Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Ballyandreen 5 mile road race...Thurs 26th May 2016

Friday, May 27, 2016

Results of the Ballyandreen 5 mile road race...Thurs 26th May 2016

A total of 622 runners turned out for this years Ballyandreen 5 mile road race, the first of four in the 2016 Ballycotton Summer Series. That is the second highest number ever and just 32 shy of the record.

In terms of AAI clubs taking part, these were the main ones...Midleton AC 70, Ballintotis Fit4Life 46, Eagle AC 29, Ballymore-Cobh AC 22, Mallow AC 21, Watergrasshill AC 20, Youghal AC 19, St.Finbarr's AC 18, East Cork AC 16, St.Catherines AC 14, Carrigtwohill AC 12 & St.Nicholas AC 10.

The chart above shows the total number per year plus the numbers breaking 30 mins, 35 mins and 40 mins.

1     0:24:46        HARTY, Michael    East Cork AC    M    04:57.1
2     0:26:51        MCGRATH, Sean    East Cork AC    M    05:22.1
3     0:27:09        CORBETT, Michael    St. Finbarrs AC    M40    05:25.7
22    0:29:10    COOKE, Aoife    Youghal AC    F    05:49.9
53     0:31:21    SANTRY, Fiona    East Cork AC    F    06:16.1
55     0:31:33    MACKEOWN, Rosaleen    Leevale AC    F40    06:18.5

The full results can be seen HERE

1) Jonathan Kenneally of Eagle AC has a large gallery HERE

Aoife Cooke of Youghal AC...First woman home
Michael Harty of East Cork AC takes an early lead. Photo : Jonathan Kenneally

Start of the race...


Unknown said...

Quick word of thanks to the organisers for a superbly-run race last night. Everything worked really well and the entry fee of €5 was brilliant value, putting a lot of the commercially driven events to shame. That was my first time taking on the 'Beast' but it won't be the last. Also, great to have the results up so early this morning. Hats off to all involved.

cathalhistory said...

Very well run and organised as usual. A tough but fair course. I still think chip timing and mats would be a great idea - a topic which has been revisited before but once again well done to Ballycotton running promotions. Looking forward to the other races.

Anonymous said...

1st time attempting this race, well done to all the organisers and stewards. Great value for 5 euro. As 1st post says, great to have results up so quickly. Please pass on thanks and appreciation to the the house owners and team who provided the post race cuppa and biscuits. CGC.

Anonymous said...

great organization and atmosphere as usual. Just a call the all runners to position themselves at the suggested time zone at the start, especially in narrow starts like these ones.