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Tony Donoghue Memorial Moone 10k

2017 Race Report

Freddy Keroh Sittuk from Raheny Shamrocks was first man home in a time of 32.03, only 10 seconds shy of a new course record. But more importantly only 4 seconds shy of the coveted Moone 10k kettle! Malcolm McDonnell from Mullingar Harriers was second in a time of...

You can still enter at registration

We'll be taking entries at registration in Moone School tonight from 6:00 pm - 9:00pm and tomorrow from 9:00am - 10:30pm. Entry at registration is €25. Remember all money raised will go to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland and Moone National School.

Group Discount

We're offering a discount for groups of 10 or more. €15 each until September 7th (regular entry €20). This offer is for postal entries only, it's NOT available online. All entries / payment must be received together.  

2017 Info

The 2017 Tony Donoghue Moone 10k will take place on Saturday September 9th at 11.00am. AAI Permit granted. Early bird entry is €15. High Quality technical t-shirts for the first 200 entries. Prizes for First man / woman: €200 • Second man / woman: €150 • Third man /...

2016 Results

First lady home in last year’s race was Fiona Kehoe from Kilmore AC, in a time of 38:03. Laura McDonnell from Tallaght AC was second in 38:41. Hannah Fothergill from Naas Tri Club was third in 39:03. First man home last year was Paul Stephenson from Rathfarnham WSAF...

Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

We will be supporting Cystic Fibrosis Ireland again this year. We raised €1100 for of this worthy cause in 2017, the same amount as in 2016.

Cystic Fibrosis is a genetically inherited disease that primarily affects the lungs and the digestive system. Ireland has the highest incidence of Cystic Fibrosis in the world – approximately 1 in 19 Irish people are said to ‘carry’ one copy of the altered gene that causes Cystic Fibrosis.

CF Ireland (CFI) is a voluntary organisation that was set up by parents in 1963 to improve the treatment and facilities for people with Cystic Fibrosis in Ireland. CF Ireland also co-operates with medical professionals to give maximum assistance to both parents and children/adults with Cystic Fibrosis.

St. Colmcille’s National School

We will be supporting out local primary school again this year. in 2017 we raised €1000 for them, having raised €1100 the year before.

Scoil Naisuínta Cholmcille Naofa Maoin (St. Colmcille’s N.S., Moone) is a rural six-teacher, co-educational school. It is located in the village of Moone which is situated off the N9 Motorway between Castledermot and Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. The school was built in its present location in 1952. The original school, which is still in use today as the parish hall, was built in 1911.

There are 133 children on roll at present and they also participate in and enjoy many sporting activities such as Gaelic Football, basketball, soccer, tag rugby and swimming.