way and at the finish, medals for all, lovely food afterwards, great stewarding and quality prizes. The support, out on the course, from the local community, really added a special atmosphere.

Anonymous said...

this was a very well run event on a very nice course (if a little hilly!!), stewarding was fantastic and the local support was very much appreciated over the finishing couple of K. spread afterwards was top rate and a special word of praise for whoever made that fantastic fruitcake, it was amazing. i can only see this even getting stronger in the years to to come to commemorate a local running hero run over one of his training routes. well done millstreet ac.

martina said...

Well done to all involved for making this race such a success.It was a pleasure to be part of such a well organised event which had everything and showed great community spirit.A great tribute to Willie Neenan who gave so much and who introduced so many children to athletics in Millstreet.