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July News Round up—Normally the mid season holiday month, but there were plenty of outings for club runners. Gillian mc Crory second in the Ladies Runhur event Half Marathon, and Eileen second in the Monaghan 10 miler, f a great month for Gillian. There was also the mammoth Sea to Sky event that attracted over 800 runners and the club was well represented with a team of over 10 from the club!

July 9th Ardboe -Great morning at Great Rossa Run in Ardboe, the rossa half marathon as usual lived up to its reputation
Well done to Gillian McCrory first female in the half marathon! Great running to all and. Great craic Brilliant race everyone really well organised, good food, well marshalled and nice touch with the ice baths, Club members said they definitely be back next year!

July 14 Some Extreme running at the Sea and Sky, Stephen, Trevor, Patricia, Grainne and Dwyer. The race started on the beach in Newcastle and was be a multi-terrain race with most of the 10k course off-road. Runners  climb by forest trail to an elevated position where their efforts will be rewarded by stunning views of Newcastle and beyond.

July 30th Great morning run at Divis 10k (Warm/and a torrential downpour at the end) Wee toughie but beautiful scenery. Great craic with St. Peter’s crew. Jenna Joe, Paul, Michael, and 3rd in his age cat, Dwyer O Connor .– Steep tough one and plenty of hills glad to see the finish line.

Kathleen in top form! Another podium place at the Great Rossa Run for Kathleen Diver first lady home and 4th overall! Also some great times for club runners ! Well done all!

Fantastic August for Club runners with the Ladies making the podium at both the Mallusk Harriers 5 miler, and the Monaghan 10 miler, Gillian and Eileen with super runs. Also some great times from the rest of the club members.

A special mention to all who supported the Jonny Peden Memorial Run, a great event in memory of a great guy.This new event raised over 1100 for the memorial fund with club runners getting out in force to support well done club runners!

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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