*Race Information* – Race Numbers and chips can be collected from pre-registered section in clubhouse from 10am on Saturday morning. – There is parking available at pitch, but it is limited so please try and get there early and car pool where ever possible. – Changing room and showers after race available. – Refreshments will
News of the newly revamped, previously known as Mayo AC Road League, will be online shortly, with the aim this year to help all runners improve throughout the series, from beginners to elites and what better way to start but in the first race of the series, the Kilmovee 10km. We are delighted we’ve been
We are delighted to announce that none other than 32 marathons in 32 days and 10 Ironmans in 10 days, Gerry Duffy, will be running this years Kilmovee 10k… Are you ready for the challenge? An endurance athlete, a writer and a professional speaker in a wide variety of corporate environments’ Gerry has addressed such companies
Michael taught in Melview NS Co. Longford for a number of years before becoming Camp Coordinator with Let’s Go Summer Schools, a role in which he touched the lives of many Teachers, parents and children. He was much appreciated as a Substitute Teacher in Schools throughout Mayo, Roscommon and Longford. He was loved equally by Pupils, Parents and
Holy Saturday saw the 4th annual Kilmovee 10K have its biggest field to date (over 400 runners and walkers). The winner was Con Marshall from Cork, winning the race in 34:47. 2nd place, Aidan Callaghan (Letterkenny) 35:02. 3rd John Mannion (Roscommon) 35:24. First female, Mary Gleeson 37:54 Mayo AC. 2nd Paula Prendergast Mayo AC 39:23.
Conditions were good for the 3rd Annual Kilmovee 10k on Saturday afternoon. There was a record turnout of runners and walkers – 406 finishers. John Roddy and his community team put on an excellently organised race – the first in the 2012 Mayo AC C&C Cellular Road League. Race winner Martin Conroy (Ballina AC) led
Conditions were good for the second Annual Kilmovee 10k last Saturday afternoon. Some said it was very hot, but nobody among the record turnout of runners and walkers -335 finishers- were really complaining. There were entries from 16 counties and from the UK. John Roddy and his community team at Kilmovee Shamrocks put on an excellently organised race with the