Tullamore Harriers Club Report 29th March 2020

McNamara 5 Mile win for Trish Shaw!
The Annual 5 Mile race was run off from 16th – 21st of March with all athletes covering the distance virtually. The winner of this longstanding club race is the athlete with the fastest finish time after the hidden handicap has been calculated. Congratulations to Trish Shaw who is the 2021 McNamara 5 winner! 
Fastest lady (actual race time) was Pauline Curley and Fastest Man was Leonard Mooney. Well done to all who took part. Full results:  
 
1 Leonard Mooney 00:26:39 00:27:39 00:01:00 Fastest Man
2 Pauric Ennis 00:27:52 00:27:52 00:00:00 
3 Darren Butler 00:27:48 00:28:48 00:01:00 
4 Glenn Finlay 00:26:57 00:29:57 00:03:00 
5 Shane Origan 00:25:57 00:30:27 00:04:30 4th Finisher on Handicap
6 Gary Whittle 00:25:15 00:31:35 00:06:20 2nd Finisher on Handicap
7 Pauline Curley 00:27:12 00:31:42 00:04:30 Fastest Woman
8 Johnny Feery 00:26:24 00:32:44 00:06:20 6th Finisher on Handicap
9 Evelyn Herlihy 00:26:51 00:33:31 00:06:40 
10 Basil Cronin 00:27:30 00:33:50 00:06:20 
11 Liam Byrne 00:30:20 00:34:25 00:04:05 
12 John Lowry 00:29:05 00:35:25 00:06:20 
13 Finian McDermott 00:26:50 00:35:35 00:08:45 
14 Declan Meehan 00:27:27 00:35:52 00:08:25 
15 Michelle Mullaney 00:26:51 00:36:16 00:09:25 
16 Brendan Carroll 00:27:34 00:36:39 00:09:05 
17 Francis Mollen 00:30:08 00:36:48 00:06:40 
18 Sean Reynolds 00:30:00 00:37:00 00:07:00 
19 Anthony Hughes 00:26:52 00:37:22 00:10:30 
20 Paul Shaw 00:28:34 00:37:39 00:09:05 
21 Jonathon King 00:27:18 00:37:48 00:10:30 
22 Deirdre Lambe 00:26:50 00:38:10 00:11:20 
23 Diarmuid Finlay 00:26:11 00:38:16 00:12:05 5th Finisher on Handicap
24 Peter Bennett 00:32:12 00:38:32 00:06:20 
25 Karen Martin 00:26:49 00:38:54 00:12:05 
26 Patricia Gallagher 00:27:05 00:39:10 00:12:05 
27 Emer Guilfoyle 00:27:59 00:39:29 00:11:30 
28 Anna Hyland Guilfoyle 00:27:29 00:40:49 00:13:20 
29 Joe Wrafter 00:27:40 00:40:50 00:13:10 
30 Clive Young 00:27:12 00:41:32 00:14:20 
31 Patricia Shaw 00:25:09 00:41:49 00:16:40 1st Finisher on handicap
32 Martina Lydon 00:26:28 00:42:03 00:15:35 
33 Matt Corcoran 00:30:51 00:42:21 00:11:30 
34 Josie Lalor 00:25:34 00:43:34 00:18:00 3rd Finisher on Handicap
35 Ray Murray 00:29:24 00:44:24 00:15:00 
36 Aisling McCormack 00:27:12 00:44:32 00:17:20 
37 Mary Hussey 00:31:28 00:44:38 00:13:10 
38 Noel Browne 00:27:55 00:45:25 00:17:30 
39 Dara Byrne 00:28:24 00:45:29 00:17:05 
40 Triona Muldoon 00:28:30 00:46:00 00:17:30 
41 Sandra Busteed 00:26:49 00:46:09 00:19:20 
42 Joyce Stephensons 00:30:41 00:49:11 00:18:30 
43 Lorna Corcoran 00:28:51 00:49:51 00:21:00 
44 Sharon Daly 00:35:23 00:56:13 00:20:50 
45 Mary Fox Mann 00:35:32 00:56:22 00:20:50 
46 Adrian Curley 01:07:07 00:67:07 00:00:00
 
Mangan in Action in Kansas 
Aaron Mangan was part of the Fort Hays State men’s track and field team won the team portion of the ESU Spring Invitational Friday in Emporia, Kansas (March 19). Aaron competed first in the 1500m and ran well to finish 3rd in his first race over this distance in over two years. His time of 4.00:5 was just marginally outside of his PB. Later in the day Aaron spiked up for the 800m and cane home in second place in a tactical race. His time of 1.56 a reflection of the slow early pace.
 
Peak Performance in Colorado by Dunne 
James Dunne was a member of the Adams State Men’s and Women’s Track & Field teams that spiked up for the Spanking Blasting Invite, in Pueblo, Colorado at the weekend. With Pueblo at an altitude of 1430m James needed to be in peak condition to perform well.
James races well and finished seventh in the men’s 1500m with a time of 3.57:8.