May
20
2018

Summer Training – Week 7

Another week down and we are now up to full speed on training sessions for this training block so if you are free to support any of the ongoing sessions then why not come out this week! We will also continue our Couch to tri sessions and will have a further Dromineer warm-up session before the timed sessions for this year get underway!

Couch to try a tri

Another 2 weeks to go in this introductory course so if you know anyone interested then send them along!

And as ever if you are free for the run or bike sessions to lend a hand and offer support then the more the merrier!

Rolling over Tuesday

We had a bit more success with the rolling over session this week and will give the session another run this coming Tuesday at 7pm from the leisure centre.

** New session ** – Dromineer series

One week down and we had a number of brave swimmers who survived the sprint distance swim so we will try and get more into the water for this coming week prior to the timed events starting at the end of the month!

Action as usual gets underway from 7pm and we will have the customary post-event cup of tea on hand!

Thomond Swim / Open water sessions

The Thomond swim takes place in Limerick city on June 23rd at 3:15 and is now open for entries. In order to take part you need either a Swim Ireland or combined TI/Swim Ireland licence. The distance has not been posted but has previously been 1800m so we presume that it is the same distance this year. A link below is given for the entry site for anyone interested!
https://sirius.eventmaster.ie/event/MmlsbdiBz
In the meantime the regular morning sessions will continue and we are now heading back out to the lake on Sundays for our open water swim at Youghalarra.
There are a number of open water events on in the local area and a league has also been set up, the Shannon Region Open Water Swim League. Below is a list of the events on over the summer and the club will look to attend some of these over the summer months.
1. Summer Solstice Swim – Castleconnell, Co. Limerick (21st Jun)
2. Thomond Swim – Limerick City (23rd Jun)
3. Slip to Shore – Ballyheigue, Co. Kerry (1st Jul)
4. Bunratty RNLI Swim – Bunratty Castle, Co. Clare (7th Jul)
5. Deel Swim – Askeaton, Co. Limerick (11th Aug)
6. Kilkee Bay Swim – Kilkee. Co. Clare (11th – Aug)
7. Malbay Swim – White Strand, Co. Clare (19th Aug)
8. Atlantic Master Kinvarra Swim – Kinvarra, Co. Galway (8th Sept)
9. Sean O’Sullivan Memorial – Twomilegate, Co. Clare (9th Sept)
10. Around the Island – Limerick City (22nd Sept)
11. Surprise Swim – Lough Derg (TBC)
So if you are interested in taking part in this league check out the groups facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/ShannonRegionOWSL/

Club Gear – Second Order

We are putting in a second order for gear this week so if you want to get any then get in contact with Mary ASAP.

 

Weekly training

Swimming sessions: 2 morning sessions this week. Tuesday will be a distance swim, while Thursday will be a power set.

Shorter versions for the novice lane will be supplied on the morning and will cover 1-1.5k.

  Tuesday 22nd May  
   
Warm-up 4 x 50m f/c easy-stroke  
  1 x 50m b/c easy-stroke                        (250m)  
  4 x 50m f/c easy-breath 4th  
  1 x 50m b/c easy-stroke           x 2       (500m) 750m
   
Main-set 4 x 50m f/c build  
  1 x 50m b/c easy                         x 2       (500m)  
   
  1400m f/c breathe on 4th                         (1400m)  
   
   
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                    (100m) 2000m
   
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 2950m

 

 

 

  Thursday 24th May  
   
Warm-up 300m f/c descending set  
  every 4th length b/c  
  breathe every 4th stroke  
  750m
   
Main-set 2 x 100m f/c kick (f)  
  3 x 200m f/c power  
  2 x 100m f/c power            x 2                  (2000m)  
   
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                       (100m) 2100m
   
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 3050m

 

Running sessions: We are on the track on Monday and this time we will be running the first of the infamous pyramid sessions! On Wednesday there will be a mix of 2k / 5k runs out on the Dromineer circuit from 7pm.

  Monday 21st May  
   
Warm-up 15min easy 3000m
   
Main-set 1 x 50m build  
  1 x 50m drill                                     x 4    (800m)  
   
  4 x 400m / 60sec rec  
  2 x 800m / 90 sec rec  
  1 x 1200m / 120 sec rec  
  2 x 800m / 90 sec rec  
  4 x 400m / 60sec rec                            (7600m)  
   
Novice 3 x 400m / 60sec rec  
  1 x 800m / 90 sec rec  
  1 x 1200m / 120 sec rec  
  1 x 800m / 90 sec rec  
  3 x 400m / 60sec rec                            (5200m)  
   
  8400m
   
Cool-down 800m easy 800m
   
TOTAL 12200m

 

 

Bike sessions:  2 session this week. Tuesday will be another run of our rolling over session and will cover 36k with a rolling over period. This will get started at 7pm from Nenagh Leisure centre. On Wednesday we return to Dromineer and will cover the 19k bike section as a warm up for the upcoming Dromineer series.

 

 

The full weekly schedule:

 

Day Morning Evening
 Monday Track session: 7pm

CBS Track

Tuesday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Rolling over session: 7pm

Leisure Centre

Wednesday Dromineer series: 7pm

Dromineer front car park

 

Thursday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Friday
Saturday
Sunday  Open water swim: 6pm

Youghalarra quay

 


 Have a good week out there!

May
16
2018

Club Gear – Second order

**** Club Gear – Second order going in next week  ***

Due to popular demand we are putting in a second order for new club gear with both a one-piece and two-piece suit on offer in the club colours.

 

If you wish to get something on this second order then contact Mary Donnellan and get your order in ASAP!!!

 

 

Do not say that you were not warned!!!!! 

 

May
14
2018

Summer Training – Week 6

We are now at the half-way point of the training block and so only 2 months to go until the big club event of the year, the outing to the Galway Triathlon. With this in mind no better time to get back out to the lake and so from this week on we will make tentative steps to get the Dromineer sessions up and running so if you are free on Wednesdays then this is the place to be!!!

We also start the Couch to try a tri sessions this week and this will run for the next 3 weeks, so if you know anyone who is interested in attending these sessions then let them know and bring them up!

 

Couch to try a tri

The 3 week introductory sessions for those undertaking the “try a tri” events in June starts this week with one session for each of the triathlon disciplines, so if you know anyone who would be interested in attending the sessions then let them know.

And as ever if you are free for the run or bike sessions to lend a hand and offer support then the more the merrier!

** New session ** – Rolling over Tuesday

We will give the rolling over session another go on Tuesday. Last week we had a low enough number, mix of abilities and were hampered by a strong enough wind which made it difficult to get a rhythm going so we will see how this goes for this week before making a call on continuing the session. As with any rolling over session we need a number of around 6-8 to make it worthwhile continuing.

Starting at 7pm from Nenagh Leisure centre and again will roughly cover the Olympic distance cycle.

** New session ** – Dromineer series

We are back out in Dromineer  on Wednesdays from here on so get the cobwebs off the wetsuit and TT bikes!!!

Although not officially up and running with times etc. for another 2 weeks we will be covering the course as a training spin for the next 2 weeks to get people up to speed with the course. We will make a call on the swimming part on Wednesday but have your wetsuits on the ready!! Otherwise we will cover the distance in the duathlon format (run- bike – run).

Action as usual gets underway from 7pm and we will have the customary post-event cup of tea on hand!

 

 

Masters End of Season Gala / Open water sessions

Well done to all who took part in the end of season masters gala last week, good times all round. This ends the Masters sessions for this year and will look to start again in September.
In the meantime the regular morning sessions will continue and we are now heading back out to the lake on Sundays for our open water swim at Youghalarra.
Over the next few weeks we will getting back into the water on Wednesdays as part of the Dromineer series so no better place to get your open water swimming up and running than at this session!
There are a number of open water events on in the local area and a league has also been set up, the Shannon Region Open Water Swim League. Below is a list of the events on over the summer and the club will look to attend some of these over the summer months.
1. Summer Solstice Swim – Castleconnell, Co. Limerick (21st Jun)
2. Thomond Swim – Limerick City (23rd Jun)
3. Slip to Shore – Ballyheigue, Co. Kerry (1st Jul)
4. Bunratty RNLI Swim – Bunratty Castle, Co. Clare (7th Jul)
5. Deel Swim – Askeaton, Co. Limerick (11th Aug)
6. Kilkee Bay Swim – Kilkee. Co. Clare (11th – Aug)
7. Malbay Swim – White Strand, Co. Clare (19th Aug)
8. Atlantic Master Kinvarra Swim – Kinvarra, Co. Galway (8th Sept)
9. Sean O’Sullivan Memorial – Twomilegate, Co. Clare (9th Sept)
10. Around the Island – Limerick City (22nd Sept)
11. Surprise Swim – Lough Derg (TBC)
So if you are interested in taking part in this league check out the groups facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/ShannonRegionOWSL/

Club Gear

The new club gear has finally arrived so if you have ordered gear then you can arrange to get your gear from Mary or a member of the committee!

Weekly training

Swimming sessions: 2 morning sessions this week. Tuesday will be a high intensity set, while Thursday will be a short interval set.

Shorter versions for the novice lane will be supplied on the morning and will cover 1-1.5k.

 

 

  Tuesday 15th May  
   
Warm-up 300m f/c descending set  
  every 4th length b/c  
  breathe every 4th stroke  
  750m
   
Main-set 4 x 50m f/c build  
  1 x 50m b/c easy                                    (250m)  
   
  3 x 100m f/c on 1:20  
  4 x 50m f/c on 40s  
  1min rec                                    x 3            (1500m)  
   
  4 x 50m f/c recovery  
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                   (250m)  
   
  2000m
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 2950m


 

  Thursday 17th May  
   
Warm-up 200m f/c easy-stroke  
  1 x 50m b/c easy-stroke  
  200m f/c breathe on 4th  
  1 x 50m b/c easy-stroke 500m
   
Main-set 4 x 100m f/c  
  4 x 50m f/c  
  1 x 50m b/c easy                     x 3            (1950m)  
   
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                      (100m) 2050m
   
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 2750m
   

 

 

Running sessions: We are back to the track this week and we will return to the 1k repeat session. On Wednesday there will be a mix of 2k / 5k runs out on the Dromineer circuit from 7pm.

 

 

  Monday 14th May  
   
Warm-up 15min easy 3000m
   
Main-set 1 x 50m build  
  1 x 50m drill                                     x 4    (800m)  
   
  1km x 6 increasing pace  
  90sec recovery between each               (6000m)  
   
Novice 1km x 4 increasing pace  
  90sec recovery between each  (4000m)  
  6800m
   
Cool-down 800m easy 800m
   
TOTAL 10600m

 

Bike sessions:  2 session this week. Tuesday will be another run of our rolling over session and will cover 36k with a rolling over period. This will get started at 7pm from Nenagh Leisure centre. On Wednesday we return to Dromineer and will cover the 19k bike section as a warm up for the upcoming Dromineer series.

 

 

The full weekly schedule:

 

Day Morning Evening
 Monday Track session: 7pm

CBS Track

Tuesday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Rolling over session: 7pm

Leisure Centre

Wednesday Dromineer series: 7pm

Dromineer front car park

 

Thursday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Friday
Saturday
Sunday  Open water swim: 6pm

Youghalarra quay

 


 Have a good week out there!

May
7
2018

Summer Training – Week 5

It is the end of April and with that the end of the time trial and run series so we hope that those who attended got some benefit from the short, sharp sessions. A new month and some new sessions will be introduced over the coming weeks as we prepare for the upcoming open water triathlon season the club trip to the Galway triathlon. This week with the bank holiday will be an easier week and we will again ramp it up from next week on!!

Great Limerick Run 2018

A number of club members made the short trip over to Limerick for the biggest local run event of the year. At the time of writing lads were still on the course with the majority of club members taking on the half-marathon distance….so well done to all!

 

 

Masters End of Season Gala

A reminder that the end of Masters training for the season is fast approaching and as is custom there will be an end of season gala at the final evening session on Wednesday 9th of May at 8pm.
As ever we would hope that this will get good support from the Tri club on the night and entries will be taken on the night so come down and join us.
The events are all 50m over the various strokes and as ever there will be the tri v masters gala relay!

New session – Rolling over Tuesday

The time trial series is over and so while we wait to get the official Dromineer series to get underway we are going to introduce a new session to the mix. Starting at 7pm from Nenagh Leisure centre we are going to trial a rolling over session that will roughly cover the Olympic distance cycle.

For the first 2 weeks there will be a warm-up to the motorway flyover and then we will roll over to Moneygall and back again to the flyover, and then cool-down back into town. In order for this session to go ahead we need to have adequate numbers to roll over so we are looking at minimum of 8 on the bikes. If we get the numbers we will continue the session for 4 weeks and gradually increase the distance covered, so if you are free then support this new club session!

Couch to try a tri

The 3 week introductory sessions for those undertaking the “try a tri” in June will again place over the month of May so if you know anyone who would be interested in attending the sessions then let them know.

And as ever if you are free for the run or bike sessions to lend a hand and offer support then the more the merrier!

 

 

Weekly training

Swimming sessions: 2 morning sessions this week. Tuesday will be a middle distance set, while Thursday will be a return to the pyramid set.

Shorter versions for the novice lane will be supplied on the morning and will cover 1-1.5k.

 

 

  Tuesday 8th May  
   
Warm-up 300m f/c descending set  
  every 4th length b/c  
  breathe every 4th stroke  
  750m
   
Main-set 1 x 400m f/c  
  3 x 200m f/c                            x 2              (2000m)  
   
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                      (100m)  
  2100m
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 3050m
   

 

 

 

 

  Thursday 10th May  
   
Warm-up 300m f/c descending set  
  every 4th length b/c  
  breathe every 4th stroke  
  750m
   
Main-set 4 x 50m f/c build  
  1 x 50m b/c easy                     x 1           (250m)  
   
  4 x 50m f/c  
  4 x 100m f/c  
  2 x 200m f/c  
  4 x 100m f/c  
  4 x 50m f/c                                                  (1600m)  
   
   
  4 x 25m f/c kick  
  1 x 50m b/c  
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                       (300m)  
   
  1950m
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 3100m

 

 

Running sessions: No official run session this week as there is a well deserved break following the Great Limerick run, we will be back up on the track next Monday at the usual time!

 

 

Bike sessions:  1 session this week. Tuesday will be first run of our rolling over session and will cover 36k with a rolling over period. This will get started at 7pm from Nenagh Leisure centre.

 

 

The full weekly schedule:

 

Day Morning Evening
 Monday
Tuesday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Rolling over session: 7pm

Leisure Centre

Wednesday Tri / Masters Gala: 8pm

Leisure Centre

 

Thursday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Friday
Saturday
Sunday 

 


 Have a good week out there!

May
4
2018

Couch to Try a tri 2018

 

Our 3 week introductory sessions for those looking to take part in the Try a tri / sprint event on June 9th is back!!!

 

 

 

This course is designed to cover the event distance for each of the disciplines of the try a tri and give some tips and techniques.

So if you are interested in taking part on the “try a tri” in June then this is a must for you!!!!!

May
2
2018

Run Series – 4/4

The final week of this this years run series was yet again a bit on the cold and windy side but on the course the times were the hottest yet. The beat the clock format brought the best times of this years series with the majority of runners within 10 seconds of their predicted time and a number of runners very close to breaking the 20min barrier overall! The top of the leaderboard for the final week was Barry Creamer who was within 2 secs of the predicted time.

 

 

Name Dist Predict Actual Difference
Barry Creamer 5k 20:00 20:02 2
Brenda Ryan 3k 15:00 15:03 3
Mike O’Keeffe 5k 21:30 21:27 3
David Sheahan 5k 16:45 16:41 4
Eddie Hynes 5k 20:00 20:05 5
Gary Scully 5k 16:30 16:22 8
Eddie Tucker 5k 20:00 19:49 11
John Meagher 5k 20:00 20:12 12
Paul Scully 5k 20:00 19:35 25
Eoin O’Connor 5k 22:15 21:32 43
Sinead Lee 3k 20:00 16:30 3:30
Audrey McNamara 3k 20:50 16:25 4:25

A big thanks to the Eagle who was on hand at the line to get the times on the night!

This was the last in the run series for this year so a big thanks to all who made the effort to attend over the 4 weeks.

Next week we have the end of year Masters gala in the leisure centre at 8pm so if you fancy a final sprint in the pool then come on down.

After that we will be making the journey back out to Dromineer for the start of the Dromineer series, so hopefully over the coming weeks we get a bit of hotter weather to get the lake into a swimming condition!!!

 

May
1
2018

Time Trial Series – 4/4

The final round in this years TT league and we again had a blustery wind and wet conditions to deal with, but we still managed to get a couple of lads to finally go out on the big course…..although by the end probably would have been better on the 20k one!!

 

 

Name Distance Time
 
Joe Gleeson 36k 63:52
Paul Scully 36k 67:10
Timmy Kelly 36k 71:10
 
David Hogan 20k 37:55
Ronnie O’Driscoll 20k 39:20
Odie O’Driscoll 20k 41:10
Ken Hassett 20k 41:30
Tom Hogan 20k 42:50

 

That was the last week of the time trial series and thanks to everyone who made the effort to get on the course over the 4 weeks.

Also, a big thanks to Johnny Meagher who has single handedly sorted out the rest of us with times for this years series.

Next up on the cycling front we are looking to arrange a group rolling over session to cover the Olympic distance cycle (40k)……we will give further info on this later in the week so keep an eye on the club bulletins for more!!!!

Apr
29
2018

Summer Training – Week 4

It feels like they have only started but already the time trial and run series for this year are coming to an end. We hope that those who made the effort to attend these sessions have benefited from the short, sharp intense work and hopefully it will stand as a good marker to progress made….while for those who did not come out as yet, well there is one more week to get out and set a PB on the bike and run courses!

Joey Hannon 2018

A number of club members made the short trip over to Limerick for the ever popular and multi-distance Joey Hannon Triathlon. Well done to all members who took part! Darren Dunne (2.00), Eoin Woolley (2.17), Seamus Duggan (2.31), Ramon Rodriguez (2.49) , Ciara Cairns (2.49).

Ballinree 5k 2018

The weather was again good for the annual Ballinree 5k and so with that a good turn out from the club. The club had all of the first three in the male event with Gary Scully taking the honours followed closely by David Sheahan and Andrew McLoughlin, while Charlotte Jones won the female event on the day so good results for the club all round. Also taking part were Paul Scully, Eddie Tucker, John Meagher, John Manley, Mike O’Keeffe. A good feed afterwards and all left happy!

Masters End of Season Gala

A reminder that the end of Masters training for the season is fast approaching and as is custom there will be an end of season gala at the final evening session on Wednesday 9th of May at 8pm.
As ever we would hope that this will get good support from the Tri club on the night so keep this date free in your diary!!! (The run series finishes the week before so that cannot be used as an excuse!!!). 

 

Time trial league

The time-trial league has one more week to run from the Leisure Centre at 6.30pm on Tuesday. This will follow the North Tipp Sprint route and has 3 turn off options 10k / 20k / 36k…so last chance saloon to get a time on the board! Cost of entry is free to all members.

 

Run Series 

 

This years Run series will finish this coming Wednesday and to date we have seen great improvements in times. This week is prize week and it is winner takes all in the “beat the clock” round….so if you want to post a time and potentially take the series title then be there on Wednesday at 7pm from Nenagh College. The run has the usual €2 entry!!!!

 

Weekly training

Swimming sessions: 2 morning sessions this week. Tuesday will be a distance swim, while Thursday will be a power set.

Shorter versions for the novice lane will be supplied on the morning and will cover 1-1.5k.

 

 

  Tuesday 1st May  
   
Warm-up 4 x 50m f/c easy-stroke  
  1 x 50m b/c easy-stroke                        (250m)  
  4 x 50m f/c easy-breath 4th  
  1 x 50m b/c easy-stroke           x 2       (500m) 750m
   
Main-set 4 x 50m f/c build  
  1 x 50m b/c easy                         x 2       (500m)  
   
  1300m f/c breathe on 4th                         (1300m)  
   
   
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                    (100m) 1900m
   
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 2850m

 

 

  Thursday 3rd May  
   
Warm-up 300m f/c descending set  
  every 4th length b/c  
  breathe every 4th stroke  
  750m
   
Main-set 2 x 100m f/c kick (f)  
  2 x 200m f/c power  
  4 x 100m f/c power            x 2                  (2000m)  
   
  4 x 25m f/c sprint                                       (100m) 2100m
   
   
Cool-down 200m f/c easy 200m
   
TOTAL 3050m

 

Running sessions: 2 sessions this week. On Monday we are in the CBS for our track sessions and this week will be a hill set. This gets started at Nenagh CBS at 7pm. On Wednesday we return to Nenagh college for the final in our run series with a choice of 3k/5k route. This will get started at 7pm.

 

  Monday 30th April  
   
Warm-up 15min easy 3000m
   
Main-set 1 x 50m build  
  1 x 50m drill                                     x 4    (800m)  
   
  5 x 30sec hill climb  
  400m recovery                              x 4     (5000m)  
   
Novice 4 x 20sec hill climb  
  200m recovery              x 4     (2000m)  
  5800m
   
Cool-down 800m easy 800m
   
TOTAL 9600m

 

Bike sessions:  1 session this week. Tuesday will be the final round of our time trials and there is a choice of 10k/20k/36k. This will get started at 6.30pm from Nenagh Leisure centre.

 

The full weekly schedule:

Day Morning Evening
 Monday  Run Session: 7pm

Nenagh CBS

Novice session included

Tuesday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Time Trial series: 6.30pm

Leisure Centre

Wednesday Run series: 7.00pm

Nenagh College

Tri / Masters Swim: 8pm

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Thursday Morning Swim: 6:30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Friday Tri / Masters Swim: 6.30am

Leisure Centre

Lane 1: Novice lane

Saturday
Sunday 

 


 Have a good week out there!

Apr
25
2018

Run Series – 3/4

The third week on this years run series was yet again a windy one but this time it had switched direction and made the bypass part of the course challenging. Still the times continue to fall and the predictions are getting even closer. The top of the leaderboard this week was all females with Brenda Ryan getting the closest predicted time of 10secs.

 

Name Dist Predict Actual Difference
Brenda Ryan 3k 16:00 15:50 10
Loretto Duggan 5k 22:35 22:20 15
Maebh Carey 3k 15:10 14:53 17
David Sheahan 5k 17:05 16:47 17
Mike O’Keeffe 5k 22:00 21:40 20
John Meagher 5k 20:50 20:30 20
Ger Carey 5k 28:30 28:50 20
Eddie Hynes 5k 21:00 20:38 22
Gary Scully 5k 16:55 16:26 30
Paul Scully 5k 20:15 19:40 35
Eddie Tucker 5k 20:30 19:52 38
Barry Creamer 5k 21:30 20:35 55
Andrew McLoughlin 5k 19:30 18:10 1:20
Deirdre Finn 5k 23:30 21:58 1:32
Sinead Lee 5k 28:30 26:20 2:10
Maire O’Doherty 3k 16:00 12:08 3:52
 

 

A big thanks to Mary who was on hand at the line to get the times on the night!

Next week is the last week in this years series and it is the infamous countdown to zero. Last chance to make a prediction and be crowned Run series champion (and a chance to steal the cumulative winnings!!)….so if you are free the next few Wednesdays then come and join us!!!

Apr
24
2018

Time Trial Series – 3/4

The third round in this years TT league and we again had strong winds to deal with on the return from the turnaround point. Hopefully for the final run we will have a bit more luck and some calm conditions to complete this years TT league!!!!

 

Name Distance Time
 
Joe Gleeson 20k 34:47
Paul Scully 20k 36:29
Ronnie O’Driscoll 20k 38:15
Ken Hassett 20k 39:09
Alex Stewart 20k 40:32
Odie O’Driscoll 20k 40:45
David Hogan 20k 41:12
Barry Creamer 20k 42:25
Tom Hogan 20k 42:29
Brenda Ryan 20k 46:25
Ger Carey 20k 49:19
 
Ronan Walshe 10k 17:30
 

 

Only 1 week left this year to post a time so if you want to get yourself down on the list then get out on the bike next Tuesday!!! As ever a big thanks to Johnny Meagher who has single handed sorted out the rest of us with times…hint hint!! 😉

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