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Autumn round up
St. Peter’s AC taking the NI Cross country league by storm! 2 wins in 2 weeks for the ladies and 3 out of 4 in the NI league of Cross Country running! The Ladies team riding high in their first season of a tough league and the men a brilliant 6th to date. A super 3rd place overall for the in form Kate Mulholland and 4 StPeters runners in the first 10 over the line! Young guns Cadence Hamilton and Caelan Mc Cracken both with podium places, and Patricia O Hagan first in her category! Outstanding guys! We are all looking forward to the rest of the season and all of Irish cross country taking notice! #blacknwhitesstickingout!
Super day for St. Peter’s AC in the NI Athletes League with the Ladies Lifting the McKeag Cup trophy in Comber for the very first time and putting themselves in with a great chance of winning the Cross country league! Roll on The Malcolm Cup next week! Gillian had a super silver medal podium place and Cadence again gold medalist in her U14 section. The mens team finished a very respectable 4th in a strong competition, but what a day guys awesome! And another strong performance from our juniors!
A truly awesome few days for the runners of St Peters AC Lurgan in the best supported 26.2 in Europe the Dublin City marathon, with over 20 runners in the 16,000 race we had 9 Pbs, a 2nd section place for Gillian, and Brian came home in 92 place! The comittment, discipline, and sacrifice it takes to train for a marathon deserves respect and these guys representing the club deserve all the accolades, take a bow guys take a bow!
Roll of honour! Gillian McCrory 2:52:11 2nd F40, John Nix 3:09:08, Linda Farquhar 3:32:58 PbSean Farquhar 3:16:58 Pb, Brian Creaney 2:41:51 Pb, Bernie Austin 4:17:48Mark Willis 2:59:13, Fionnuala Toman 4:37:09David Morgan 3:43:55 Pb, Geoff Eakins 3:06:06, Dom McGeough 4:44:24Marty McCracken 3:33:59 Pb, Connor Mulholland 3:26:57, Mervyn Molyneaux 3:36:17, Oisin McQuillan 3:52:56Michael Wheavil 4:02:49 Pb, Kieran Robinson 4:10:54, Marty McConaghy 3:56:46Daniel Harte 3:15:07 Pb
A truly international week for our club runners and ironmen who put the club on the map in events in Barcelona, Lisbon, Chicago and the local Armagh 10 miler! Superb Pbs for Paddy, Paul, Jourdane and Jenna and the Lisbon lions Marty, Dessie and Peter over for the Heat in the Portugal Capital! A belated congratulations to Ironman Steven Craig after his awesome 11.34 Ironman in Barcelona, Inc a 406 marathon! The club is proud of everyones achievements and putting the club on the global map! Well done folks! #blacknwhitesstickingout
Another superb weekend for St. Peter’s AC with runners competing in London marathon Donegal, Belfast Mary Peters and the prestigious Victoria Park relays. Gillian and Eileen put in amazing runs with the girls coming in 2.52 (52nd woman) and 3.03 respectively. Stephen 2.44 and John 3.09! The senior ladies came in 4th overall in the Victoria Park relays against the best in the country! And what a run from Club junior Cadence representing N. Ireland in the London Mini marathon who had an amazing 9.46 time in the 2.6 k event! And a top 10 finish! The club is very proud of everyones efforts in the Lurgan club colours!
A super weekend for St. Peter’s AC for our team and individual runners in the Mc Meal cross country event Armagh the Cooley Coast 10k and the Annaghmore running event. Our ladies team were home with the Mc Meal trophy and the men a very respectable 6th overall! A first outing for the club juniors in this great junior event! Congrats to Fiona first lady home in the Cooley Coast 10k and Patrick 3rd in the men’s race. Linda had a first in her category at the Annaghmore 18miler and Mark also first in his! Superb guys well done!
We would like to wish our runners heading for the Iconic World major London marathon this weekend all the best! The club is very proud of everyones running!
St Peter’s AC is based in the Lurgan County Armagh, N Ireland and is an officially
affiliated club with Athletics Northern Ireland. The Club prides itself on a long tradition of athletic training in all aspects of the sport. The club welcomes athletes of all abilities from complete beginner to proficient competitors, male and female in junior and senior sections. With a current membership of over 80, the club competes strongly in local, national and international events. The Club today continues to develop in line with the standards of the Irish Athletic Association/NI Athletics.
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