Thanks to everyone for making the journey today and taking part. Conditions were very wet but that didn't stop the efforts of everyone. Alan O Shea ran a great time to come in first and Emma Murphy took the female title and set a new course record. Thanks to everyone who helped today, your time and support as always is appreciated.
The Dunmanway 10k 2016 will take place on Sunday the 19th of June, starting at 11am. Please browse through our website for details on the route, previous results, previous race day pictures etc. If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contact us.
We hope to build on the success of the previous six years. At last year's event the majority of participants were from the local area so our aim of promoting running in the local area seems to be working. Some of the leading Cork athletes turned up once again to provide some fast times at the business end of the field.
Both walkers and runners are welcome and both will start at the same time.
Course Distance: 10km/6.21m
Course Markers: Miles & half-way marker
Registration Time: 9 to 10:45am
Registration Location: GAA Pavilion
Race Start Time: 11 am
Race Start Location: West Green
Entry Fee: €12 for online
€15 on the day
Alan O'Shea (2013) - 32:08
Angela McCann (2013) - 38:01
-First 5 Male & Female finishers
-Male & Female Course Record
-First 2 Male & Female in the usual veteran categories
-First Male & Female Junior finishers
-First wheelchair athlete
-First local male & female novice finishers
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