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NUI/AIB 2013

InactiveNUI/AIB 2013

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Directions from Dublin

From the M4, leave motorway on the exit signposted Straffan, Naas, Maynooth, then at the roundabout take the 3rd exit: Road – R406 (signposted Maynooth).

Continue straight to Maynooth village. At the traffic lights in the Square, turn left and continue down Main Street.

**Free Parking** North campus: Turn right at the traffic lights at the Roost. Follow the main road, as it turns left out of the town. The North campus is clearly signposted a few hundred metres along this road on your right.

**Metered Parking** South campus: Go straight ahead at the traffic lights at the Roost. The University gates are straight ahead. The college has advised us that paid parking is required here and that clamping may be in operation.

We recommend that people park in the North Campus and take the short walk to the registration in the Pugin Hall in the South Campus. Changing, showers etc are in the Casey Buildings, also on the South Campus.

All will be clearly signposted on the day.

4 Responses

  1. Paul O'Connell says:

    Results are online now. We had a issue with the timing mats so we missed some results, if you ran and are missing from the results please email info@bhaa.ie and we’ll correct the issue.

    Team Results



  2. Jim Higgins says:

    One pair of spikes left behind after this mornings race in Maynooth. If they are yours can you let me know. james.p.higgins at gmail.com

  3. Susan Walsh says:

    Maurice et all thanks for organising a really great race, I love flat courses!! And you were on the button for it being 2 miles, well done!! To the guys working on the results very well done getting the results done and up on site so quickly considering the failure of one of the mats. S

  4. AJ Cotter says:

    Maynooth Pursuit

    After a few days of heavier rain than when Moses took to the Ark, we were fortunate to have a dry day for the Maynooth cross country races. Underfoot conditions were good with minimal spikes and trail shoes, ideal. Registration was in the palatial Pugin Hall where for the early birds, the smell of the breakfasts lingered a little too long and played havoc with our heads. Could you run after a feed of sausages, rashers and Clonakilty black pudding? Probably, though slowly and guilt filled.
    The course is a flat one with some patches a little bit heavy today, two and a bit laps for the women and four and a bit for the men. Aoife Talty won the two mile women’s race followed home by Niamh Boland and Jean Wilson(TCD) in a field of 38. Of the 162 who ran the men’s four mile race, Stephen Moore(UBS) was the fastest with Declan Fahey and Karl Fitzmaurice(Revenue) second and third.
    Notable performances on the day came from Paddy Parrott(Motors), Chris Keeling(Plumbers), Orla Gormley(Aer Lingus), Charles Cronin(ESB), Bruce Phillips(Dublin City Council), Patrick Gissane(Eircom), Sheelagh Jones (Teachers) and Richard Dunne(DIT).
    There was unfortunately, an issue with one of the timing mats in the men’s race but this was addressed at the afters. Well done to Eddie Hughes, Maurice Timmins, AIB, NUI and the BHAA for holding such a good cross country race in such stunning surroundings.
    Next stop is Malahide Rugby Club and the only floodlit cross country race in the country on Wednesday 20th organised by the North County Farmers, see you there. This will be the closing fixture of the winter league.

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