Clonmel Senior Notes for December 2016

2016 Senior Club News

Clonmel Senior Athletic Club Notes 4th December

Great performances in the Waterford Half Marathon

The Waterford Half Marathon took place in good dry but cold conditions last weekend. Joey Feery running this event for the first time in Club colours ran very well when finishing 25th in 79 mins 22 secs. We also had good performances from Corneilius McFadden who ran very well when finishing 3rd over 50 in 116th place in 88:24, James Denn 137th in 89:25 and a big improvement on his run earlier this year of 102:09, Cyril Fogarty 168th in 91:16, Tom Bourke 186th in 92:21, Yvonne O Connor ran very well when finishing 3rd Woman over 40 in 225th place  in 94:09 and a big improvement on her 2014 performance over this route when finishing in 98:54, Suzanne Shine ran very well when finishing 2nd Woman over 35 in 238th place in 94:52, Noel Ryan 239th in 94:53, Billy Prout 281st in 96:45, Kenny Brett 301st in 97:21 and a big improvement on his run earlier this year over this route of 102:14, Peter Kiely 320th in 98:03, Michelle Doherty 345th in 98:43, Cormac Healy 348th in 98:45, Dan O Keeffe 397th in 99:38 and a big improvement on his 2014 performance of 110:35, Pat Walsh 543rd in 104:10, Keith Robinson 636th in 106:51, Brian Tyrell 693rd in 108:04 and a big improvement on his performance earlier this year over this course when finishing in 110:34, Sinead Kennedy on her debut over this course ran very well when finishing 973rd in 115:15, Deirdre Fahey 975th in 115:18, Aifric Byrne was another debutant over this route and ran well when finishing 1121st in 119:00, Helen Gilman 1210th in 122:04, Marion O Neill 1392nd in 129:15, Roberta Ryan was 1442nd in 130:10 and a big improvement on her performance earlier this year of 135:55 and Catherine Ryan 1461st in 131:23.

 

Great finale to our 4K road Race series

The curtain came down last night on the Club’s very successful Pre Christmas 4K road race series with the 6th race of the series. This race was our Charity race and this year’s event was in aid of the 5 Steps to Living Well with Dementia in South Tipperary, represented by Peggy O Sullivan and Richie Molloy, with all monies collected going to this worthy cause. The amount raised was 665 Euros.

The race attracted a very good entry of 118 participants on a cold dry foggy night. The race was won by Anthony Bowen in 14 mins 42 secs, Billy Moloney was 2nd in 15 mins 8 secs and Joey Feery was 3rd in 15 mins 18 secs. Claire Annan was 1st woman in 15 mins 17 secs, Siobhan McHugh was 2nd in 17 mins 6 secs and 3rd was Michelle Doherty in 17 mins 31 secs.

The Club would like to thank the Brothers of Charity for the use of their carpark as race headquarters, the Civil Defence for First Aid and all our stewards who ensured the whole event was safely marshalled.

The Club’s next event is the St Stephen’s Day 4 mile at 12 noon, sponsored by MSD. Entries will be taken at Colaiste Cheitinn the mall from 10 am on the morning of the race. A New Year’s Resolution – we will be holding our New Year4k series in 2017 starting on Wednesday 11th January at 7pm.

 

Club’s AGM

This year’s Annual General Meeting was very well attended, best attendance for quite some time and great to see. The Chairman, Frank Lynch, welcomed everyone to the meeting and the various reports from the Secretary, Register and PRO were well received as was the Treasurer’s report, which showed that the Club’s finances were in a good state. The Chairman in his final address as Chairman thanks everyone who helped the Club during the year on all fronts and he singled out the Club’s 500K Team Challenge as one of the highlights during the year as it caught the imagination of many athletes and was a brilliant success. There was a good discussion on a number of topics that the incoming Management Committee will take on board and help bring the Club to another level as we continue to grow and develop. Both Frank Lynch and Dee Collins were praised for all their work during the past number of years as Chairman and Secretary respectively as both were stepping down after giving great service to the Club.

In the election of Officers, Nicola Maunsell was elected Chairperson and becomes the 2nd Woman to hold this position in the Club’s history Eileen O Reilly was Chairperson in the mid 1980’s.

The New Management Committee is as follows:

Chairperson: Nicola Maunsell

Vice Chairman Seniors: Frank Lynch

Vice Chairman Juveniles: Albert Doyle

Secretary: Donna Nagle

Treasurer: Paula Dwan

Ass Treasurer: Conor Fleming

Juvenile PRO: Robert Whelan

Senior PRO: Niall O Sullivan

Committee: Susie Moran, Brian Tyrell, Nigel O Flaherty, Donal Casey, Mark Darmody, Dan O Keeffe, Shane Greene and Cyril Fogarty.

 

MSD Be Well 4 Mile Road Race

Preparations are going well for this year’s race which once again takes place on St Stephen’s Day at 12 noon. This Club event is once again sponsored by MSD and we are very grateful for such sponsorship. This race has grown in stature over the years and is now firmly fixed on everyone calendar over the festive season. This race over a good course caters for all levels of abilities and all ages.

This year’s Prize list is as follows:

The winner of the race will receive 150 Euros. This year there will be Prizes for the following categories, Men: 1st 5 Men, 1st 2 0/40, 0/45, 0/50, 1st 0/55, 0/60, 0/65, 0/70 and 0/75 plus 1st 2 Junior Men. The list of Prizes for the Ladies is as follows: the 1st 5 Senior Ladies, 1st 2 0/35, 0/40, 0/45, 1st 0/50 0/55 and 0/60 plus 1st 2 Junior Ladies.

There will also be some great Spot Prizes for down the field finishers to be won, so come along and participate in a great Sporting event. This is an ideal event to raise funds for local charities.

There will also be Post Race Refreshments in the Vocational School. This year’s event will be Chip timed by Premier Timing Systems. This event has an Athletics Ireland Race Permit.

Entries will be taken at the Vocational School, the Mall from 10 am onwards. We would ask all local participants to come early and enter as we are expecting over 500 to participate in this year’s event. This year’s race will start at the Loreto Convent and the athletes will proceed down to Sir Thomas’s Bridge and back to Barlo Motors via the Waterford road. The entry Fee is 10 Euros. Enquiries to Niall at 086 1660888.

 

Clonmel Senior Athletic Club Notes 11th December

Great performance by Michael Carey

The National Novice Cross Country Championship took place last Sunday in Dundalk IT on a good course. Michael Carey was competing in this Championship for the very first time. He went out steady and after the first lap was in the chasing pack. He gradually made progress over the latter stages of the race and in a hectic finish put in a great effort when finishing 7th, brilliant performance. This was a great performance by Michael who is having a great season, having already won the County Novice Cross Country title in October.

County Junior and Senior Cross Country Championships

These County Championships bring the curtain down on the County Cross Country season next Sunday when they are decided in Galbally, hosted by Mooreabbey Milers. Hopefully we can end the season on a high note with good performances in all four races. Athletes please note that the Junior races will start at 12 noon while the Senior Women’s race could start as early as 12,30pm followed immediately by the Senior Men’s Race. in the Men’s race we will be going all out to win the County Inter Club title for the 5th year in a row and with athletes like Kevin and William Maunsell, Nigel O Flaherty, Michael Carey and Joey Feery to name but a few we are well capable of such an achievement, an achievement never achieved before by the Club, so one well worth getting all our athletes out to achieve. In the Women’s race we are also well capable of retaining the Sureprint Cup if we can get all our athletes competing.

MSD Be Well 4 Mile Road Race

Preparations are going well for this year’s race which once again takes place on St Stephen’s Day at 12 noon. This Club event is once again sponsored by MSD and we are very grateful for such sponsorship. This race has grown in stature over the years and is now firmly fixed on everyone calendar over the festive season. This race over a good course caters for all levels of abilities and all ages.

This year’s Prize list is as follows:

The winner of the race will receive 150 Euros. This year there will be Prizes for the following categories, Men: 1st 5 Men, 1st 2 0/40, 0/45, 0/50, 1st 0/55, 0/60, 0/65, 0/70 and 0/75 plus 1st 2 Junior Men. The list of Prizes for the Ladies is as follows: the 1st 5 Senior Ladies, 1st 2 0/35, 0/40, 0/45, 1st 0/50 0/55 and 0/60 plus 1st 2 Junior Ladies.

There will also be some great Spot Prizes for down the field finishers to be won, so come along and participate in a great Sporting event. This is an ideal event to raise funds for local charities.

There will also be Post Race Refreshments in the Vocational School. This year’s event will be Chip timed by Premier Timing Systems. This event has an Athletics Ireland Race Permit.

Entries will be taken at the Vocational School, the Mall from 10 am onwards. We would ask all local participants to come early and enter as we are expecting over 500 to participate in this year’s event. This year’s race will start at the Loreto Convent and the athletes will proceed down to Sir Thomas’s Bridge and back to Barlo Motors via the Waterford road. The entry Fee is 10 Euros. Enquiries to Niall at 086 1660888.

Great performances in Lanzarote

The Lanzarote Marathon took place last weekend and the Club colours were well represented. Jimmy Boland ran very well when finishing 21st in 3 hours 3 mins 51 secs. Then we had Billy Moloney also running very well when finishing 40th in 3 hour 16 mins 23 secs, Shane Greene also ran well when finishing 59th in 3 hour w23 mins 43 secs, John Laste 139th in 3 hours 43 mins 10 secs, Noel Gillman 146th in 3 hours 46 mins 39 secs, Mark Corcoran 149th in 3 hours 48 mins 5 secs and Donal Ryan 220th in 4 hours 5 mins 28 secs. In the Half Marathon we had Anthony Power running well when finishing 128th in 104 mins 10 secs and Nicola Maunsell 348th in 124 mins 14 secs.

In the 10K Helen Gillman ran well when finishing 335th in 71 mins 11 secs while in the 5k Susan Laste also ran well when finishing 104th in 33 mins 43 secs.

Recently the Lanzarote Club Santa race series took place in glorious sunshine where athletes competed in a 10K race, then a 13k race followed by a 5k race and finished off with a 21km race. Dick O Gorman ran well when finishing 40th overall in the Men’s event with these performances of 39:17 for the 10k, 59:22 for the 13k, 21: 41 for the 5k and 91:34 for the 21K. Kealey Tideswell was 8th Woman overall with these performances of 40:29 for the 10k, 61 mins for the 13k, 22:40 for the 5k and 91:56 for the 21k. Aine Roche was 14th Woman overall with these performances of 40:42 for the 10k, 62:10 for the 13k, 23:22 for the 5k and 99:36 for the 21k. Miriam O Gorman was 50th Woman overall with these performances 50:44 for the 10k, 75:53 for the 13K, 28:24 for the 5K and 116:03 for the 21K and Julie Tideswell was 55th Woman overall with these performances of 51:19 for the 10k, 77:30 for the 13K, 28:51 for the 5k and 119:12 for the 21K.

 

 

Clonmel Senior Athletic Club Notes 18th December

Colm McCarthy and William Maunsell County Champions

Galbally was the venue last Sunday for the County Junior and Senior Cross Country Championships. In the Junior Men’s race Colm McCarthy ran very well to win his first County Cross Country title in fine style when coming home a very convincing winner. In the Senior Men’s race we also had great performances. Here William and Kevin Maunsell served up two brilliant efforts as they went stride for stride over the demanding 5 lap course. In the end it came down to a sprint finish with William edging it close to the line when winning in 35 mins 35 secs with Kevin a second adrift. These were tow great performances and congrats to William on winning his first County Senior title having finishing 2nd last year and in 2013 while he was 3rd in 2014. Then we had Joey Feery also running very well when finishing 19th in 42 mins and Nigel O Flaherty 26th in 44 mins 3 secs with James O Brien also running well when finishing 35th in 47 mins 2 secs. The team of William, Kevin, Joey and Nigel won the inter Club Bronze medals.

It was a pity that we couldn’t field a team for the women’s race as it was our first time since 2007 that we hadn’t a team in this event as some of our athletes went to another event. As the curtain comes down on the County Cross Country season we can reflect on some very good performances while we ponder on why we couldn’t field teams in any of the women’s races this year at County Cross Country level. Hopefully this is only a blip and that we can resume our strong presence in the Women’s races at both County and Munster levels in 2017.

 

 

Clonmel Athletic Club Notes 21st December 

Anthony Tobin wins National 20K Bronze medal

The National 20Km Walk Championships took place in Cork last Sunday. In a select quality field Anthony Tobin put in a brilliant performance when walking the 20Km, which is the equivalent of 12.4 miles in a PB of 99 mins 44.06 secs. This was Anthony’s first Senior Championship event and he mixed it well to record such a great performance. To make this achievement all the more, he achieved it on the CIT 400m tartan track walking for 49 laps, tough event, averaging just over 2 minutes a lap. This was a great way for Anthony to finish off 2016.

 

Clonmel Athletic Club Notes 27th December

Brian Horton wins MSD 4 Mile

The MSD be Well 4 Mile road race took place in Clonmel on St Stephen’s Day at 12 noon. The weather was ideal for running mild and dry and as such they came out in their hundreds, 526, a new record entry and we were treated to a brilliant event. The race started at Loreto Convent and soon a group set the pace that included William Maunsell of Clonmel AC, last year’s winner, Brian Maher of Kilkenny City Harriers and Richard Horton from England with a large group in close attention. Then as the leaders approached Sir Thomas’s Bridge Brian Maher and Brian Horton had a 10m lead on William Maunsell with another few metres to the chasing pack. Then on the return journey to Clonmel, Brian Horton opened a 10 metre lead on Brian Maher with William Maunsell in closer attention. Brian Horton kept the pace going to come home a convincing winner in 18 mins 58 secs, just 4 secs off the course record set by Sandis Bralitis of West Waterford in 2008, brilliant performance. Then we had William Maunsell putting in a great effort over the final 2km to finish 2nd in 19 mins 6 secs with Brian Maher of Kilkenny City Harriers 3rd in 19 mins 10 secs. William’s previous best was 19 mins 49 secs in 2014, some improvement. Then we had Emmet Dunleavy of Sligo AC 4th in 19 mins 33 secs with Kevin Moore of Dundrum AC dipping under 20 mins when finishing 5th in 19 mins 57 secs. The Master Men’s awards were won by the following athletes: 1st over 40 Denis Shanahan Thurles Crokes 21 mins 35 secs, 2nd over 40 David Ryan Clonmel AC 21 mins 54 secs, 1st over 45 Dermot Hayes Dundrum AC 22 mins 30 secs, 2nd over 45 Conor Fleming Clonmel AC 23 mins 17 secs, 1st over 50 Richard O Gorman Clonmel AC 24 mins 29 secs, 2nd over 50 Corneilius McFadden Clonmel AC 24 mins 35 secs, 1st over 55 Michael Moore Dundrum AC 25 mins 4 secs, 1st over 60 Matt Alexander Coolquill AC 26 mins 40 secs, 1st over 65 Eamonn Crowley Clonmel AC 33 mins 25 secs, 1st over 70 Myles McHugh Clonmel AC 35 mins 13 secs, 1st over 75 Pierce Purcell Clonmel AC 53 mins,  1st Junior Man Darren Dunne Nenagh Olympic 20 mins 5 secs and 2nd Junior Man Fred Crowley Thurles Crokes 23 mins 31 secs.

The women’s race was also very competitive and here we had Siobhan O Doherty (Borrisokane AC) a great supporter of this event coming home a worthy winner in 21 mins 52 secs, just 2 secs outside her course record set in 2013, great running. Then we had Claire Annan of Clonmel AC also running very well when finishing 2nd woman in 23 mins 49 secs with Sally Forristal (St Joseph’s AC) 3rd in 24 mins 13 secs and Maebh Fenton 4th in 24 mins 30 secs and Linda Grogan (Dundrum AC) 5th in 24 mins 36 secs. The Women’s Category prizes were won as follows: 1st over 35 Suzanne Shine Clonmel AC 26 mins 18 secs, 2nd over 35 Tracy Culleton Ballynonty AC 27 mins 16 secs, 1st over 40 Phil Ryan Ballynonty AC 26 mins 11 secs, 2nd over 40 Siobhan McHugh Clonmel AC 26 mins 32 secs, 1st over 45 Angela McCann Clonmel AC 27 mins 7 secs, 2nd over 45 Frances Long Moyne AC 32 mins 1 sec, 1st over 50 Anna Byrne Clonmel AC 28 mins 17 secs, 1st over 55 Bernie Hopkins Clonmel AC 33 mins 18 secs, 1st over 60 Ann Ryan Clonmel AC 42 mins 4 secs, 1st Junior Woman Louise Stack Portlaoise 24 mins 30 secs and Sorcha Moloney Ballyroan 24 mins 33 secs.

The Club would like to thank ETB for the use of their fine facilities at Colaiste Cheitinn as our race Headquarters and in particular to the caretaker, Noel Lonergan, for all his help. The Club would also like to thank the Gardai, the Civil Defence and the many Club stewards and officials who ensured that the whole event was a brilliant success.

 

Great Club performances in the MSD Be Well 4 Mile

The Club promoted a very successful MSD Be Well 4 Mile Road race on St Stephen’s Day with a record entry of 526 athletes. The conditions were ideal for running and far removed from the heavy rain in last year’s fixture. As such we were treated to very good performances by some of our 95 Club members despite the festive season and a great way to end 2016.

William Maunsell further underlined his potential when putting in a brilliant performance to finish 2nd in 19 mins 6 secs. At Sir Thomas’s bridge he was battling for 3rd place, 15m adrift of the leading duo. This didn’t deter him as he put in a brilliant effort over the last mile to reel in Brian Maher of Kilkenny City Harriers, last year’s winner, to finish 2nd in and in the process improved greatly on his 2014 performances of 19 mins 49 secs, brilliant running. Then we had Michael Carey also running very well when finishing 11th in 20 mins 39 secs with David Ryan finishing 2nd over 40 in 21 mins 54 secs, great to see David back running well again after the Dublin City Marathon. Joey Feery also ran very well when finishing 24th in 22 mins 18 secs improving greatly on his 2014 performances of 23:03. We also saw good performances from Jimmy Boland who was 28th in 22:51, Colm Ryan was 30th in 23:07, Nigel O Flaherty was 32nd in 23:07, Conor Fleming ran a great race when finishing 2nd man over 45 when 34th in 23:17 greatly improving on his 2009 performance of 23 mins 21 secs over this same route, Sean McCarthy was 37th in 23:37 greatly improving on his 2014 performances of 26:56, Anthony Bowen was 38th in 23:41, Billy Moloney was 40th in 23:47 and showed a big improvement on last year’s run of 24:12, Claire Annan also ran very well when finishing 2nd woman in 23:49, Colm McCarthy also ran very well when finishing 3rd Junior man in 24:11, Richard O Gorman was 1st over 50 in 24:29, Aidan Cremin 58th in 24:31, Corneilius McFadden was 2nd over 50 in 24:35 and improved on last year’s run of 24:48, Eddy O Donoghue was 64th in 24:38, Bernard Durand was 70th in 24:58, Aine Roche was 71st in 25:01, Niall O Ceallaigh was 87th in 25:33, Cyril Fogarty was 89th in 25:36 and improved on last year’s run of 25:52, Brendan Walshe was 92nd in 25:58, James O Brien was 97th in 26:04, James Denn 102nd in 26:13, Suzanne Shine was 1st over 35 when finishing 105th in 26:18, Siobhain McHugh was 2nd over 40 when finishing in 26:42, Vincent McHugh 113th in 26:42 and improved greatly on last year’s run of 27:32, Brian Long 114th in 26:47, Noel Gillman 116th in 26:51 and improved on his 2014 run of 27:01, Donal Ryan 118th in 26:53 and improved greatly on last year’s run of 28:55, John Laste 120th in 26:54 and improved on his 2014 run of 27:04, Tom Bourke 121st in 26:54, Angela McCann was 1st over 45 when finishing in 27:07, Billy Prout 127th in 27:15, Pat Coffey 130th in 27:18, Kenny Brett 132nd in 27:20 and greatly improved on last year’s run of 28: 05, Anthony Power 135th in 27:28 and greatly improved on last year’s run of 29:20, Michelle Doherty 141st in 27:41 and improved greatly on last year’s run of 29:30, Peter Kiely 144th in 27:52, Sean O Dea 151st in 28:12, Anna Byrne was 1st over 50 when finishing 154th in 28:17, Donal Casey 157th in 28:26, Eamonn English 158th in 28:27, Alan O Shea 160th in 28:29, Mark Corcoran 172nd in 28:52, Dan O Keeffe 178th in 29:01 and greatly improved on his 2014 run of 30:35, Emma Durand 188th in 29:21, Niall McCarthy 200th in 29:48, Niall Brannigan 203rd in 29:52, Pat Walsh 204th in 29:52, Noel O Neill 207th in 29:56, Brian Tyrell 214th in 30:06, Emmet Prendergast 218th in 30:12, Jimmy Lonergan 223rd in 30:18 and greatly improved on last year’s run of 30:49, Sinead Kennedy 232nd 30:43 and greatly improved on her 2014 run of 31:09, Caroline O Donoghue 243rd in 31:03, Julie Tideswell 249th in 31:21, Moya Whelan 251st in 31:29, Gary Morrison 263rd in 31:55, Mark Foley 269th in 32:21, Michael Egan 276th in 32:41, Philip Quigley 278th in 32:43, Bernie Hopkins was 1st over 55 when finishing 288th in 33:18, Siobhain Whelan 290th in 33:24, Eamonn Crowley was 1st over 65 when finishing 291st in 33:25, Marion O Neill 293rd in 33:34, Lizzie Ryan 298th in 33:43, Martin Hopkins 300th in 33:45, Donna Nagle 306th in 33:55, Aine Butler 308th in 33:56, Monica Lambe 319th in 34:16 and showed great improvement on her performance last year of 37:21, Aifric Byrne 320th in 34:18, Martina Crotty 321st in 34:18 and greatly improved on her performances last year of 37:42, Sarah Twomey 238th in 34:24, Claire Kinsella 333rd in 34:44, Josephine Brett 335th in 34:45 and greatly improved on last year’s run of 35:19, Graham O Regan 340th in 34:51, Myles McHugh won the over 70 award when running very well when finishing in 35:13, Claire Kerton 366th in 36:12, Aisling Cooney 368th in 36:14, Gillian Hughes 376th in 36:37, Cathy Mansfield 390th in 37:11 and improved greatly on her 2014 performances of 39:45 , Marie Laste 410th in 38:03, Denise Fleming 415th in 38:13, Breda Marnane 422nd in 38:34, Helen Gillman 428th in 39:04, Lena Griffin 430th in 39:09, Fionnuala Kennedy 436th in 40:05 and improved greatly on last year’s run of  40:31 , Claire Falvey 438th in 40:06, Eddie Prendergast 439th in 40:04, Patricia Kiely 457th in 40:39, Jacqui Walsh 459th in 40:48, Anne Ryan won the Ladies over 60 award when finishing in 42:04, Susan Laste was 470th in 42:44 and improved greatly on her 2014 performance of 44:29 and Pierce Purcell also ran very well when winning the men’s over 75 award in a great time of 53 mins.

The South Tipp Physios 500K Team Challenge – Brilliant success

The very successful South Tipp Physios 500K Team Challenge promoted by Clonmel Athletic Club finish with a flourish when a record entry competed in the last event of the Challenge, the MSD Be Well 4 mile road race on St Stephen’s Day. The Club would like to thank South Tipp Physio for sponsoring this unique event.

This Challenge has been a fantastic success and great credit must go to all the team members who set out last January on such a Challenge. This competition challenged the members of each team to run a combined 500 kilometres in 2016 in races ranging from 4k to Half Marathons. This Challenge consisted of 29 races spread over the full year and that in itself was appealing to many of the team members as they had never done such a Challenge like this before that is keep training and competing in a variety of races for a full year. Many of them found this a brilliant Challenge as they had something to aim for throughout the year and so it made their training all the more satisfying. At times the Challenged look daunting but the team spirit and the cajoling of the team Captains, texts and threats or treats combined very well to get the 27 teams over the finishing line. The Club would like to thank everyone who took part in the Challenge and hopefully it will give you the encouragement to continue training and participating in events for 2017. The final table of this Challenge is below and if you have any queries, please contact Niall at 086 1660888 and he will help you. We intend to have an Achiever’s Party later this month, watch this space for the details.

The South Tipp Physios 500K Challenge after 29 Races
Place Teams KMS
1 Legs & Co 753
2 Are We There Yet 746
3 Just 5 704
4 PINK DK Ladies 678
5 Run like the Winded 646
6 Slievenamon Abú 641
7 Dead Men Running 615
8 The Fit, the Fast & the Elderly 591
9 The Well Worn Runners 580
10 Happy Feet 563
11 Run for Wine 562
12 Bravehearts 560
13 Beep Beep 557
14 Fun Runners 552
15 The Runaways 550
16 Team Panthers 541
17 Tri Hard 534
18 Your Pace or Mine 528
19 Stewards 526
20 Runaway Mums 523
21 The Not so Famous 5 521
22 Gotta Run 517
23 Hill is a 4 letter word 517
24 The Runner Bandits 514
25 Agony of da Feet 510
26 High 5 509
27 Running Scared 502
28 Team Green 464
29 Niamh’s on da Run 448
30 Lightning McQueens 432
31 South Tipp Physio 425
32 The West and South 416
33 The Rippers 400
34 Bad Apples 385
35 The Pharmers 385
36 Team Blue 325
37 The Girls are Back 325
38 R I O T 257