Over 300 take part in popular event

Cahir Half Marathon - great turnout in hot conditions

Wins form Freddy and Kealey

Cahir Half Marathon - great turnout in hot conditions

Kealey Tideswell, Clonmel AC was first lady home, second was Cecile Ollagnier & third was Orla O'Rourke from Ballymore Cobh AC.

Over 300 competitors toed the line for this year's Cahir Half Marathon and Relay which took place last Saturday, 7th July.

Conditions were far from ideal, the weather was hot and humid but this did not deter such a determined bunch

 Cruising home to victory in a fantastic time of 1:15:11 was Freddy Keron Stituk from Raheny Shamrocks AC, second was Joe Kelleher from St. Finbarr's AC in a time of 1:18:32 and third home representing Mooreabbey Milers AC was Kieran Lees in a super time of 1:20:08. 

Cahir Half Marathon winner was Freddy Keron Stituk, Raheny Shamrocks AC, in second was Joe Kelleher from St. Finbarr's AC & third home representing Mooreabbey Milers AC was Kieran Lees.

Kealey Tideswell was the first lady home representing Clonmel AC in 1:31:50 followed by Cecile Ollagnier in 1:33:50 and in third place was Orla O'Rourke from Ballymore Cobh AC in 1:38:31. 

The relay proved to be really popular this year with 32 teams taking part. The first relay team home was Donie Dwane and John Paul McCarthy from Kilmallock AC, first mixed team home was Paul Crotty and Aisling Ahern as Brody no. 7 and the first female team home was Michelle Carey and Anne Marie Boland aptly named ‘The beer made us do it’!

Fantastic running by all the individual runners and teams!

The race organisers would like to sincerely thank all our sponsors, our charity partners, South Tipperary Hospice Movement and also Aspect Autism Day Support. Furthermore our thanks to the fantastic people in Cahir and surrounding areas and all those involved who helped make the day such a success.

Mooreabbey Milers AC Race organising Team with sponsors, Charity partners South Tipperary Hospice Movement & Aspect Autism Day Support & Cahir Meet & Train representatives after the event.