Clive Clancy of Carrick-on-Shannon AC had a runaway win in the third Lough Rynn 10K Roadrace which was held in dry, cold and breezy conditions on Good Friday evening.
The event which was organised by Leitrim Sports Partnership under AAI rules drew a field of over a hundred and thirty competitors to the Mohill venue. There was a high standard of organisation with the event running off without any difficulties at what has proved to be a very suitable venue.
1 Clive Clancy (Carrick on Shannon) 34.53, 2 Stephen Flynn (Mohill) 37.21, 3 Peter Gaffey (Mohill) 37.46, Over 40: 1 Peter Logan (Mohill) 44.54, 2 Barry O’Flynn 46.14, 3 Paul Guckian 46.26, Over 50: 1 Chris Callaghan (Carrick) 42.31, 2 John Muldowney (Bornacoola) 44.42, 3 Ger Doherty 45.10, Over 60: 1 Thomas Archbold 49.27, 2 Martin McEnerney 56.33, 3 Pat Bardon 59.49
1 Sara Quigley (Longford) 45.24, 2 Tara McCabe (Cloone) 46.05, 3 Sinead Ni Thiarnain (Arva), 47.35; Over 40: 1 Susan O’Beirne (Mohill) 51.23, 2 Ann Macklin (Mohill) 52.31, 3 Sheila O’Connor (Arva) 52.55; Over 50: 1 Mary O’Reilly (Moyne) 50.46, 2 Breda Walsh 52.25, 3 Brenda Murphy 55.32; Over 60: 1 Catherine Magaheran (Arva) 61.58
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