Club notes 16th January

County titles for Conor, John, Hazel and Bernard

It was great to see a return to Indoor Competition at County level. The County Senior and Master’s Indoor Championships took place last Sunday in Nenagh and it was a wonderful way to get the year off to a good start. Great credit must go to the County Board for organising it in a very safe environment and it was greatly appreciated by all the athletes.

The Club had four athletes competing and great to report that all of them competed well. The 1st event was the 3000m race and here Conor Fleming ran well over the 15 laps to win the over 55 title in mins secs. Then we had the 2K walk and here John Laste walked well when finishing strongly in a very good time of 9 mins 47.27 secs, augurs well as he heads for the National Championships in a fortnights time. Then we had Hazel Galloway running well in both the 60m and 200m when recording wins of 10.42 secs and 37.29 secs, respectively. Bernard Feery showed that he still has that quick turn of pace when registering two wins in the men’s over 55 800m and 1500m when crossing the line in 2 mins 47.57 secs and 5 mins 36.65 secs, respectively.

Tom Walsh 10K

This popular event took place last Sunday in ideal conditions in Caherconlish. Angela McCann ran very well when finishing 3rd woman in 37 mins 34 secs, showing good form at the start of the year.


Ballyhoura Mountains Moonlight 28k Challenge

This event took place in good conditions last Friday night and it was great to see Ciaran Doheny running so well when finishing 11th in a very good time of 2 hours 35 mins 29 secs. We also had Wojciech Ryzinski running well when finishing 149th in 4 hours 1 mins 32 secs.


Club membership and training for 2022

This is now due, and it can be submitted online at for both Juveniles and Seniors. The Juvenile fee is 25 Euros of which 15 euros cover registration and Insurance. The Senior fee of 50 euros of which 20 Euros covers registration and Insurance. The Club pays the entry fee for all its members for all the County and Munster Championships as well as the majority of the National Championships.

The Juvenile Club has resumed training at our track at the Dr Pat O Callaghan Sports Complex, Cashel Road, Clonmel on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5.45pm to 6.30 pm for ages 7 to 12 and the older Juveniles train on the same nights from 6.30 to 7.30pm. New members are always welcome.

The Adults FIT4Life train every Monday night from 7 to 8pm at the same venue while our Senior Adult group trains every Monday night at the track from 6.30 to 7.30pm and in Silversprings on Wednesday nights 6.30 to 7.30pm. New members are always welcome. For any queries on training please contact 086 1660888.