A quieter week this week as the hill headers and mudsuckers both took a week off. Unless you’re a junior. They don’t feel the cold like the rest of us. I know its cold when my teeth start chattering. And they’re still in the glass beside the bed.
Taking on the parkruns this week were:
Patrick Hughes 23:54PB, Yasmin Lynn 28:43, Neill McGlinchey 29:04, Stephen Weir 32:14, Frances Kane 32:46, Roseann McGeown 33:18
Ramunas Stanevicius 18:38PB (and 3rd place overall), Claire McCann 27:32, Galina Stanevicius 27:42, Nikki Fleck 28:34, Philip Fleck 30:19
Joseph Eager 25:16, Maeve Kennedy 25:24
Dermot Boyd 30:06PB
David Esler 25:55, Anita Piatek 46:54
Alan Kerr 24:49
Elaine Kennedy 42:39
Our resident Kiwi, Sarah Ross, completed the NZ Dunedin parkrun in 26:18.
And ADav was at the Valley 23:58
Waterworks junior parkrun:
Joseph Eager 9:23, Hollie Brennan 14:10PB
Jordanstown junior parkrun:
Riley Kerr 11:11, Rhys Kerr 14:25
Our juniors were once again showing up the oldies this week. This time it was at the NI & Ulster XC Championships:
Hannah Chestnutt 5:52
Jill Chestnutt 6:38
Peter Fleming 4:43 (and 4th place), Oran McKee 5:44, Joe Eager 5:47
Tom Fleming 10:16
Newbie Jay Scott competed in the EAMS Dublin B2B half marathon yesterday, finishing in 2:10:08PB.
The big running event of the week was, of course, the Dublin marathon. The Harriers had 8 brave souls taking on the half decent Autumnal conditions:
Joe Mathers 3:04:54, Stephen Gallagher 3:11:04, Alan Erwin 3:27:06PB, Patricia Curistan 3:39:42, Jonny Smith 4:03:17, Angela Stevens 4:28:48, Danny Donaldson 5:07:27, Tiffany Donaldson 6:14:05
So, this week’s song/singer is for our very own Dub runners. It’d from the best band out of Dublin since Power of Dreams. Sorry Bono.
Until next week, behave.