Results of the Allihies 5 mile – Sat 21st Sept 2019

1 0:32:17 O SULLIVAN, Andrew Castletownbere 06:27.3 41
2 0:33:43 GLEESON, Kevin Castletownbere 06:44.5 78
3 0:34:09 O SULLIVAN, Darragh Cork 06:49.7 42
4 0:34:52 KELLY, Norman Eagle A.C. M40 06:58.3 88
5 0:34:53 SMITH, Raymond Kenmare A.C. M50 06:58.5 17
6 0:35:18 GEDEN, Matthew Kinsale M50 07:03.4 54
7 0:35:34 HANLEY, Aaron Bere Island 07:06.6 84
8 0:35:44 MURPHY, Conor Beara A.C. M40 07:08.6 101
9 0:36:15 MURPHY, Ben Bere Island M40 07:14.8 68
10 0:36:28 LIMRICK, Liam Rosscarbery Steam Runners A.C. M40 07:17.4 98
11 0:36:46 O SULLIVAN, Dee Beara A.C. F40 07:21.0 13
12 0:37:04 O SULLIVAN, Colm Clonakilty Road Runners A.C. M50 07:24.6 81
13 0:37:34 COLEMAN, Michael Bantry A.C. M40 07:30.6 50
14 0:38:00 O CONNOR, Rory Allihies 07:35.8 59
15 0:38:07 MURPHY, Nina Beara A.C. 07:37.2 89
16 0:38:19 HAYES, Willy St.Finbarr’s A.C. M60 07:39.6 90
17 0:38:30 DUNPHY, John Eagle A.C. M50 07:41.8 71
18 0:38:52 O SULLIVAN, Aine Allihies 07:46.2 45
19 0:39:16 ANDERSON, Helen Clonakilty Road Runners A.C. F40 07:51.0 43
20 0:39:51 KELLY, Sean Ballincollig MJ 07:58.0 95
21 0:40:02 O SHEA, Claire Coulagh 08:00.2 73
22 0:40:41 FENTON, Dave Castletownbere 08:08.0 33
23 0:40:43 WILSON, Michael Drimoleague M40 08:08.4 12
24 0:40:53 DUFETEL, Jocelyn Beara A.C. M40 08:10.4 5
25 0:41:06 HURLEY, Maria Bantry A.C. F50 08:13.0 80
26 0:41:15 O SULLIVAN, Breeda Beara A.C. F50 08:14.8 74
27 0:41:23 HARRINGTON, Anthony Clonakilty Road Runners A.C. M40 08:16.4 44
28 0:42:26 LEVIS, Sharon Skibbereen A.C. 08:29.0 47
29 0:43:12 COLLINS, Genevieve Castletownbere 08:38.2 32
30 0:43:20 COFFEE, Maria COBH 08:39.8 38
31 0:43:36 MURPHY, Joe Eagle A.C. M60 08:43.0 56
32 0:43:37 HURLEY, Patrick J Army A C M50 08:43.2 53
33 0:43:41 O DRISCOLL, David Beara A.C. M50 08:44.0 10
34 0:44:03 O HANLON, Will COBH M50 08:48.4 37
35 0:44:12 O SULLIVAN, Padraig Bantry A.C. M50 08:50.2 92
36 0:44:23 O CONNOR, Orla Allihies 08:52.4 60
37 0:44:26 O SHEA, John Beara A.C. M40 08:53.0 69
38 0:44:27 HENSEL, Alfred Kenmare A.C. M60 08:53.2 85
39 0:44:29 WALSH, John Road Runner Club M60 08:53.6 55
40 0:44:59 HURLEY, Carol Beara A.C. F40 08:59.6 3
41 0:45:00 O SHEA, Helen Coulagh 08:59.8 40
42 0:45:02 HARRINGTON, Claire Coulagh 09:00.2 39
43 0:45:03 O SULLIVAN, Suzanne Beara A.C. 09:00.4 4
44 0:45:03 O SULLIVAN, Jean DOUGLAS MEET & TRAIN F60 09:00.4 67
45 0:45:04 HARRINGTON, Angela Beara A.C. F50 09:00.6 9
46 0:45:09 O NEILL, Mags Beara A.C. F40 09:01.6 21
47 0:45:14 DOWNEY, Lorraine Beara A.C. F40 09:02.6 19
48 0:46:05 COLLINS, Laura Castletownbere 09:12.8 87
49 0:46:34 HUIS IN ‘T VELD, Elsie Bere Island 09:18.6 63
50 0:46:47 FALVEY, Mary Templenoe F50 09:21.2 28
51 0:47:34 O SULLIVAN, Aoife Clonakilty Road Runners A.C. FJ 09:30.6 82
52 0:48:06 O SULLIVAN, Fiona Beara A.C. F40 09:37.0 2
53 0:48:14 ROSALES HARRINGTON, Sinead Beara A.C. F40 09:38.6 25
54 0:48:33 YOUNG, Gavin Ballincollig MJ 09:42.4 22
55 0:48:52 YOUNG, Paul Ballincollig M40 09:46.2 23
56 0:49:02 HURLEY, Diarmuid Bantry A.C. M60 09:48.2 79
57 0:49:34 O SULLIVAN, Brigid Tuosist 09:54.6 29
58 0:49:37 NI CHARRA, Una Eyeries F50 09:55.2 48
59 0:49:46 DWYER, Mags Urhan F40 09:57.0 91
60 0:50:40 SOUNDY, Mary Kenmare A.C. F60 10:07.8 86
61 0:51:11 O SULLIVAN, Brian Eyeries M50 10:14.0 49
62 0:51:32 SHEEHAN, Rachel Allihies 10:18.2 52
63 0:51:34 O SULLIVAN, Breeda Beara A.C. F50 10:18.6 7
64 0:51:53 DENNISON, Jacinta Beara A.C. F50 10:22.4 34
65 0:52:27 HARRINGTON, Derek Bere Island 10:29.2 51
66 0:52:58 KELLY, Eimear Blessington F40 10:35.4 94
67 0:53:07 CROWLEY, Finola Beara A.C. F60+ 10:37.2 31
68 0:53:17 O SULLIVAN, Geraldine Beara A.C. F40 10:39.2 58
69 0:53:18 O SULLIVAN, Ciaran Beara A.C. M40 10:39.4 8
70 0:53:19 UI SHUILLEABHAIN, Rose Bantry A.C. F50 10:39.6 93
71 0:55:35 HARRINGTON, Anne Marie Beara A.C. F40 11:06.8 20
72 0:57:07 O SULLIVAN, Ber Clonakilty Road Runners A.C. F50 11:25.2 83
73 0:58:43 ELPHICK, Claire Beara A.C. F40 11:44.4 27
74 1:03:01 O SULLIVAN, Colleen Ahabrock F40 12:36.0 24
75 1:05:58 O DRISCOLL, Caroline Castletownbere F40 13:11.4 72
76 1:05:59 MCCARTHY, Grace Castletownbere F40 13:11.6 35
77 1:08:49 FORDE, Noel Castletownbere M50 13:45.5 36
78 1:12:56 SHEEHAN, Sheila Allihies F50 14:34.9 64
79 1:12:57 O BRIEN, Patsy Allihies F60 14:35.1 65
80 1:13:11 HARRINGTON, Ina Castletownbere F40 14:37.9 97
81 1:16:45 SHEEHAN, Tara Kilmaly AC 15:20.7 76
82 1:18:49 O NEILL, Noreen Castletownbere F50 15:45.5 14
83 1:23:47 O CONNOR, Sheila Allihies F60 16:45.1 61
84 1:24:51 MORTIMER, Andrea Allihies F60 16:57.9 66
85 1:24:52 FORDE, Jerry Blarney M60 16:58.1 96
86 1:24:52 O KEEFFE, Proinnsias Bere Island M50 16:58.1 11
87 1:32:35 SHEEHAN, Annie Cork 18:30.7 77
88 1:32:45 TERRY, Deirdre Allihies 18:32.7 70

Prize List.xls

Advertisements

Notice : Heart of Allihies 5 mile run – Sat 21st Sept 2019

The fifth Heart of Allihies 5 mile run is coming up on Saturday the 21st of September 2019 at 2:30pm

Allihies-5 mile-2019

 

It costs €10 to enter online or €12 on the day.

You can enter online here.. https://eventmaster.ie/event/4DKC4rFEe/KA3Id0i6

This year, the race is part of the new Beara AC 5 mile race series… https://www.beara5mileseries.com/

Beara-AC-5 mile-series-poster-2019

There is a special commemorative medal for anyone completing all three races…

Beara-AC-5 mile-series-medal-2019

More on the Allihies race….

Located on the Beara Peninsula in West Cork, this is one of the most scenic races in the county. Considering that Allihies is on the Wild Atlantic Way route, it would make a great location for a weekend away.

Wild Atlantic Way

Check out the promotional video below of the 2016 race for a flavour of what the course is like…

This 5 mile race is in one of the most outstanding parts of the country and located on the Wild Atlantic Way. It also makes for an ideal location for any club looking for an away trip and there is plenty of accommodation locally.

Allihies-Scenery

Notice : Heart of Allihies 5 mile run – Sat 23rd June 2018

The fourth Heart of Allihies 5 mile run is coming up on Saturday the 23rd of June 2018

2018-race-flyer

 

Located on the Beara Peninsula in West Cork, this is one of the most scenic races in the county. Considering that Allihies is on the Wild Atlantic Way route, it would make a great location for a weekend away.

Wild Atlantic Way

Check out the promotional video below of the 2016 race for a flavour of what the course is like…

The Entry fee is 10 euro. If you want to give us your details in advance then go to the Register page and fill in the form.

The course has been accurately measured by Jones Counter and the race has an Athletics Ireland permit.

The prizes will be given out as following…
Overall winners First Male and Female
Second Male and Female
First under 16 male and female
First over 30 male and female
First over 40 male and female
First over 50 male and female
First over 60 male and female

Most of the proceeds from the event will go towards the Caroline Foundation for Cancer Research.

This 5 mile race is in one of the most outstanding parts of the country and located on the Wild Atlantic Way. It also makes for an ideal location for any club looking for an away trip and there is plenty of accommodation locally.

Allihies-Scenery

Results of the 2017 Heart of Allihies 5 mile race… Sun 18th June 2017

2017-Advert-200pix-wideThanks to everyone who turned out for this year’s Heart of Allihies 5 mile road race.

Position Name Club Gun Time Division Bib #
1 Michael Harrington Durrus AC 29:23 SM
2 Ciaran Bouse Eagle AC 32:43 SM
4 Colm O’Sullivan Clonakilty 35:50 SM
3 Sorcha Kearney St finbarrs ac 35:28 SW 
11 Alice Coppinger Bantry AC 38:24 SW 
14 Maggie O’Shea Bantry 41:53 SW 

The full results can be seen here… https://allihies5mile.wordpress.com/results/2017-results/

Notice…Heart of Allihies 5 Mile Run – Sun 18th June 2017

The third Heart of Allihies 5 mile run is coming up on Sunday the 18th of June 2017

2017flyer

Located on the Beara Peninsula in West Cork, this is one of the most scenic races in the county. Check out the promotional video below of the 2016 race for a flavour of what it’s like…

The Entry fee is 10 euro. If you want to give us your details in advance then go to the Register page and fill in the form.

The course has been accurately measured by Jones Counter and the race has an Athletics Ireland permit.

The prizes will be given out as following…
Overall winners First Male and Female
Second Male and Female
First under 16 male and female
First over 30 male and female
First over 40 male and female
First over 50 male and female
First over 60 male and female

This 5 mile race is in one of the most outstanding parts of the country and located on the Wild Atlantic Way. It also makes for an ideal location for any club looking for an away trip and there is plenty of accommodation locally.

Allihies-Scenery

Results of the 2016 Allihies 5 mile race…Sat 25th June

Hello Everyone, hope you don’t ache too much after the race. We, the hall committee, would like to thank everyone that made our “Heart of Allihies 5 Mile Run” a great day and success this year. Thanks to all our runners and walkers that supported the event, our volunteers from the community, Allihies Mens Shed, our first aiders, The Mine Museum and of course our bakers for refreshment. A huge thanks to SUPERVALU for their sponsorship again this year. Spread the word for next year and see you in 2017.

1 Alan O Shea Bantry AC SM 27:42
2 Michael Harrington Bantry AC SM 28:46
3 Cillian O Tuama Leevale m30 29:02
5 Laoise Ni Thuama Allihies SW 34:29 …1st woman
7 Sorcha Kearney Douglas SW 35:38 …2nd woman
20 Lorraine O Sullivan St Finbarrs AC w30 39:48 …3rd woman

The full results can be seen here…

https://allihies5mile.wordpress.com/results/2016-results/

Notice…Heart of Allihies 5 Mile Run – Sat 25th June 2016

The second Heart of Allihies 5 mile run is coming up on Saturday the 25th of June 2016

2016flyer

Located on the Beara Peninsula in West Cork, this is one of the most scenic races in the county. Check out the video below for a flavour of what it’s like…

 

The Entry fee is 10 euro. If you want to give us your details in advance then go to the Register page and fill in the form.

The course has been accurately measured by Jones Counter and the race has an Athletics Ireland permit.

the prizes will be given out as following…
overall winners First Male and Female
Second Male and Female
First under 16 male and female
First over 30 male and female
First over 40 male and female
First over 50 male and female
First over 60 male and female