Apr 06

Club 1-2 in Lees Road

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The first Clare Athletics Summer Road Race Series took place in Lees Road, Ennis last Thursday evening. This produced a magnificent 1-2 for the club with James Liddane taking the win followed closely home by Keith Lynch. There was also top twenty finishes for John Hannon and Anthony Boyle so great running all round by all those who donned the club colours.

The next race is another 5K which will take place in Lissycasey on Thursday 24th of April @ 7 PM

Apr 01

Couch to 5K Programme starts!

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Feb 11

Clare Juvenile Indoor Championships

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Great day for BMOH juvenile club at the recent Clare Indoor Championships.

The recent indoor championships in Nenagh have shown the great progress being made by the BMOH club with 7 individual winners on the day with a tally of 9 medals. Also what is great to see is the variety of events in which the club is achieving success considering our limited training facilities, events like Shot Putt, Long Jump, High Jump, Hurdles and the long distance Walking.

With a total of 17 athletes participating on the day there was great achievements at all ages with everyone competing well.  For some it was a first taste at indoor athletics and the difference that brings especially on the outside track which is very tight and unbalancing and also some new events attempted like the high jump and long distance walking.

Congratulations to all those who participated and especially to all the medal winners.

List of Medal winners as follows  

 

U9 Boys

Niall Liddane               1st Long Jump

Matthew O’Halloran    3rd 60m

 

U10 Girls

Louise O’Mahony        2nd Long Jump                        3rd 60m

 

U11 Boys

Ian Collins                   3rd Long Jump

 

U12 Boys

Josh Nelson Ryan      2nd 60m

 

U13 Boys

Darragh Toomey        3rd 60m Hurdles

Lee Deegan                1st 1500m Walk           2nd Shot Putt

 

Other great achievements on the day included:

3 boys in the U9 60m final.

2 boys in the U9 200m final.

3 Boys in the U11 60m Final.

Athletes in the finals of

U10 60m Girls

U11 300m Boys

U12 60m Boys

U13 60m Boys

U13 60m Boys Hurdles

Also great achievements in the long jump at all ages, along with the medal winners there were 4th/5th/6th and 7th place finishes in groups that there were a lot of competitors.

 

A special thanks to all the athletes that competed for the club

Katie Fitzgerald, Niall Moloney, Matthew O’Halloran, Niall Liddane, Louise O’Mahony, Kacey Deegan, Dylan Leamy, Tom Forde, Oisin Breen, Ian Collins, Josh Nelson Ryan, Mark O’Mahony, Laoise Egan, Darragh Toomey, Lee Deegan, Valarie O’Mahony and Alex Collins.

 

Also a special thanks to all parents that made the journey to Nenagh to not only support their own kids, but all athletes competing for the club on the day.  From the clubs point of view it is great to see such support.

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Jan 21

2014 REGISTRATION FORM

Please Click below to download as required:

BMOH Juv Reg form

 

Club Membership Form – Adults 2014

Jan 07

BMOH REGISTRATION NIGHT

 

BMOH annual club registration night will take place on the 15th of January in the mill bar between 7 and 8pm.

 

This will give existing members the opportunity to renew their membership and for non members to become part of the club.

 

Please do not miss this opportunity as no money will be accepted on training nights by any coaches.

 

Alternatively you can pay at our annual AGM which will be set in the coming weeks or you can choose to pay online. Paying online will incur a fee of 2.50. Link to online payment will be posted soon.

 

Best of luck to all our members for 2014

Dec 23

TOP FIELD AT DUHALLOW 5K

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The annual Duhallow A.C 5k took place on Saturday which attracted a top class field and among the mix were the BMOH athletes searching for fast times and possibly themselves ;0)

 

Unable to field a strong enough squad to content the top team prizes it was down to the individual performances to take centre stage. First home was Karl Fitzmaurice (15.55) running a super progressive race always building from gun to tape to take top prize in the junior rankings and shaving a cool 20+ seconds off his original 5k time, which he set on the track during the summer months. Hot on his heels was James Liddane (16.06) finishing  a very respectable 16th position and shaving a clean 20secs off his P.B which he set on this course last year.

 

But I suppose all these P.Bs didn’t take form the debut race of the year. Tom Enright posted his first ever 5k and setting a P.B, crossing the line in a super time of 21.26. This impressive time might mean a possible track season for Mr Enright. Keith Lynch was also in action and all these athletes will be out again on stephens day battelling it out for the top prizes.

Dec 18

JAMES LIDDANE STRIKES GOLD

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James Liddane has spent his entire running career running cross country, pushing himself to the limit in gruelling conditions week in week out each winter, as do all athletes that brave the cross season. But for some reason it just never came together in the mud for James. Until last Sunday where he sprinted to gold at the Munster Masters in Beaufort County Kerry.

 

James ran a superb race staying in contention with the front bunch right throughout the race, covering all the breaks right down to the last 100m where he put all his hard effort of training to the test and inched his way to a gold medal and the best cross country race to date.

 

Not far behind him was Jude Mcintee who was in the lead bunch until the closing stages of the race and finishing in 4th leaving BMOH well up in the placing.

 

A few BMOH road runners were out in force in the Birdhill 10k and half marathon on Sunday. Keith Lynch and Richie o Donnell finished well up in the rankings with a 4th and 8th finish respectively. Billy Cronin also had an amazing race clocking a time of 42.57 over a hilly course.

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Oct 09

BMOH take 1,2 and 3

The novice and master cross country took place last weekend in wet conditions at kilnaboy Co. Clare. This being the first senior cross country race of the season teams and individuals were out to leave a mark and set a standard for the coming season. With BMOH fielding two full teams on the day they took top honours and made a impressive mark on what looks to be an exciting season.

 

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With 6 to score our novice team consisted of Karl, Jude, Richie, Barry Ford and new and upcoming member to the club Greg Degan. With massive performances from Karl who brought the team home right back to Greg who made a bronze medal possible we bagged our first team medal of the season.

 

Our master’s team with 4 to score managed to secure a silver medal with Jude, James, Richie and Barry putting in impressive performances to finish out the day with both teams securing places on the podium.

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The performance of the day came from young gun Karl who stormed the field over the final kilometre to produce a big win on his debut with the club. Jude followed suit finishing second and Keith lynch who was a guest placed 3rd.  Will surely see much more of Karl and the BMOH team as the season rolls on.

 

Next up is the county intermediate which takes place in Sixmilebridge on the 13th of October (this weekend). Hosted by BMOH so come out and shout on the lads to another medal haul.

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Sep 19

JUDE MCENTEE STRICKES GOLD

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BMOH runner Jude produced a fantastic performance last weekend in Richmond park at the London sprint duathlon to take the gold ahead of some top athletes. Representing club and country he complied a summer of almost endless session into a gold medal. Well done Jude from everyone at the club.

 

Jude takes a WELL deserved break before getting back for the cross country season.

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