Club Report – Sunday 30th September 2018

Wee bit later this week. Maybe I was too wrapped up in the Ryder Cup or maybe I just had to wait until the end of the Strictly results. Some things are just better left unspoken to be honest.

Doing the rounds of the parkruns were:

Valley parkrun:

Owen Fulton 26:49, Alan “too many questions” Erwin 26:51, Philip Fleck 27:15, Janine McNevison 27:42PB, Nikki Fleck 27:48, David Esler 28:15, Jackie McCreesh 29:07, Lee-Anne Hutchinson 30:09, Marie McFarlane 32:52, John Teer 33:49, Tracey Whittley 34:08, Fidelma McCoppin 34:13, Josi McKeating 35:01PB, Sharon Thompson 35:27, Patricia Kane 38:21, Rosalind Stitt 38:25, Deirdre McCann 41:01

Waterworks parkrun:

Robert Gould 22:18, Jim Hewitt 24:16

Victoria parkrun:

Lee ROTM O’Boyle, 17:37PB, Alan Ladd 18:01PB, Danny Donaldson 18:11PB, Tiffany Donaldson 29:14PB, Mairead O’Hare 31:45PB

PB full house! Well done guys.

Queens parkrun:

Maeve Kennedy 24:15PB

(Technically another full house!)

Antrim parkrun:

Susan Thompson 24:25, Tina Steele 27:31, Deborah Ewing 27:32, Elaine NY Kennedy 47:30

And ADav went to Orangefield 20:52

Waterworks junior parkrun:

Joseph Eager 9:40, Leo McAuley 9:55, Eloise McAuley 12:06

Jordanstown Junior parkrun:

Riley Kerr 11:44, Rhys Kerr 14:20PB

A crowd of our marathon runners headed off to Annaghmore to take part in their 18 mile event as part of their prep for Amsterdam and Dublin:

Joe Mathers 2:04:08, Neil Campbell 2:04:30, Alastair CHO Houldsworth 2:12:32, Kevin Donnelly 2:17:02, Laura Rose 2:19:07, Karen McKee 2:26:46, Sarah Ross 2:37:22, Suzanne Brennan 2:39:56, Sharon Dunn 2:40:43, James Guinn 2:42:59, Noel Bloomfield 2:53:23, Sam Hastings 2:56:38, Joanne Milne 2:57:11, Emily Dowling 2:59:45, Leeanne Skillen 3:09:28, Frances Kane 3:19:04

Jennifer Maguire took on the 5k distance, finishing in 32:21

Saturday also saw the Bangor 10k:

Mark Smith 34:40PB (and age category win), Andrew Kerr 56:13, Anna Seaward 57:02, Roisin McLaughlin 1:02:18

Same day, our vest in the west found yet another race in Tyrone, this time the Brockagh 5k, finishing in 24:19.

Then, this morning, it was Nuala’s latest Leg It Event, the Cavehill 5 mile trail race, a gentle dander around the castle – with some inclines:

Lee O’Boyle 38:06, Danny Donaldson 42:16, Ben Davidson 50:42, Sarah McCafferty 51:54, Pamela McCafferty 53:48, Tiffany Donaldson 1:00:03, David Esler 1:01:16

Further south, it was the Monaghan Phoenix Half Marathon:

Brian McDonald 1:55:44, Elaine Kennedy 3:29:54

Meanwhile, at the Great Scottish Run in Glasgow, Hilary Faith ran the 10k in 60:46.

I wanted this week’s song to celebrate today’s golfing victory. I thought about REM’s Radio Free Europe. I was determined not to play The Final Countdown by Europe. Then I saw Poulter dressed as a post box and I knew what I had to do. Enjoy.

Until next week, behave.