Killough 10K – Morton Games

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Killough

On Monday 10th July five of our runners participated in the Killough 10k road race. Eamonn O’Reilly was first man home in 6th place overall and won the O45 age group in a time of 38:30. Alan Massey was next in 41:08 which was 24th place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew Muir 42:29 – 35th

John Ferguson 43:42 – 46th

Cara Jeffrey 54:30 – 146th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Killough 10k Results

 

Morton Games

 

There was a wealth of talent on show at the Morton Games on Wednesday where there was a sprinkling of IMC races thrown in.

Rachel Gibson ran in the B 800M race, such was the quality of athletes on show in the A race.   Rachel took the pace on early and led through 400m only to be hunted down on the final stages by the eventual winner, Sophie O’Sullivan. With a commendable time of 2:12:41, Rachel is hoping to go at least one second quicker at La Cheile on Saturday.

 

Craig McMeechan had a season’s best track race when he finished 3rd in the Morton Junior mile. Pacing the first 3 laps well Craig still found himself with a few places to make up on the 4th. This led to a 59 second last lap where he managed to move up to 2nd place, before losing out on a sprint to the line and finishing with a pb time of 4:22:90.

 

Full results Morton Games/IMC