GCH Club Challenge 2014 Results (Event 13, Round 2)

  • Posted on: 11 November 2014
  • By: GCH Web


The second day of the Connacht cross country held in Westport House last Sunday. The venue was superb for a more traditional cross country course with lots of hills and muck. The heavy passing showers made underfoot conditions difficult and several GCH participants fell during the races but everybody finished.

With the results now in, there have been some small but significant changes at the top of the leaderboards in both the men's and women's events.

October Round up of Results

  • Posted on: 28 October 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

October Round up of Results

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NUIG 8k

Gary Thornton took the mens title in 25:01 while Alvy Carragher of GCH took the top women’s result in 31:09. Grainne Ni Uallachain (GCH) in her build up to DCM came second in 31:25 while the ever smiling Emer O’Leary was 3rd having just come back from injury in 32:09.

Connaught (Western Region) Cross Country Details

  • Posted on: 23 October 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

Day 1 in Bushfield, Loughrea on Sunday 2nd November
Day 2 in Westport House, Westport, Co Mayo on Sunday, 9th November

Race distances for both days
Senior, novice and master women 4K
Senior, novice and master men 8k

Entries for both need to be sent to me before next Thursday October 23rd.
Please indicate whether you are taking part in Senior, Novice or Master.

Races start on both days at 1pm with juvenile races followed immediately by the adults.

Galway County XC - Juvenile Results Day 1 & 2

  • Posted on: 14 October 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

Great performances all round for the GCH Girls and Boys Categories in the Galway County Cross Country.

Results attached

Photo's from the two days can be found be the links below
http://www.galwaycityharriers.com/albums/county-juvenile-cross-country-l...
http://www.galwaycityharriers.com/albums/county-juvenile-cross-country-t...

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Conamara 10K Race & Festival

  • Posted on: 24 September 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

The Conamara 10k promises to be one of the most scenic road races in Ireland, starting in Carna village, crossing the islands of Roisín an Chaladh and Muighnis, before reaching the turnaround point at Muighnis graveyard and heading back to Carna.

As well as being a stunningly beautiful route, the coastal run is flat and ideal for PBs. The race, organised by the Conamara club, TríSpórt, will be chip-timed and refreshments will be provided afterwards in Carna Bay Hotel.

The Conamara 10k will be open to runners, joggers and walkers. There will also be a number of fun runs for children.

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