Back by popular demand our Couch to 5 km
Starts on February 4th at 7 pm
Cost is 60 euros for 6 weeks
Registration on first night’s training in the Banteer club rooms
Instructor led training
More information on their Facebook page
Millstreet Athletic Club AGM
will take place Thursday next 19th December at 7.30 p.m.
in the Millstreet Parish Centre
Thank you to everybody who supported the recent Christmas Jumper run/walk in aid of the Irish Cancer Society especially the Duggan family who allowed us entry into Drishane Estate.
It was a great day with over €900 raised for this good cause.
Couch to 5k
Starting in the Town Park
Monday 7th October @ 8 pm
Register on the night 7/10
€40 per person
Millstreet Athletic Club would like to thank everyone who supported our recent Willie Neenan Memorial 5 Mile Road Race held earlier this summer. The race is getting bigger and better each year.
Thank you for supporting your local athletic club.
Some lovely pictures below thanks to Geraldine.
There was a big crowd for the Willie Neenan Memorial 5 mile Road Race on Friday evening, where 212 runners completed the course. The men’s race was won by International runner Kevin Maunsell of Clonmel in a time of 25:30, while the ladies race was won by Carol Finn (whose mum is from here) in a time of 32:04. Congrats to all who took part, and to those that organised for Millstreet Athletic Club. Below are lots of photos and results from the evening.
2 Weeks to go!!!!
Will be hosting
the School Sports
on Monday 17th June
10:30am to 1:30pm
Last Wednesday evening May 29th 2019 saw the first Trail Race on Mushera. Organised by the Munster Mountain Running Association. 52 runners took part in what was an enjoyable race in foggy and windy conditions. Videos below was taken just above St.John’s Well. Photos, results etc are below:
Great Team work, Camaraderie & Community Spirit in evidence. pic.twitter.com/8Gk8orz8h8
— Mt. Hillary Athletic Club (@MtHillaryAC) May 30, 2019
4 Weeks to Go!!!
Irish Mountain Runners Association Millstreet was the true focal point for numerous energetic Athletes from 6:00 am until Sat. Night when no less that three highly regarded Mountain Races took place. The first group of Athletes were transported to Kealkil in West Cork where at 8am they began their journey to Millstreet. Gavin Byrne of Dublin was the first to reach the finishing flag just before 3pm. A second group were transported to Ballyvourney from where they set off for Millstreet. Official tracking was provided where one could follow on a special phone app at what stage the various participants were. And at 1pm a group of almost one hundred climbed Clara Mountain. Here we share some 24 images from what was a wonderfully sporting occasion in Millstreet. Splendid refreshments were provided in Millstreet GAA Community Hall. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Congratulations to Martina Kiely of Station Road, Millstreet on winning the All Ireland Masters Cross Country Championships in Louth on Sunday, and to Millstreet Community School pupils Caoimhe, Sarah, and Orla who were the third team at the South Munster Cross Country Championships on Friday. [read more …] “Millstreet Athletic Club”
Correction: The poster below should read “Saturday 9th February”, and not “Sunday 9th February” [read more …] “Clara Mountain Run”
Couch to 5k is starting Monday 4th February and will be held every Monday and Wednesday night 8pm in Millstreet Town Park for 8 weeks €40.
Millstreet Athletic Club AGM
will take place next Monday 21st January at 8.15pm
in the Millstreet Parish Centre.
The Irish Cancer Society wishes to thank everyone who supported the Christmas jumper run last Saturday. It was great turnout with over €600 raised.
A special thanks to the Duggan family who allowed access to Drishane Estate, a beautiful place and to Milltech, Aroma Cafe, Tom Corbett – TMC photography, and all the stewards.
Thanks so much 🤗
Having represented Dublin in the Final of Miss Ireland 2018 Maria created awareness for the Irish Cancer Society by running the Dublin Mini Marathon. After completing her Masters in UCC she joined Asset Management in Dublin. Thrilled to be selected as Miss Dublin she prepared to full capacity for the mini marathon:
“Being the current Miss Dublin in this years Miss Ireland was an amazing platform and being a finalist allowed me to be a major advocate of charities special to me. It gave me the wonderful opportunity to raise necessary funds for Irish Cancer Research . I am so grateful to all the wonderful people who donated so generously and as a result €5,623.00 was raised. A massive Thank You to all who did contribute and for helping me support such a deserving cause.”
Best of luck
to Beibhinn Moynihan, Eimer O’Leary and Caoimhe O’Leary
whom are running in the All Ireland Cross Country Championships
in Abbotstown, Dublin