Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Cork Novice & Master Road Championships, Midleton - Sun 2nd Mar 2014

Sunday, March 02, 2014

Results of the Cork Novice & Master Road Championships, Midleton - Sun 2nd Mar 2014

The Cork AAI Novice & Masters road championships were held in Midleton, East Cork on Sunday the 2nd of March with both men and women competing over a 4 mile course. The races were very well organised and it's a credit to the host club Midleton AC for doing such a fine job.

One of Cork's newest clubs Watergrasshill AC competing in their first county road championships
These are the top 3 in each race...
1 25:27 MCDAID, Ailbhe Leevale AC (Novice) F 06:21.6
2 25:39 HAYES, Orla Leevale AC (Novice) F 06:24.6
3 25:43 O'NEILL, Anna Doheny AC F40 06:25.6
1 20:44 MOORE, Colm Leevale AC (Novice) M35 05:10.9
2 21:27 SOSNOWSKI, Wieslaw Eagle AC M40 05:21.7
3 21:32 O'CONNELL, John Leevale AC (Novice) M35 05:22.9

The team results will be out later but in the meantime, you can find the individual times HERE

Provisional Team Results...
Womens Novice
1) Leevale AC...21 pts ...2) Mallow AC...43 pts ...3) Eagle AC...63 pts 
Womens Masters
1) Mallow AC...56 pts ...2) Eagle AC...68 pts ...3) Midleton AC...90 pts
Women Masters F45

Mens Novice
1) Leevale AC...15 pts ...2) Eagle AC...40 pts ...3) East Cork AC...69 pts

Mens Masters
1) Leevale AC...25 pts ...2) Eagle AC...50 pts ...3) East Cork AC...51 pts
Mens Masters M50

1) Youghal AC...151 pts ...2) Eagle AC...162 pts ...3) Midleton AC...220 pts

1) Kieran Minihane has a gallery HERE


Anonymous said...

Delighted to see this event back.Well done Midleton AC on a great day and a very well organised event.Roll on Mdt 5 on the 1st May

Anonymous said...

Great to see neebies Watergrasshill & Ballintotis in the race. Fair play to both club for promoting athletics

Anonymous said...

Fair play to John Walsh and Batt Kearney who ran in the rain and cold on the Marina for the Bord Gais 5k this morning and lined out in the County Championships a couple of hours later. Does anyone know how many thousand races these guys have done, not to mention thousand of miles over the last half century or more. Amazing to say the least.