Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results & Photos of the Carrigaline 5 mile road race... Sun 18th Feb 2018

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Results & Photos of the Carrigaline 5 mile road race... Sun 18th Feb 2018

A total of 317 runners turned out for this years Carrigaline 5 mile road race organised by Eagle AC.

1    FOX, David    Leevale AC        0:26:17    209    1
2    SHEEHAN, Andrew    Leevale AC        0:26:25    99    2
3    CORBETT, Michael    St. Finbarrs AC    M40    0:26:34    300    3
21    MOORE, Niamh    Cork Varsity        0:31:00    111    21
26    GEARY, Ann    Midleton AC    F35    0:31:43    30    26
29    HICKSON, Katie    Cork tri    F40    0:31:53    43    29

Team Prizes...
Men... Leevale AC 1st, Eagle AC 2nd
Women... Togher AC 1st, Midleton AC 2nd

Category results

Full results HERE

Photos...(Updated Mon 19th Feb @9:36pm)
There are two galleries up on the Running in Cork Facebook page
...a) Pre-race & Start
...b) Finish 
2) There is a gallery of the prizes up on the Eagle AC Facebook page
3) Derek Costello of Eagle AC has a gallery HERE
4) Mick Dooley of Eagle AC has a gallery HERE
5) Joe Murphy of Eagle AC has a gallery HERE 


Anonymous said...

Great challenging new course , but why are there no prizes for females Over 60 and 65 when there is for the male equivalent?

John Desmond said...

Each category is designed to be competitive i.e. there has to be enough runners in each category to make it competitive. There are also prizes for the F35's and none for the M35's so that it where some of the female prizes go.

Anonymous said...

Great race . Well done and thanks to all the organizers . Loved the questions for spot prizes too- we’ll done Eagle

Anonymous said...

but woukld the m35 cat not be competitive aswell?

Unknown said...

Good race, little tougher than I thought it would be but was happy enough with my time. Course adjustment for the road works was good, stewards at all the right places, good spread after!

John Desmond said...

An M35 category would probably be very competitive but the norm for most races is to start the category prizes at M40 for men and F35 for women. There probably is a good case for M35 prizes.

Anonymous said...

i don't think any of the top 10 were over 35 cat but it would be a strong competive cat in nearly all race,much more so then ladies and mens over 65/70,maybe they should just do a over 60 cat and not any higher.i know that's not far on a 70 year old but its not a stacked cat

Anonymous said...

maybe if they put in cat over 60/70 them runners might come?anyway just because all the other runners at that age stop running,i think more of a reason to give 3 prizes to that cat,and if only 3 turn up,fair play to them,hope ill get there,from a over 40 cat

Anonymous said...

There was 3 m40,1m45 and 1m50 in the top 10.