Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Belle of Ballincollig 5k road race...Thurs 5th June 2014

Thursday, June 05, 2014

Results of the Belle of Ballincollig 5k road race...Thurs 5th June 2014

A total of 264 runners took part in this years Belle of Ballincollig 5k road race, a huge jump of 49% on last years figure of 177. Conditions were a little breezy but it was still a lovely sunny evening for a road race.

1    0:15:54    HEFFERNAN, Elton    Togher AC   
2    0:16:46    LYONS, Dennis    St. Finbarrs AC   
3    0:16:48    TIVY, Ian    Togher AC   
4    0:16:50    HARRINGTON, Michael    Bantry AC    M40
10    0:17:43    O'CONNOR, Sinead    Leevale AC   
26    0:19:06    HARRINGTON, Caoimhe    Bantry AC           
32    0:19:37    GILROY, Helen    Midleton AC    F40   
39    0:19:57    HARRINGTON, Deirdre    Bantry AC    F40

The full results can be seen HERE

Photos...(Updated Fri 6th @6:30pm)
1) Joe Murphy of Eagle AC has a slideshow of 66 photos HERE
2) Darren Burnett has a gallery of Black & White photos HERE 
3) Doug Minihane has a gallery of photos HERE


Unknown said...

Great race well organized and fab food well done all concerned

Anonymous said...

Enjoyable run it must be said. After race refreshments were great and stewards did their best with traffic but amazing how impatient some drivers were, edging out as some of us ran past (oriel house car park based cars for example). Overall an experience to bring us back for 2015 Belle!

Anonymous said...

Well done to all involved in orgainsing this event. Great atmosphere in the club after.

Anonymous said...

It was my first 5km race & really enjoyed it! It was lovely to run local through parts of Ballincollig town. The organisers were great - lots of lovely banter before, during & after. After race refreshments were lovely too. Great experience all around

Anonymous said...

Great race, very well organised, one small comment about the prizes,a bottle of wine was not the best of prizes, most good runners do not drink. Vouchers for the local shop/shops would have been more in order.

Anonymous said...

The best 5k I've ever done. A good mix of sloping uphills and speedy downhills made this an exciting race. Well done to the stewards, Ballincollig GAA, the GardaĆ­ and the lovely ladies serving up. This is a must for next year again! :-)