Friday, 27 September 2013


The big one this weekend is the Berlin Marathon and we want to wish our very own Neilus Aherne the very best of luck. Neilus is number 3642 and has put in the hard work so hopefully he will get the great one he deserves. As he is one of the most popular and longest serving athletes in the club I am sure  all the club wish him well.
Likewise another very popular club athlete who has also put in the hard work is  Francis Maunsell who will be making his international debut in Berlin and we wish Francis the very best also. Hopefully I will be reporting back with good news on Sunday.

RESULT. Just in from Berlin has Neilus Aherne doing 3.08 which is superb running.Francis also had a good one 3.23 but is a bit disappointed He went out with the pacers and was 2 mins up at the halfway but ran into trouble around 16 with cramp and had to run /walk till the end.So a great time considering his difficulties.Well done to both of ye lads. 

SMRC Urban Run 10km in Limerick.
Matt Chojan ran here today Still waiting for official results, according to his watch:
40min:16sec a PB for 10k in his first Road race in months Well done Matt

Anyone else racing at the weekend please let me know 


Thursday, 26 September 2013


Midleton AC has a hardworking and dedicated committee, but many of you 
may be unaware of the committee members and their roles.  
Here is a list of the current committee following the AGM on Wednesday.

Jim McMurtry President
Noel O’Regan Men’s Captain
Sally Drennan Ladies’ Captain
Kevin Smith Men’s Vice Captain
Anna Doris Ladies’ Vice Captain & Clothing Officer
Danny McCarthy Registrar & PRO
Sinead Buckley Treasurer
Margaret Twohig Secretary
Claire Fitzgerald Clothing Officer
Fergal O’Meara Social Co-ordinator
Colette Barry Social Co-ordinator
Mike Dolphin Social Co-ordinator
John Cashman
Edmond O’Sullivan
Helen Gilroy
Mick Murphy
Peter Gunning
Bernie Twomey

A huge vote of thanks must go to outgoing club captain Edmond O'Sullivan 
for all his work during the past two years.  He has been an incredibly 
enthusiastic, dedicated and fair club captain.  Many thanks also to Kevin 
Smith for doing a great job as Treasurer.  It has been an enormous task 
which he has carried out flawlessly. 

We welcome Noel O'Regan as our new men's captain and SinĂ©ad Buckley 
as our new Treasurer.

Sally Drennan
21:38 (2 hours ago

Helen Gilroy was also appointed as Senior Section Rep. to the County Board and along with Danny Mc Carthy Rep. to the East Cork Board also. 

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Important Date For Your Diary NOW


Entries opening online Oct 1st at 11am. The race is Jan 26th.
The entries for this race filled up very quickly last year so don't say you have not been warned


Tuesday, 24 September 2013

 Orders for club squad (half zip) tops and hoodies 

Hi all,
I will be placing an order for club squad (half zip) tops and hoodies at the end of this week.
Please let me know if you wish to order one, and your size.  They are €30 (subsidised) each.  You can either email me at this email address or text me on the club phone 086-1931338.
Anna Doris

Pre entry 10 Euro and entry on the day 20 Euro but no guarantee of a t shirt


Monday, 23 September 2013


After a very successful first cross country outing of the season we are now looking forward to the next one.

The Cork County Novice Cross Country Championships takes place on Sunday, October 6th in Carrignavar at 12.00 pm.  Entries for this and all subsequent cross country competitions have to be made in advance.  The closing date for the above is 1 October, but I would like to prepare the entry form as soon as I can.  If you would like to enter in the county novice please let me know as soon as possible.  If you have any questions, please contact me.

Sally Drennan, email -
tel. 087 2265857, 021 4883960

Friday, 20 September 2013

Weekend Runaround

Gold For the Men and Double Gold For the Ladies

The East Cork Cross Country Championships for Novice and Masters took place in Youghal today. There was a fantastic turnout from all the Clubs in the division and I really have not seen as many taking part in many the year . We had a great turn out from the club and we proved worthy winners in both ladies and mens novice races.
In the men's we got 1st Novice Team with  21 points Youghal 2nd with 42 point and Carrignavar 3rd 64 points Shea Coffee 3rd , Rod Scanlon 4th Paul Spiteri 5th ,Sean O’Sullivan 9th. Shea would have got an individual bronze medal as well as the gold. Billy O’Sullivan and Matt Chojan also had fine runs.
Michelle Kenny won the ladies race running as a guest as she is no longer eligible to run novice.She was followed home by Karen Grant then came Sheila Buckley closely follow by Helen Gilroy and Sally Drennan. Helen also got 1st O/45 and Sally got 2nd O/45. 
A big well done to Joan Hough who came 3rd O/45 as there was no O/55 which if there was she would have easily won Maggie Chojan  made up the rest of the crew.
This means that our ladies won 1st Novice Team and 1st Masters Team
There was some superb running out there today and it’s a long time since we took gold in both sections. It shows the Sat. morning training is starting to pay off and as this was the first time for many of our athletes running cross country it is a great result. Cross country is very different from the track or the road and has its own skills and lessons to be learned and our crew are off to a great start. Roll on Carrig Na Fhear on the 6th Oct.

Remember training is on every Sat. morning at 9 in Curragh Woods and all levels are welcome.

Beginners Welcome 

Please remind anyone you know that we are now open for beginner members to join.We only take beginners during the month of Sept. and October so please don't be waiting until the new year to join .
Of course we are open to new members all year round.

Charleville Half Marathon

All reports in from Charleville so far express disappointment with the times done.We had a fair number of runners taking part but seemingly it was very hot there and this took its toll. Anyone that is happy with their times please let us know and we will be happy to post them.

Best of luck to everyone competing this weekend.To date we have several athletes going in Charleville Half Marathon.Remember you cannot enter on Sunday so do it today or tomorrow at the latest. Online entry available.
Also to those doing the East Cork Cross Country Championships (see post below) in Youghal on Sunday and here you can still enter on the day.So this is your chance to try out cross country in the rather nice weather we are having at present over a rather easy course.
Track Training Available

As a club we are continuously reviewing ways to improve.  Some club members are interested in having a 400m track available for training, so we have looked into some options.  The track at the Mardyke is looking like a viable option.  The club has decided to pay for one session a week, initially on a trial basis, for one month.  If enough people are interested, the cost should not be prohibitive.
We are therefore looking to hear from members who may be interested in going to the Mardyke track once a week on a Monday night.  There are two slots available - either 6pm-7pm or 7pm-8pm.  The 6pm-7pm slot may suit people who work in the city.
The cost per member for the trial month would be the usual training fee of €2.  The session will be in place of the speed session at Midleton College, for those that are definitely interested.  The session in Midleton College hockey pitch will continue during the winter months as usual for those not availing of the session at the Mardyke – the start date for both venues will be announced in due course.
Please let me know if you have a strong interest in the Mardyke, or if you have any queries.  Also please let me know if you have a preference for either time slot, and if so, if the other time slot would not suit at all.  We will take this into consideration when choosing which slot to book.
As this session will be open to all levels, please also let me know if you would be willing to be a training leader at one of these sessions.  All it would entail is pacing the laps for your group.  We would probably set a session at the beginning of each session, and all groups would do the same session, at different speeds.
You can either reply to this email at or text/ring me on the club phone at 086-1931338.
Best regards,
Anna Doris

Thursday, 19 September 2013

East Cork Novice and Masters Cross Country

This event takes place this Sunday, 22 September at the Youghal GAA club.  Approximate start time is 1.00 pm.  I would recommend arriving by 12.00 pm.  There is no need to enter in advance, but if you plan to run I would appreciate getting your name in advance so that I  can give in a list on the day   Also, could you let me know your age category if over 40 (men) or over 35 (women).

If you have ever considered running a cross country race this is a good introduction.  Come along and give it a go.  We hope to have men's and women's teams this year.

 Take the Youghal By-pass (ring road). At the top of the hill turn left and go over the fly-over. Continue straight ahead (heading towards the town centre), passing the
Community School on the left and continue about half way down the hill till you come to a petrol station. At the cross-road turn right and follow the signs for Youghal GAA club.
Park the car there and the entrance to the course is up beyond the GAA pitch.

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Charleville International Half Marathon 
This race takes place this Sunday 22nd September.  We are offering club members a 20% off promotion – please enter the code Club20 when registering on line.

 Best and Fastest Half-Marathon Course
This years price includes the cost of Race t-shirt which will be a Long Sleeve Technical T-Shirt.
It also includes the cost of Road Closures which are pending approval from both Cork and Limerick County Councils.
North Cork AC provides an emphasis on Quality above and beyond that which can be found in most events.
It is the only Internationally recognised stand alone Half-Marathon in Ireland
Accredited by AIMS – The Association of International Marathons and Distance Races

- Best facilities
- Best timing
- Best prizes
- Best refreshments
- Best standard of competition
- Best pacemaking
- Best value for money

Monday, 16 September 2013


Our annual Open Night takes place next Wednesday from 7pm -8pm and all are welcome. It is  mainly an occasion to welcome beginners and also introduce some new members by giving some  information on the club but  it is also a great time to catch up with current and past members over a cuppa and a biscuit. 
People can register on the night if they wish and club gear  (subsidized of course) will be for sale also.
There will be no big long speeches just a short introduction to the various trainers and the introduction of some club officials. It is usually a very nice fun night so do please come along and if you need to bring the kids they will be made welcome too. Please pass on this information to anyone you think might be interested.


Sunday, 15 September 2013

Ladies Mini Marathon

Superb Run By Michelle Kenny

Over 10,000 runners took part in today's Mini Marathon raising over two million for local charities.The race was won in fine style by Lizzie Lee who also won last year and is in her wind down for the Berlin Marathon next weekend.
Our first lady home was Michelle Kenny who finished 6th overall with a superb run of 24.05. Michelle who has just finished a great track season under the diligent guidance of trainer Pat Walsh managed today to leave several of her track rivals standing. This was the highest finish for the club in some time .So very well done Michelle.

Several other runners from the club took part. I am sorry but far to many for me to mention in case I would be leaving anyone out.Well done all. It appears though that not as many members as usual took part.
 It looks also that the organizers have improved things a lot for this race by making a special Athletes Entrance where I was and it seemed to work much smoother than other years ( I am open to correction ). Avoiding the chaos of other years by giving the athletes a blue dot on their number which allowed them in the Athlete's Entrance.


Saturday, 14 September 2013

Ladies Mini Marathon

Wishing the very best of luck to all our ladies ( and men ???) who are doing the Mini Marathon in Cork tomorrow. Full details here  .For those of you racing it remember the course is usually slightly less than 4 miles so you can go that little bit faster. It usually is a fantastic event and great fun .Well worth supporting.


Friday, 13 September 2013

Pilates course - Ballintotis Hall 
6 weeks 75 euro, Midleton AC members 60 euro
Tuesday 24th 7:30
Instructed by Matt Chojan, Stott Pilates Certified Instructor, Physiotherapist, Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer

Info about this course for Midleton AC members
This course will help you to:
- develop a strong core, 
- run with the pelvis in a level plane (no anterior or posterior tilt), 
- avoid dropping a hip on one side, 
- keep the shoulders over the hips, 
- open the chest muscles for maximum breathing, 
- avoid lifting the shoulders, 
- work on good alignment in the knee, ankle and foot

Thank You very much, 
 Matt Chojan

Thursday, 12 September 2013

St Nicholas AC Coolagown 5km

                                                     Tonight saw the welcome return of the Coolagown 5Km the first since 2005 which seems unbelivable but the facts are in the results.Old results were displayed courtesy of Denis Mc Carthy and what might be of interest to many members is that in former years Eileen Kenny (Michelle's Mam) was one of the major prizewinners.
                                               But enough history lets get back to tonight.There were some great runs  Paul Spiteri who is having a superb season came home in 18.48 which believe me on this course is some running and getting a 20 sec PB. Then Paul was followed home by John Cashman the Ballintotis Rocket running the best he has in years taking 2nd O/45 next came Edmond O'Sullivan who seems to running his best in ages also and he also won 1St O/50 for his super running.( He seems to be making a habit of this lately and according to himself he never came first in anything until recently ) Next came Fergal O'Meara who despite being in  heavy training managed to cruise up the fingerboard in a fantastic time of 19.29 well ahead of his recent Carrigtwohill time.Next came Tom Cody getting 2nd O/55 and then came John Carey who amazingly did the Lost Sheep Triathalon last weekend and still managed a fantastic run tonight,Next came the solid as the rock Mick Murphy in 21.20 consistent as always  and heading back to his best.
Our ladies as always despite missing some of our leading lights did well as always Joan Hough  came 1st O/55 whilst Kathleen O'Connell coming back from injury came 2nd O/55.


Wednesday, 11 September 2013

COOLAGOWN 5Km Thur 12th

Last Race Of Summer ?

Thur.12th Sept sees the welcome return of the once infamous Coolagown 5 Km Just a couple of miles ouside Castlelyons this race is within easy driving from Midleton. Once a very popular race in this small but beautiful village it was discontinued a number of years ago.Its over a very nice course with a small hill in the first mile.Well worth trying. There are lots of prizes in all categories .


Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Sonia Comes To Midleton AC

The great Sonia O'Sullivan came to Midleton AC tonight for a training session and a Q&A session after. She put the various groups through their paces ranging from the below 6 min milers to the 10 min milers and all the in between groups.It was great to see all the various groups striding out together and enjoying the night.
Dont forget to follow her on twitter @soniaagrith .Being the lady she is she also did a session with the juveniles prior to the session with the seniors.

Might Be Of Interest To Some Members


This is a 6 week courses designed to teach clients how to improve and maintain their joint mobility.

Techniques covered include:

  • Self-Myofascial Release (SMR) techniques 
  • Joint mobility drills
  • Core activation techniques
  • Flexbility exercise
  • Postural correction drills
  • Breathing techniques

All these are designed to provide athletes, or anyone looking to move better, with a toolbox of techniques to effectively manage their mobility issues,

Course details:
  • 6 week course
  • Starts Tuesday 24th September
  • Investment: €80
  • Max 15 people per course

To book your place, full payment must be made in advance of the course starting. Places are given on a first come, first served basis.

Click here to see a quick video of what we'll be covering.


Our second course is all about nutrition- probably the most neglected aspect of almost everyones health and fitness routine. This course is held in our purpose built education room.

This course is designed to educate you on:

  • The basics of lifelong nutrition
  • The components of a well balanced nutrition plan
  • The psychology of make lasting changes

As part of this course, all clients will receive:

  • Two 30 minute private consultations- weigh in, 12 site skinfold bodyfat testing, goal setting, etc.
  • Individualised nutritional advice based off their assessment
  • Structured weekly group nutrition and lifestyle presentations with Q&A session to troubleshoot any challenges
  • All the tools and strategies that we use with our training clients
  • Weekly email follow up support-  e.g. recipes, tips on habit formation, etc.
  • Course folder for managing all course material for easy access

Course details:
  • Starts Thursday 26th at 7.30pm
  • 6 weeks in duration
  • 15 people per class
  • Investment- €130 
To secure your place, full payment must be received in advance of the course starting.
Places are given on a first come, first served basis.
These really are going to be 2 very informative and results driven courses guys. If you are serious about your training or simply want to move better, then these two courses are an absolute must.
To book your place call Steve 0214882288
Any questions? Feel free to contact us
Steve McGrath
021 4882288

Club Trip Away To Killarney

Hi All
Midleton AC Annual trip away is scheduled for 16th November 2013.
The plan is to go to Killarney on the Saturday morning, bus leaving from Midleton and take part in a 5K race in Killarney. We can stay in the Killarney Towers Hotel, bed and breakfast and return home on the Sunday morning by bus. The trip will be subsidized by the club so the cost will be very reasonable but depends on the numbers interested.
I would be grateful if you could let me know if you will be attending as we need numbers for the hotel and bus etc so we can arrange a price. Any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
Mike Dolphin
087 2257418

Monday, 9 September 2013

Cross Country Update

The following is an updated cross country fixtures list.  Please ignore the last one which has had some amendments.  Out of this extensive list, the races we would really like to have team in are the East Cork Championships, the county novice and the masters.  Depending how we get on at  those events, we would hope to send teams to more races.

You must wear your official Midleton AC singlet if competing in any of these races.  For the East Cork cross country on 22 September there is no pre-entry although if you are planning to run there it will make things easier on the day if I have a list of names before that date. 
 For all the other races teams have to be entered in advance.  The entry date is usually about 10 days before the race and it is important that you let me know before that date if you wish to be entered.

Remember that you don't have to be doing the specific cross country training (Sat morning Curragh Wood) to take part in these events.We recommend that as many as possible try it out. Most  athletes use the cross country season to help improve themselves for the next year. So go on go on go on and give it a try.

Cross country Season 2013 Fixtures List

22 September East Cork Championships Novice and Masters Youghal  approx. 1.00 pm (to be confirmed)

6 October Cork County Championships Novice and Under 23 Carraig na BhFearr 11.00 am (to be confirmed)

13 October Cork County Championships Intermediate West Muskerry hosting (tbc) 12.00 pm

20 October  Cork County Championships Masters St. Catherines hosting (tbc) tbc*

27 October  Munster Championships Novice Limerick Racecourse tbc

3 November Cork County Championships Senior Riverstick  tbc

10 November Munster Championships Intermediate Castlelyons tbc

1 December  Munster Championships Masters Beaufort, Co. Kerry tbc

15 December All-Ireland Championships Novice tbc tbc

* to be confirmed

Friday, 6 September 2013


Blarney Half Marathon

                                                         Again this race was blessed with ideal conditions for running .The numbers were a little down on other years but one can put this down to the big match and Dingle yesterday also took from it.It is a pity really as this race encompassed the County Championships and also the Munster Championships but these things cannot be helped. Our own numbers were down also but those that did run did very well. Christine Murphy had a super race in getting in under the magic 100 mins and taking 3rd O/40 and also picking up the medals in the process.She also knocked over 6 mins off her PB so things are looking good for Dublin.Fionan O’hAodain making his half marathon debut ran an excellent race coming in ten minutes better than he hoped for. Remember Fionan only started with the Beginners group last year and to be doing as well as he is doing is fantastic. Next came Mary O'Keeffe again making her half debut and doing very well followed by Mary B. Walsh who also had an excellent run showing that the three ladies are well on the road for Dublin on the October weekend.

Dingle Marathon & Half Marathon Report

                                                                                          Over a tough very hilly course today several of our members stepped out into the cool Kerry air into what was ideal running conditions.Our first runner home was Adam Duchnicz who had a superb run in 3.10 finishing 14th overall. Next in having another great run was Magic Margaret Jones finishing in a wonderful time of 3.33 showing all the hard training paid off.The next finisher was Declan Dorgan running on his home turf and with no serious training put in but finished as someone described it "smiling as if he was out on a training run"

                                             In the Half Marathon again we had some great runs First of the crew was the great Helen Gilroy after having  a cold all week did a great time of 1.36 making it 5mins faster than last year Next came Sheila Buckley who was also suffering from a cold came in a very credible 1.38 again a big improvement on last year.These were followed by Kara Reilly,Trish Daly and Susan Fitzgerald I don't have exact time for them but all reports say they had great runs too.

A big disappointment was that the race had no category prizes which meant several of our girls lost out.This is really disgraceful with an entry fee of over 60 Euro plus travel expenses and accomadation  its the least one would expect It looks like Dingle is becoming another one of the "we are only in it for the money" races. Just look a the value of the Half marathon in Blarney tomorrow 20 Euro loads of prizes and discount vouchers for all finishers .A credit to St Finbarrs Club and John Buckley Sports.

Please don't Forget

Our annual Open Night will take place in Midleton Community Centre on Wed 18th Sept @ 7pm Everyone welcome . Please pass the word around. Tell anyone you know that might be interested especially anyone who might want to take up running.


Sonia Confirmed For Midleton AC Training Session

John Cashman has organised a training session with none other than Sonia O'Sullivan on this Tuesday evening, September 10th.
Sonia will be ready to start the session at 7pm, so she has suggested that we arrive at 6:45pm to warm up.  She will set a 2-4 mile session, talk us through it, jog warm down, and will then answer any questions.
This session is available to all levels and all groups yes all groups including yours also it might be nice to wear your club gear for the photos- an opportunity not to be missed!

Please pass the word around.Open to all members.


Wishing the best of luck to all our athletes competing this weekend in the various events.In Dingle Marathon we have Declan Dorgan running on his home turf and must know every stone in the road there as he has completed all the Dingle ones so far and Adam Dubchez will be out for another great time. Then we have Magic Margaret Jones who has prepared well for this one doing some fine tuning under the guidance of Pat Walsh in the lead up ,even tapering by skipping the race in Carrigtwohill the other night (a new one for Margaret missing a race). Then in the half marathon we have the ever consistent pair of Sheila Buckley and Helen Gilroy who both have had colds recently so we wont be expecting PBs but no doubt as always we will have great runs.
If there are any others running we wish you the best also and please let us know

We will have a number of runners doing Blarney so the best to them also.

Then we have the Lost Sheep Triathalon guys we wish them the best too.

And of course we wish the very very best to the Cork Team on Sunday in Croke Park.

Dont forget Cross Country Training  in Curragh Wood Sat morning @9am. This is open to everyone no matter what level you are at.


Wednesday, 4 September 2013

GREENVILLE 5km Carrigtwohill.

                                          This race took place tonight in ideal conditions plus the changes they made to the course were a great improvement and it was great to see so many of our members giving support to this very worthy cause.It was also great to see Michelle Kenny back in winning form and taking 1st place in a time of 19.14 which is excellent over this challenging course.She was followed in 3rd place by Sally Drennan running on her home turf and certainly making the most of it and Sally was closely follow by Sheila Buckley who had another fine run Our other prizewinners were

Mary O'Keeffe 1st O/45
Marian Aherne 2nd O/45
Joan Mc Carthy1st O/55

Our men did very well also
The ever solid Sean O'Sullivan 2nd O/40 and John Cashman who is running absolutely great taking 2nd O/45 Then of course our Captain Edmond O'Sullivan who got his first 1st recently decided he wanted more and tonight came 1st O/50 again.He was follow by a man who has been sadly missing from the scene for some time due to injury Dan Horgan who came 2nd O/55.
Several other of our members had fine runs.Well done all.

Cork Association for Autism
                                                                                                 GREENVILLE '5K'
                                                                                     Wednesday 4 September 2013. 7:00pm

Finishers in the Midleton AC team.                                                                                      Pace     Race   Race
Place    Time    Name                                           Team                                  Race Age Category    min/mile    No    Place
      1   0:19:06  SPITERI, Paul                                 Midleton AC                         M                            06:08.7       34      17
      2   0:19:14  KENNY, Michelle                             Midleton AC                         F                             06:11.3       40      19
      3   0:19:21  DORGAN, Declan                            Midleton AC                         M                            06:13.6     192      20
      4   0:19:24  O'SULLIVAN, Sean                           Midleton AC                         M40                         06:14.5       46      21
      5   0:19:38  CASHMAN, John                             Midleton AC                         M45                         06:19.0       42      26
      6   0:19:55  O'SULLIVAN, Edmond                      Midleton AC                         M50                         06:24.5       39      30
      7   0:20:01  O'MEARA, Fergal                             Midleton AC                         M40                         06:26.4     162      32
      8   0:20:32  HORGAN, Dan                                Midleton AC                         M55                         06:36.4       38      38
      9   0:20:44  O'DWYER, Barry                              Midleton AC                         M40                         06:40.3     307      40
     10   0:20:52  DRENNAN, Sally                             Midleton AC                         F45                          06:42.8     116      44
     11   0:21:21  BUCKLEY, Sinead                            Midleton AC                         F                             06:52.2       17      52
     12   0:21:28  CRONIN, Tim                                 Midleton AC                         M40                         06:54.4     175      54
     13   0:21:30  O'HALLORAN, John                          Midleton AC                         M60                         06:55.1     272      56
     15   0:21:54  MCMANUS, Ronan                           Midleton AC                         M40                         07:02.8     289      65
     16   0:22:58  O'KEEFFE, Mary                              Midleton AC                         F45                          07:23.4       20      83
     18   0:23:17  KIERANS, Paul                                Midleton AC                         M45                         07:29.5     151      89
     19   0:23:22  AHERN, Marian                               Midleton AC                         F45                          07:31.1     311      92
     20   0:24:05  AHERN, Derek                                Midleton AC                         M                            07:45.0       73     105
     21   0:24:13  O'HAODAIN, Fionan                         Midleton AC                         M                            07:47.5       77     109
     22   0:24:25  CRONIN, Brendan                           Midleton AC                         M                            07:51.4       99     114
     23   0:24:30  GILLMAN, Marie                             Midleton AC                         F                             07:53.0     102     116
     24   0:26:38  TWOHIG, Margaret                          Midleton AC                         F45                          08:34.2       89     141
     25   0:26:53  COADY, Trish                                 Midleton AC                         F35                          08:39.0     185     143
     26   0:27:37  MURPHY, Sue                                 Midleton AC                         F                             08:53.2     295     148
     27   0:28:10  HARTE, Jim                                    Midleton AC                         M                            09:03.8     118     158
     28   0:28:32  FITZGERALD, Annette                       Midleton AC                         F40                          09:10.9       60     162
     29   0:29:53  KELLEHER, Alan                              Midleton AC                         M45                         09:36.9     298     176
     30   0:30:29  RABBITTE, Mary                              Midleton AC                         F40                          09:48.5     117     182
     31   0:30:53  GRIFFIN, Billy                                Midleton AC                         M70                         09:56.3       83     187
     32   0:32:01  MCCARTHY, Joan                            Midleton AC                         F55                          10:18.1       84     200
     33   0:33:48  O'CONNELL, Kathleen                       Midleton AC                         F55                          10:52.6       80     217
     34   0:34:48  MCCARTHY, Colette                         Midleton AC                         F45                          11:11.9     113     221
     35   0:35:14  TOHER, Mary                                 Midleton AC                         F55                          11:20.2       85     224
     36   0:39:53  MCMURTRY, Jim                             Midleton AC                         M65                         12:50.0       76     231
There were 34 finishers in the Midleton AC team.