A big THANK YOU from all at Duhallow Athletic Club who helped raise €4,800 for local organisations from our Road Race series we are truly grateful of all the local support to our club.
Millstreet Athletic Club
are staring a
‘couch to 5km’ training session
on Monday and Thursday evenings @ 8pm
meeting at Millstreet Town Park
All welcome. Come join the fun!
Eight sessions with a qualified instructor, nutrition workshop and entry into the Rebel Run
The closest one starts in Banteer Community Centre Thursday 7th of September 8PM.
To book your place, to see all locations, or too see further details, go to: CorkSports.ie
Very successful 5km road race in Castlemagner, we had 115 runners.
Thanks to everyone who participated.
1st male Eoin Sugrue
1st female Michelle & Carol Finn
1st juneville Aaron O Keeffe.
Hopefully see everyone again next month in Lombardstown.
Race 4 of 6: 2017 Duhallow AC Road Race Series
Thursday 20th of July
Race Start at 8PM.
This is a 5k race in aid of the Castlemagner running track.
€10 – Adult
€5 – Juvenile (Under 17)
€20 – Family
Millstreet Athletic Club wish to thank all who supported their recent road race. Thanks to all the runners, walkers, Gardaí, stewards, road marshals and our sponsors.
We look forward to welcoming you back in 2018. (350+ pictures below by Geraldine Dennehy)
All roads lead to Tipperary on Sunday
Wishing the very best of luck to
Caoimhe O’Leary of Millstreet AC
who is taking part in GU17 3000m
in Tullamore this Sunday
having finished 2nd in the Munsters.
Good luck Caoimhe👍
In 2006, Fr. Paddy O Byrne was inducted into the Nebraska High School Hall of Fame Inductees.
Coach: Father Pat’s track and field expertise and enthusiasm brought outstanding success in the sport to Hastings St. Cecilia (1968-77), where his girls teams won five state and district championships, and Wahoo Neumann (1978-98) where his teams won three state championships in girls cross country, two state titles in boys cross country and two state championships in girls track. A native of Ireland, he once was the Irish national champion in the 440 and since coming to Nebraska, has served as a Catholic priest in Hastings, Colon/Cedar Bluffs and Plattsmouth. His track interests brought national acclaim, as he was USA team manager for several international meets, including the World Championships, Friendship Games in Moscow and the Russia/United States duals. He’s spent a lifetime serving youth track and field in the state and nationally. Ordained in Dublin, Ireland. Degree: Kearney State.
Only 3 days to go!
The Annual School Sports
Millstreet Town Park
Monday 26th June
10.30am – 2pm
Another very successful run in our road race series in Lyre..138 attended..and we raised 713 euros for Lyre Playground..thanks to everyone who attended from all at Duhallow Athletic Club.
Duhallow Athletic Club handed over €520 to Knocknagree Ladies Football Club from their Road Race series.
All are invited to Run, Walk, or Jog to support your local communities.
€600 was raised for Banteer Creche at the first race !!
Do you want to get fit and in shape for the Summer?
Millstreet Athletic Club
are holding training sessions
every Thursday night in Millstreet Town Park at 8pm
for beginners and anybody wishing to take up running as a hobby and get fit.
Its the cheapest sport around. All you need is €25 to join the club and a pair of runners.
Juvenile training takes place on Saturdays at 10:30 in Millstreet Town Park
Lets get moving!!
Proceeds of €600 from first Duhallow road race series being handed over for the Banteer Creche.
Millstreet Athletic Club Juvenile Training takes place on Tuesdays 7-8pm in Millstreet GAA Hall Starting today €2 per child
Millstreet Athletic Club
is holding a registration night
tonight in Millstreet GAA Hall
If you want to get fit, let us help you
Hope to see you there
On Saturday 11th February 2017, mountain runners from around Ireland will arrive in Kealkil for the very first running of the Slí Gaeltacht Mhúscraí Ultra Trail Race. The race will follow the route Beara-Breifne Way for 70km, and that evening finish at West End in Millstreet.
The race is a fully way-marked trail that covers just over 70km of this route (with approx. 2000m climb), running along the Beara-Breifne Way between Kealkill and Millstreet. Runners will cross the Sheehy and Derrynasaggart mountain ranges over a variety of tough open mountain terrain, forest trails and quiet country roads.
Full information on the race is on the Slí Gaeltacht Mhúscraí Page
The last section (from Ballyvourney to Millstreet) after they have already run 47km is described here:
“Stage 4: Ballyvourney to Millstreet 23.4km, 780m climb
The final stretch of the Slí climbs steadily out of Ballyvourney and up into the Derrynasaggart mountains, skirting Mullaghanish with its 220m high transmitter (the 4th tallest structure in Ireland). Here the Slí is [read more …] “Slí Gaeltacht Mhúscraí (Muskerry Gaeltacht Way) Ultra Trail Race”