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Mayo AC had twenty-two runners in action at three events in recent weeks.
It was an exciting and successful weekend for three Mayo AC members competing in three different countries.
The final race of Mayo AC’s five Summer 5ks took place at Ballinrobe on Tuesday evening (June 18). It brought the curtain down on a successful and enjoyable 10th annual series.
Ballyhaunis was the local setting for two days of road racing on Bank Holiday Monday June 4, and on the day after June 5.
The inaugural Run West Ballyhaunis 10 mile run takes place on Bank Holiday Monday June 3 at 11am, the event is hosted by the Ballyhaunis Meet and Train team led by Martin Fitzmaurice.
It was an early start for Mayo AC members when their team of 16 competed in the 2019 National 10k Championships incorporated in the Great Ireland Run in the Phoenix Park on Sunday morning last.
Ballyhaunis was the venue for the second race in Mayo AC 2018 Vodafone C&C Cellular 5k Series which took place on the evening of Tuesday evening.
Mayo AC had four representatives on the Irish team competing in the 30th Annual British & Irish Masters International Cross Country in Derry. It's the third time in recent years that the event has taken place north of the border - in the grounds of Stormont in 2007, at Queen's University Playing Fields in 2012 and this year at Gransha Park outside Derry. And Mayo AC have had runners in all of them. The joint hosts were Northern Ireland Athletics and the local club City of Derry Spartans and they provided a well organised event.
The familiar setting of the main street in Hollymount village was the backdrop to the traditional November road races on Sunday afternoon. Sean Reilly and his team put on another well organised version of this popular annual event. It was the 52nd running this year - a fantastic and unique achievement - which once again took place around the familiar 3k lap.