Summer League Results

Post date: Jul 09, 2018 6:8:17 PM

Just a reminder that the final competitive event in the CorkO Summer League will take place at Ballyannon Wood in Midleton on Tuesday July 10th.

To find out were you currently lie in the results tables and who you can overtake in the final competitive event in the leagye check out the latest league tables here:

In the Long course Mens's League Conrad Daly has the league title secured ahead of our final event and Dan McDonnell has the runner-up honour taken. However there's still some potential for movement in the rest of the league table depending on who turns up and runs well in Ballyannon Wood. Both Darragh Hoare and Martin Jakobsson need one more event to complete the league and both could squeeze their way into the top five. Eric O'Connor, Andrew Turner and Cathal Lane are presently ranked third to fifth respectively and all could be under a bit of pressure from the chasers tomorrow night

In the Women's league Elaine Sheridan is the current league leader with 13 points but she could be knocked off the top spot at the final event. Elizabeth Jakobsson needs just one more event to finish the league and with a current points tally of 10 a top three finish or better for her in Ballyannon Wood would secure her the league title or a share of the league unless Elaine improves her standing on Tuesday night. Sinead O'Donoghue is lying in second place with eighteen points followed by Una Buckley, Liz Deane and Clare and Alan. All of whom could improve their league ranking with a good run in the notoriously tricky Ballyannon Wood tomorrow night.

On the Short course David Moylan tops the leader board with 31 points followed by Erin O'Brien with 47 points and the O'Shea Family with 85 points. A number of Short course competitors need to finish one more event to complete the league and these could impact the current league rankings. Among them are Liam Twomey with 17 points. the Meldrum Family and Jill and John Murphy. Still very much all to play for on the Short course which should make for an exciting finish to the 2018 league.

Every second will definitely count in Ballyannon Wood!