Club Race Report – 15th May 2022
Track session on Wednesday and Sealstown run on Thursday. Ever get the feeling the coaches are trying to kill us? Won’t help numbers for the club championship! (Get yourselves signed up by the way). I get paid every time I plug it so expect a lot of this..
Taking on the parkruns this week were:
Elijah Cushley 20:29PB and 3rd finisher, Joe Mathers 24:00, ADav 24:11, David Esler 26:25, Sinead ROTM O’Hare 26:49, Paul Skillen 26:52, Karen McKee 26:52, Clare Teer 28:11, Neill McGlinchey 30:59, Marie McBrien 32:25, Roisin Brooks 32:55, Joanne Milne 33:38, John Teer 38:37, Martin McCready 59:59
Emily Murphy 21:42PB, Stephen Murphy 23:38PB, Maeve Dunseath 26:47
Adam McCann 19:19, Neil McCready 25:07
Bernie McAllister 28:43
Ormeau Park parkrun:
Maeve Kennedy 24:25PB, Stephen Semple 24:33
Elaine Kennedy 29:00
Johnny Carey 23:35
Colin Glen parkrun:
Anton Piatek 28:43
Robbie Gould 21:07, Robert Gould 22:36, Craig Goodall 25:59, Riley Kerr 31:27PB
Jordanstown junior parkrun:
Elijah Cushley 7:27PB and second finisher, Kayden McClelland 9:17, Kobe McClelland 9:50, Riley Kerr 11:29, Matthew Hawkins 11:31, Rhys Kerr 15:29
And well done Elijah on your weekend parkrun PB double!
Waterworks junior parkrun:
Emily Murphy 7:56PB and third finisher, Eloise “media star” McAuley 8:23, Leo McAuley 8:32, Sinead ROTM O’Hare 9:01PB
And Leo’s 150th junior parkrun!
Bernie was nearly our parkrun tourist of the week (is Enniskillen foreign?) but thankfully I was saved, not for the first time, by Dermot Boyd. Dermot completed the Amsterdamse Bos parkrun in the Netherlands in 31:22. This parkrun, as our more cultured Harriers (both of them) may have guessed is in Amsterdam. It takes place in the Amsterdamse Bos park. Did you know it is three times the size of Central park in New York? Do you care? Fine.
Let’s hope Dermot enjoyed his time in Amsterdam and was able to see the sights and do the usual touristy things. I meant museums and pushbikes, people. Get your minds out of the gutter. Honestly!
The only other racing for the Harriers this week was at the first race of the Woodburn Forest Series. Elaine Kennedy finished in 28:15 with a wee course PB to boot.
So this week’s tune is for Dermot. Mainly because, y’know, it’s Dermot. But also because his Amsterdam trip gives me another chance to play this classic. David will probably hate this one.
Until next week, behave.