PLEASE NOTE ENTRIES MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED by 20th JANUARY 2017. AS A NEW ENTRY PROCESS IS IN PLACE, STRICTLY NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
CLICK HERE to download the Entry Form for the 27th Brooks Armagh International Road Races below, which will be held on The Mall, Armagh on Thursday February 16th 2017. The entries from schools and clubs will again be completed electronically and must be returned via e-mail.
CLICK HERE to read the race information sheet for further details on each race. Further information can also be found at www.armagh5k.com Continue reading
Date: Saturday 15th October 2016
Location: St Patrick’s Grammar School, Downpatrick
Time: Registration from 11am in School Park – entry via Saul Street. Race starts at 12noon.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or www.facebook.com/RedHighPFA for further information.
Last year we entered several teams and had a great day out. This year the club will select a Senior Men’s, Senior Ladies’ and a Masters Male team. Outside of this, I would ask that we organise teams amongst ourselves. I would ask individuals to take responsibility for organising a team of 4 and forwarding the details to Joe McCann email@example.com. When this is done, I will happily enter the teams online and the club will pay all registration fees. The closing date for entries is Friday 23 September. We will be putting up the gazebo and having some refreshments afterwards. See you all there for a great day of racing and hopefully we will bring home some trophies again this year.
Strangford 10K Full Results
Zac Hanna and Declan Rice at the Strangford 10K, which Zac won in a PB of 34:05.
Crossgar 10K Full Results
Wednesday 27th July saw the 9th running of the RGU 10k in Downpatrick, an event that is always very well supported by Newcastle AC. This year was no exception as 16 athletes toed the line on a testing but fair course over the rolling hills of the County Town. The race was won in emphatic style by Seamus Lynch in a time of 32.41, winning by just over 4 minutes from East Down’s Barrie Atkinson. The Prophet joked that Seamy was in a different Parish when he finished, which was actually true as the Prophet was still in Bright Parish by the time Lynch crossed the line. Continue reading