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Spring Leagues and open competitions bring out the crowds

By Colm Gannon

City rivals meet in Memorial match

City rivals St Mary's College and St Joseph's College compete for the Walter Burke Memorial Cup in St Mary's tomorrow (10.30am).

Mayo AC athletes put in strong performances in Clarinbridge

It was another winning weekend for Mayo AC over the Galway border. The Clarinbridge Charity 10k had more than 300 finishers led home by Steve McKeigue from Ferbane AC in 33:17 on a demanding course which included some 3km of forest trail. Mayo AC's Paddy O'Toole was third in 34:59, and TJ McHugh fifth overall in 36:05. Catherine Conway was fourth overall and first woman in a brilliant personal best time of 36:03. This was just one second better than her 36:04 second place at the Athenry 10k in Jan 2010.

Schools meet tomorrow in Walter Burke Memorial

Traditional city rivals St Mary's and St Joseph's colleges compete for the Walter Burke Memorial Cup tomorrow in St Mary's at 1.30pm.

Rugby rivals celebrate St Patrick’s Day with Glynn Cup festival

The city’s oldest rugby rivalry is renewed once more on St Patrick’s Day when 36 teams from Galwegians and Corinthians do battle for the annual Glynn Cup.

Athletics

Sean Kelly (RIP)

Mayo athletics awards handed out

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Four Mayo AC members were among the winners at the 2010 C and C Cellular/ Mayo AAI County Board Awards function held in the Park Hotel Kiltimagh on Sunday last.

Team title for Ballina AC men’s team in Hollymount International Road Races

The Hollymount international road races took place last Sunday under the stewardship of Seán Reilly. There is always a high quality field in this race run over a course which encompasses three demanding laps to make the 10K distance in the men's race. The women's race is over 3K and was dominated by Mary Gleeson and her Mayo AC team mates. Ballina AC athletes Michelle Reynolds and her sister Ann Egan put in solid performances. They are used to much longer events but added the snappy 3K event to their repertoire.

Rugby Cats earn silverware in entertaining Army battle

Kilkenny rugby had a somewhat dismal season with the first team losing Division 1 status and exiting the Towns Cup at the early stages. With no silverware to show for the season it looked a little bleak.

 

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