January Club Notes

January 2017 (mostly):

Peadar Curtis received his Marathon Club Ireland (MCI) 75th marathon medal – a great achievement the 100 is in sight!


A winning start to the year: Ide Kelleher first lady at Corringham Hill Munster Mountain Running Association (MMRA)


Paul Moloney first in Munster Masters Indoor track 3000m and 1500m


Lorraine Bolster first lady home in the North Cork AC Doneraile Park 5km


Mallow AC was confirmed as the largest adult club in Cork for 2016


Mallow 10 sold out in 24 days with 78 runners from our own club. (Reminder – everyone running is asked to get an adult volunteer to help in their absence)


At the AGM Denis Sheehan stepped down from the Executive Committee for the first time in 14 years – fantastic service to the club! Denis has not gone far and remains on the committee.


The Mallow AC sinking fund was announced at the AGM

Of the 14 pacers in the Mallow 10 12 are from the club up from 8 last year.

As well as volunteers required for the Mallow 10 on 26th March help is required for the course clean-up which is provisionally scheduled for Saturday 4th March.


Also volunteers are required for the Couch to 5km – contact Denis Sheehan if you are interested in helping with the C25k.


Last call for entries to the National Masters & Juvenile B XC Championships taking place in Waterford I.T on the 12th of Feb. Race entries will be finalised on Thursday 2nd February. 2 days to go – contact club captains Aoife Carroll and Nick Darmody.


Everyone is encouraged to get involved in Championship races – give them a try and get out of your comfort zone!



The Mallow AC 200 points challenge kindly sponsored by John Buckley Sports is underway and details of the rules, prizes and races included can be found at https://mallowac.ie/mallow-ac-200-point-challenge/



Finally best of luck to the large numbers running the Dungarvan 10 this Sunday – especially those running 10 miles for the first time.




Article credit to Clive Aherne   (Mallow AC Secretary)