Club Race Report – 10th April 2022

Another busy week for the Harriers with everyone involved in distances from 5k races to 20 mile long runs. Plenty of PBs, some near misses, injuries and achievements. Sure, where else would you get it?

Taking on 9 different parkruns this week were:

Valley parkrun:

Ramunas Stanevicius 23:08, Sinead O’Hare 26:24PB, ADav 26:25, Joe Mathers 26:46, Lord Ian Brennan 26:47, Joanne Milne 29:11, Cathy Ryan 29:52, Neill McGlinchey 30:34, Marie McBrien 31:58, Michael Whittley 32:00, Martin McCready 57:51

Well done Sinead on yet another PB and congrats to Michael on completing his first parkrun. And only 2 years after he registered. We look forward to his next one in early 2024.

Waterworks parkrun:

Jim Hewitt 25:57, Maili Skillen 32:24, Claire McCann 33:09

Victoria parkrun:

Adam McCann 18:33

ECOS parkrun:

Anton Piatek 24:24

MUSA Cookstown parkrun:

Aidy Hughes 25:22

Ormeau parkrun:

Robbie Gould 20:01, Robert Gould 21:39

Antrim parkrun:

Stephen Armour 20:33, Maeve Kennedy 27:47, Stephen Semple 27:48

And big congrats to Maeve on completing her 200th parkrun!

Carrickfergus parkrun:

Elijah Cushley 20:22PB

Sixmilewater parkrun:

Tom Fleming 17:09

Jordanstown junior parkrun:

Elijah Cushley 7:44PB (a weekend PB double), Sinead O’Hare 9:10, Matthew Hawkins 9:51PB

Waterworks junior parkrun:

Eloise McAuley 8:36 (and 3rd finisher), Kayden McClelland 8:45PB, Kobe McClelland 8:59PB, Leo McAuley 10:27, Jessie Smith 12:02, Lexi Smith 14:52

Mid-week racing again this week with the Queens 5k on Wednesday night:

Tom Fleming 16:46, Kevin Donnelly 17:39PB, Alan Erwin 17:58PB, Adan McCann 18:09, Patrick Shields 19:36, Stephen Gallagher 19:55, Emily Murphy 22:31, Lord Ian Brennan 22:35PB, Stephen Murphy 22:40, Sinead O’Hare 25:47, Aidy Hughes 25:49, Roisin Brooks 30:15

This weekend, our regular racing tourists, Alan and Dermot, were at it again, this time at the Born2Run Glenarm Castle Challenge events.

Dermot Boyd completed the 10k in 1:09:35 and Alan Kerr completed the half marathon distance in 2:20:29.

So this week’s tune is for all those who took part at the Queens 5k on Wednesday. You’ll now be expected to go at that pace every time!

Until next week, behave.