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The 20th Balla 10k will take place on July 28 at 7pm. It is the third race in Mayo AC C&C Cellular 2012 Road League. This traditional race has an established place on the calendar and has always attracted runners from the top clubs in the west and further afield. The 10k course has a reputation for being tough but fair, and the same runners come back year after year. As well as the ups and downs, there are straight flat stretches and a fast downhill main street finish. The race open to all. Full details are on www.mayoac.com. This year clubs will compete for team prizes. The combined times of the first three men and women club finishers will count. There will be medals and high viz jackets for all finishers. Refreshments will be served in the Community Centre, while showers will be available in Balla GAA club. Entry costs €20 through www.runireland.com or on the day from the Community Centre from 5pm, the race will start at 7pm sharp. For more information contact Brendan on 087 2941227.
Last week’s second leg of the Mayo AC 5K summer series saw Timmy Glavey cross the line in first place in a time of 16.36. Brendan Gill followed him home in second place in a time of 17.02, with Cian Mooney nine seconds further back in third place. The ladies’ section was won by Sarah Syron in a time of 20.10 with Ann-Marie Egan in second place in a time of 20.37 and Laura Langan finishing in third place in a time of 20.45. More than 50 per cent of those who took part finished in under 25 minutes, which was up from 44 per cent in the first leg which took place in Castlebar. The final leg will take place next Tuesday evening in Ballinrobe where there will be a party afterwards to celebrate the success of all the runners who have taken part in the series.
Over 150 take part in Ballyhaunis 5k