Naas 10 Mile 2020 (1st Mar)
After Storm Jorge crossed the Country bringing high winds and sleet on Saturday night, conditions were a lot better on Sunday afternoon 1st March for the inaugural Naas 10 Mile. While there was no rain or sleet, the stiff breeze made it feel very cold, but there was an excellent entry of 630, which is terrific for an inaugural event. Leading the Mullingar group home in 22nd place was Kieran Nolan (63:43), followed only two places behind by James Cribbin (63:52). Then Alan Crowley (65:09) making a welcome return to racing, Joan Hickson (76:14), Siobhan Farry (80:07), Miriam Walsh (80:46) and Michael O’Sullivan (86:52) followed them in, glad to finish the long race in tough conditions and get indoors to warm up and have something to eat and something hot to drink to help them recover.