Meeting will take place at 9.30pm to 10.30pm in Craughwell Community Centre on Thursday 9th March. Draft agenda as follows:
Michael Tobin, 5 March 2006 Bleary eyed, I slowly awoke on the morning of the Ballycotton 10. All my preparations had gone to plan. A good night’s sleep; an easy week running – just 3 easy miles and 1 circuit training session; a little light on the mileage for the preceding 3 or 4 weeks as I tried to work around a dodgy left calf muscle, a badly blistered left foot and a head cold.
Community Games Cross-Country Trials are being held in Craughwell on Sunday 12th Mar at 4pm for all club members and children involved in Community Games.
For the athletes in Craughwell training sessions who qualified for National Indoor Finals, training times/venues are as follows for next few weeks. Please try to attend as many sessions as possible to get the best preparation.
Sunday, 5th of March 2006. Ballycotton 10-mile Road race is one of the premier road races in the country, this year attracting over 4300 entries. The race is one of the longest running races in Ireland. Yesterday on a cold breezy day, Craughwell posted a very creditible performance with two runners in the top 100. The male race was won in by high flying Raheny Shamrock athlete Vinny Mulvey, the same man who won the inter-clubs cross country last weekend. His time of 49:03 was a…